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Joint Preservation Institute of IowaThe Joint Preservation Institute of Iowa is the first orthopaedic practice in Iowa specializing in the preservation of injured and arthritic joints. Dr. Goding uses the most advanced treatments and is actively involved in clinical biomechanical and basic science research furthering the understanding of the growing field of joint preservation.

Specializing in minimally invasive restorative options for knees and shoulders, the Joint Preservation Institute of Iowa is committed to providing comprehensive, high-quality care by improving or maintaining joint function. Joint preservation techniques are often less invasive than traditional treatments with shortened recovery times for patients, giving patients the opportunity to enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle sooner.

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Meet Dr. Goding

Dr. Goding is on the forefront of joint preserving techniques, such as subchondroplasty, superior capsular reconstruction and shoulder resurfacing. Dr. Goding teaches his techniques with these procedures to other surgeons.

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June 29, 2017

Dr. Goding Teaches Arthrosurface Shoulder Resurfacing To Surgeons At Chicago Bioskills Course

Dr. Goding recently returned from The Orthopaedic Learning Center in Rosemont, Illinois, where he lectured and taught a bioskills lab in shoulder resurfacing to other surgeons. The shoulder resurfacing is a type of bone sparing total shoulder replacement that has been shown to be 10 times more stable than traditional shoulder replacement. The Arthrosurface Ovo

May 22, 2017

Dr. Goding performs nations first dermaspan superior capsular reconstruction

Dr. Goding performed the nation’s first Superior Capsular Reconstruction using the Dermaspan graft from Zimmer/Biomet.  Dr. Goding worked with the Orthobiologics division at Zimmer/Biomet for over 1 year to develop the Dermaspan graft in a form that is usable for the Superior Capsular Reconstruction. Dr. Goding has authored the Surgical Technique for his modification of