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Dr. Hansen has been practicing in Council Bluffs and performing surgery at Jennie Edmundson Hospital since 2002. He specializes in treatment of hip and knee pain with a focus on total joint surgery and fracture care.

Hometown: Council Bluffs, IA

Much of Dr. Hansen’s free time is spent with his wife and two sons. He also enjoys outdoor recreational activities.

Conditions

Knee Arthritis, Hip Fractures, Hip Arthritis, Hip Bursitis, Hip Dislocation, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Trigger Finger, and less common conditions

Treatments

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Ages treated: All ages

Accepts workers comp: Yes

Joint implants used: Stryker

24 Years in Practice

Credentials

Certifications

  • Board Certified in Orthopedics by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery

Education

  • St. Luke’s Medical Center | Adult Reconstruction Hip and Knee Fellowship, 2002
  • University of Kansas School of Medicine| Orthopedic Residency, 2001
  • University of Kansas School of Medicine | MD, 1996
  • Baker University | BS, 1991 (Biology)

Patient Reviews

4.8 out of 5 (1,622 Ratings, 291 Comments)

5 stars
Aug 4, 2020
Dr. Hansen was extremely good and informative and kind to my elderly mother. I really appreciate it. Thank you.
5 stars
Aug 4, 2020
I was very impressed with Dr. Hansen. With his knowledge and information giving. He answered all my questions quite thoroughly and was very patient with me. Thank you.
5 stars
Aug 4, 2020
I made the appointment to get Synvisc shots in one or both knees (my last Synvisc shot was about 4 years ago from Iowa Ortho.) I called my insurance provider, Medicare Advantage/United Healthcare) in advance of the appointment was was told Medicare would cover 80% of the cost and I would pay 20% of the cost of the injections and the office visit co-pay of $40. However, there seemed to be confusion by the PA and MD about whether I could get the shot or not during yesterday's appointment. I was told by Dr. Hanson that Ortho Nebraska needed to get permission to give me the shots from my insurance provider. Now I will need to go back (and pay another $40 to get the shots.)
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