Providing specialized orthopedic care at six convenient locations across Northeast Wisconsin. Click to find a location near you.
(920) 560-1000
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402 Eureka Street
Ripon, WI 54971

Hours: Open by appointment.

We can be reached from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday – Friday or via online scheduling.

Phone: 920-560-1000



The Orthopedic & Sports Institute of the Fox Valley (OSI) is dedicated to helping Ripon community members of all ages live healthier lives by helping prevent, diagnose, and treat their orthopedic issues. With board-certified, fellowship-trained, published and award winning orthopedic specialists, along with on-site x-rays, OSI Ripon offers the advanced orthopedic care you need to help you return to an active, pain-free life.


Learn More About Your Ripon Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. David Eggert

David Eggert, M.D.

Orthopedic Care Specifically Designed For You

As your orthopedic specialists in Green Bay, the Fox Valley, Ripon, Berlin, and other surrounding areas, the Orthopedic & Sports Institute of the Fox Valley cares for your pain and immobility and also helps you understand what could be causing your hip, knee, spine, hand, foot or other pain. OSI focuses solely on orthopedics. This streamlines the orthopedic process, including diagnosis, surgery and recovery, which means a lower cost, greater quality, and faster recovery.

Patient wellbeing is our priority. And we pride ourselves on providing a convenient, comfortable experience where you have greater control over your treatment and a faster return to the life you love.


Dr. Eggert Talks
Hip Pain

Ted’s Knee Experience
with Dr. Eggert

Call 920-560-1000 or click here to schedule an appointment today.

The City of Ripon is a small yet thriving community of approximately 8,000 residents. Located just 20 miles west of the Fox Valley, it lies in the heart of Wisconsin. Its family-oriented community boasts the advantages and conveniences of living near the Green Bay and Fox Valley areas, with the peace of a small town. It is home to Ripon College, a small liberal arts university, and once held the moniker “Cookie Town USA” thanks to the now-defunct Rippin’ Good Cookies factory located within the town.