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Jacob Haynes, M.D.

Jacob Haynes, M.D.Fellowship-Trained Adult Hip and Knee Reconstruction Surgeon

Dr. Haynes is a fellowship-trained adult hip and knee reconstruction surgeon who specializes in joint replacement and has extensive surgical expertise in hip and knee replacements, including anterior hip replacement, partial and total knee replacement, and outpatient joint replacement surgery as well as complex and revision hip and knee surgery. He also offers nonoperative treatments for a variety of orthopedic conditions.

Dr. Haynes was born in Minneapolis and raised in Ames, Iowa. He came to the University of Oklahoma as a National Merit Scholar and graduated with his bachelor of science degree in microbiology and a minor in history. Dr. Haynes earned his doctor of medicine degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, where he graduated at the top of his class. After completing his medical degree, he moved to St. Louis, Missouri to undergo an orthopedic surgery residency at Washington University. After finishing his residency training, Dr. Haynes went to Alexandria, Virginia, where he received advanced training in hip and knee replacement through an adult hip and knee reconstruction fellowship at the Anderson Orthopaedic Clinic.

During this time, he developed specific surgical interests, including direct anterior approach hip replacement, complex revision of failed knee and hip replacement, and partial and total knee replacement using navigation techniques. Because he pursued these interests, he is now one of the few doctors in the Oklahoma City Metro Area who can deliver the muscle-sparing direct anterior approach to total hip replacement. This exciting procedure offers the potential for shortened recovery times and reduced complications.

Allowing patients to resume a pain-free active lifestyle and return to the activities that they enjoy is Dr. Haynes’s favorite aspect of his practice. Above all medical approaches, he makes it his priority to take a personal approach and take care of each patient to the best of his ability. He works hard to cultivate a strong patient-doctor relationship, so that patients may become motivated in their pursuit of a healthy body.

Post-Graduate Training
  • July 2017 – July 2018: Fellow, Adult Hip and Knee Reconstruction, Anderson Orthopaedic Research Institute
  • July 2012 – June 2017: Resident, Orthopaedic Surgery Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine St. Louis, Missouri
Education
  • August 2008 – May 2012: Doctor of Medicine (special distinction)University of Oklahoma College of Medicine Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • August 2004 – May 2008: Bachelor of Science in Microbiology (with honors), Minor in History University of Oklahoma Norman, Oklahoma
Awards
  • University of Oklahoma College of Medicine Lewis J. Moorman Award – awarded to the graduating student who ranks first academically in the class (2012)
  • University of Oklahoma College of Medicine Vernino-Vannatta Award – finalist (2012)
  • Gold Humanism Honor Society – inductee (2012)
  • Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society – inductee (2011)
  • University of Oklahoma College of Medicine Coyne Campbell Award(2011)
  • University of Oklahoma College of Medicine Mark R. Everett Award (2010)
  • University of Oklahoma College of Medicine James & Marguerite Dugger Pharmacology Enrichment Award (2010)
  • University of Oklahoma College of Medicine Ernest Lachman Award (2009)
  • University of Oklahoma College of Medicine Mark A. Everett Award (2009)
  • National Merit Scholar (2004-2009)
  • University of Oklahoma Robert C. Byrd Scholar (2004-2008)
Presentations
  • 35th Annual Engh Society Reunion June 2018; Alexandria, Virginia The Influence of Approach on Dislocation Rate in Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty (podium presentation)
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting March 2016; Orlando, Florida Contemporary Surgical Indications and Referral Trends in Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty: A Ten Year Review (podium presentation)
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting March 2016; Orlando, Florida Does Previous Hip Arthroscopy Impact the Clinical Outcomes of Total Hip Arthroplasty? (podium presentation)
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting March 2016; Orlando, Florida Proximal Femoral Replacement for Massive Bone Loss in Revision Hip Arthroplasty: Indications and Survivorship (podium presentation)
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting March 2016; Orlando, Florida Are There Gender Differences in Wear with Ceramic on Highly Cross-linked Polyethylene Hip Arthroplasty?(podium presentation)
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting March 2016; Orlando, Florida Hip Arthroscopy Failure in the Setting of Acetabular Dysplasia: A Concerning Trend?(poster presentation)
  • Mid-America Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting April 2016; Bonita Springs, Florida Contemporary Surgical Indications and Referral Trends in Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty: A Ten Year Review (podium presentation)
  • Mid-America Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting April 2016; Bonita Springs, Florida The Arterial Anatomy of the Deltoid Ligament: A Cadaveric Study (podium presentation)
  • Mid-America Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting April 2016; Bonita Springs, Florida Does Previous Hip Arthroscopy Impact the Clinical Outcomes of Total Hip Arthroplasty? (podium presentation)
  • Mid-America Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting April 2016; Bonita Springs, Florida Reduction Clamp Force is Associated with Syndesmotic Overcompression: A Pilot Study (podium presentation)
  • American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons Annual Meeting November 2015; Dallas, Texas Hip Arthroscopy Failure in the Setting of Acetabular Dysplasia: A Concerning Trend? (podium presentation)
  • Orthopaedic Trauma Association Annual Meeting October 2015; San Diego, California Reduction Clamp Force is Associated with Syndesmotic Overcompression: A Pilot Study (podium presentation)
  • North American Spine Society Annual Meeting October 2015; Chicago, IL Can Long Posterior Cervical Fusions be Safely Stopped at C7 Instead of the Upper Thoracic Spine? (podium presentation)
  • Southern Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting June 2015; Asheville, North Carolina Component Position Does Not Adversely Affect TKA Outcomes in Obese Patients (poster presentation)
  • Mid-America Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting April 2015; Hilton Head Island, South Carolina Female Gender, Elevated BMI, and Less Severe Radiographic Disease Predict Lower Functional Outcome Scores Following TKA in Younger Patients (podium presentation)
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting March 2015; Las Vegas, Nevada Can Long Posterior Cervical Fusions be Safely Stopped at C7 Instead of the Upper Thoracic Spine? (podium presentation)
  • American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons Annual Meeting November 2014; Dallas, Texas Does Previous Hip Arthroscopy Impact the Clinical Outcomes of Total Hip Arthroplasty? (poster presentation)
  • Orthopaedic Trauma Association Annual Meeting October 2014; Tampa, Florida In Vivo Syndesmotic Over-Compression After Fixation of Ankle Fractures with a Syndesmotic Injury (poster presentation)
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting March 2014; New Orleans, Louisiana In Vivo Syndesmotic Over-Compression After Fixation of Ankle Fractures with a Syndesmotic Injury (podium presentation)
  • Visiting Professorship Graduation Conference with Dr. Stuart L. Weinstein, M.D June 2011; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Recurrence Rates of Shoulder Dislocation in a Skeletally Immature Population After Initial Treatment (podium presentation)
Publications
  1. Lewis TR, Taylor A, Haynes J. Ruptured Pseudoaneurysm After Percutaneous Achilles Tenotomy During Ponseti Treatment for Congenital Clubfoot Deformity: A Case Report.Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery Case Connector Feb 13, 2013.
  2. Cherney S, Haynes J, McAndrew C, Ricci W, Gardner M. In Vivo Syndesmotic Over-Compression After Fixation of Ankle Fractures with a Syndesmotic Injury.Journal of Orthopedic TraumaSep 2015, Issue 9, Volume 29.
  3. Haynes J, Stambough J, Sassoon A, Johnson S, Clohisy J, Nunley R. Contemporary Surgical Indications and Referral Trends in Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty: A Ten Year Review.Journal of Arthroplasty Mar 2016, Vol 31 Issue 3, pages 622-625.
  4. Haynes J, Stambough J, Barrack R, Nam D. Revision of a Failed Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty: Pearls and Pitfalls.Current Reviews in Musculoskeletal Medicine March 2016, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp 103–111.
  5. Stambough JB, Pashos GP, Haynes J, Martell JM, Clohisy JC. GenderDifferences in Wear Rates for 28- vs 32-mm Ceramic Femoral Heads on Modern Highly Cross-linked Polyethylene at Midterm Follow-Up in Young Patients Undergoing Total Hip Arthroplasty.Journal of Arthroplasty Volume 31, Issue 4, April 2016, Pages 899–905.
  6. Haynes J, Cherney S, Spraggs-Hughes A, McAndrew C, Ricci W, Gardner M. Increased ReductionClampForceAssociated With SyndesmoticOvercompression. Foot and Ankle International July 2016 Volume 37 Issue 7 pages 722-729.
  7. Bumpass D, Zebala L, Haynes J, Roubakha M, Buchowski J, Riew KD. Can Long Posterior Cervical Fusions Be Safely Stopped at C7 Instead of the Upper Thoracic Spine?The Spine Journal Oct 2015 Volume 15, Issue 10 pages 136-137.
  8. Haynes J, Xiong A, An T, Nunley R, Clohisy J. Does Previous Hip Arthroscopy Impact the Clinical Outcomes of Total Hip Arthroplasty?OJSM (submitted)
  9. Haynes J, An T, Nepple J, ANCHOR Cohort, Clohisy J. Trends of Hip Arthroscopy in the Setting of Acetabular Dysplasia. Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery (accepted).
  10. Nam D, Vajapeyajula S, Haynes J, Barrack R, Nunley R. Does Use of a Variable Distal Femur Resection Angle Improve Radiographic Alignment in Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty?Journal of Arthroplasty Sep 2016 Volume 31, Issue 9 Pages 91-96.
  11. Haynes J, Nam D, Barrack R. Obesity in Total Hip Arthroplasty: Does it Make a Difference?The Bone and Joint Journal Jan 2017 99-B (1 Supplement A): 31-6.
  12. Haynes J, Barrack R, Nam D. Mobile Pump DVT Prophylaxis: Just Say No To Drugs.The Bone and Joint Journal Jan 2017 99-B (1 Supplement A): 8-16.
  13. Stambough J, Haynes J, Nam D, Nunley R. Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty in the Setting of a Well-Fixed Cup: Early Report on the Cup-in-Cup Technique. Journal of Arthroplasty (submitted).
  14. Haynes J, Gosselin M, McCormick J, Johnson J, Klein S. The Arterial Anatomy of the Deltoid Ligament: A Cadaveric Study.Foot and Ankle International 2017 Jul;38(7):785-790.
  15. Stambough J, Haynes J, Barrack R, Nunley R. Acetabular Wedge Augments for Uncontained Tibial Plateau Defects in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty. Arthroplasty Today (accepted)
  16. Haynes J, Fricka K, Hamilton W. Lateral Unicompartmental Arthroplasty. Book chapter (submitted to publisher)
  17. Haynes J, Ho H, Hopper R, Engh C. A., Goyal N, Fricka K, Hamilton W. The Influence of Approach on Dislocation Rate in Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty. (In progress)
Funding
  • Midwest Stone Institute Resident Research Grant; 2013-2015 The Arterial Anatomy of the Deltoid Ligament: A Cadaveric Study.
Activities

Professional Activities

  • Orthopedic Society of Oklahoma (2019-Present)
  • Journal of Arthroplasty; Reviewer (2017-Present)
  • American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons; Member (2014-Present)
  • Orthopaedic Trauma Association; Resident member (2014-2017)
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons; member (2012-Present)

Educational Courses

  • Louis Hip Skills Course: Hip Arthroscopy, Preservation and Arthroplasty Procedures. January 2015; St. Louis, Missouri
  • American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons Resident CourseNovember 2014; Dallas, Texas
  • Orthopaedic Trauma Association Resident Trauma CourseOctober 2014; Tampa, Florida
  • AO Basic Trauma Course: La Jolla, CA. March 20-23, 2014March 2014; La Jolla, California

Jacob Haynes, M.D.