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Dr. Argo on Fox 19 WXIX Sport Injuries

David B. Argo, M.D.

Sports Physical Form: IHSAA Physical Form David Argo, M.D. is a fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine. He received his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from Vanderbilt University, Nashville Tennessee, where he was captain of the varsity soccer team. He earned his medical degree and completed an orthopaedic residency at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Argo completed a prestigious orthopaedic sports medicine and arthroscopy fellowship with the Mississippi Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Center, dedicated to state of the art advancements in the treatment of the shoulder, elbow, and knee. Dr. Argo is also an Associate Master Instructor for the Arthoscopy Association of North America. He has worked extensively with athletes at the high school, college and professional level, including the Mount Saint Joseph, Oak Hills High School, East Central High School, Lawrenceburg High School and the Cincinnati Reds. He has also sponsored the Batesville Mini Marathon Newsletter. Dr. David Argo currently sees patients at the Beacon West location on Harrison Avenue, and at the satellite office in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. His physician assistant, Joe Ehrhard, sees patients at the Beacon West office as well as the Lawrenceburg and Batesville offices. Dr. Argo does surgery at the Beacon West Surgical Center, Summit Woods Surgical Center; he also has surgical privileges at Good Samaritan Hospital and Christ Hospital in Clifton, OH and Dearborn County Hospital in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. His interests in orthopaedics include minimally invasive arthroscopic treatment of the shoulder (rotator cuff, throwers shoulder, fractures), as well as minimally invasive treatments of the elbow and knee. He also has extensive training in joint reconstruction and fracture care. He enjoys spending time with his family and anything outdoors, especially hunting, fishing, running and most sports.  

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