Providing specialized orthopedic care at six convenient locations across Northeast Wisconsin. Click to find a location near you.
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About Brian Lohrbach, M.D.

Dr. Lohrbach, an Appleton native and graduate of Fox Valley Lutheran High School, returned to Appleton in 2002 to join the Orthopedic Clinic of Appleton, which eventually joined forces with OSI. He is certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery and is an Active Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.

Dr. Lohrbach is a recognized expert in anterior hip replacements, having performed more than 1,700 of the procedure. After reaching his milestone 1,000th anterior hip replacement in 2020, Dr. Lohrbach was featured on WBAY for his talent and innovation. To view the news segment, click here.

In addition to being an expert on anterior hip replacement, Dr. Lohrbach specializes in total knee replacement, shoulder replacement, fracture care, and arthroscopic knee and shoulder surgery.

When he’s not treating patients and helping them regain their mobility, Dr. Lohrbach loves to stay active himself by running, cycling, and playing pickleball.

 

Clinic Locations

Care Team

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Primary Specialties

General

Education

  • Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis
  • Internship & Residency: Loyola University Medical Center

Testimonials

Patient Reviews

My experience was amazing. All of the staff has been caring and very good at talking me through the whole process. Dr. Lohrbach, I can’t thank you enough for the freedom from pain. I have told lots of people my experience and recommend you. The texts were super helpful, it’s like they read my mind and answered my questions. Thank you for helping me be active again!

-Sarah C.

Dr Lohrbach spent a reasonable amount of time with my wife and [me]. His Explanation about the technique of anterior hip replacement was extremely helpful. Dr Lohrbach took the time to listen and that was very important to us.

-Mike

I had hip pain for a year. I wasn’t able to walk up and down stairs without being in pain. Before surgery, I was walking about 3000 steps a day in pain. Now I’m able to walk well over 20,000 steps a day with no pain. Love this Guy.
-OSI Patient
Waited 5 only minutes. He was familiar with my health history, explained the procedure well, answered all my questions thoroughly, and I was done and out the door. Exactly what I needed.
-OSI Patient

Additional Specialties

  • Foot/ankle
  • Fracture care
  • Hand/carpal tunnel
  • Sports medicine
  • Trauma
  • Upper extremity
  • Workers’ Compensation