Wade Sessions, MD


Wade Sessions, MD, is a board certified orthopedic surgeon, providing surgical patient care at the Center of Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Excellence (CORE). Dr. Sessions received his medical degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine. Following medical school, he completed a residency in orthopedic surgery at the same institution. In addition to his stellar education, Dr. Sessions honorably served his country as a Staff Sergeant in the U.S. Army Special Forces from 1989 to 1995. Dr. Sessions serves as team orthopedic physician for the Utah Grizzlies, Riverton High School and Lowland Rugby. He has special interest in less invasive surgical procedures, such as knee and shoulder arthroscopy. Dr. Sessions specializes in hips, knees, shoulders, joint replacements and trauma. He has also been consecutively honored as one of America’s top orthopedists in 2009 and 2010.


Medical School
University of Alabama School of Medicine

University of Alabama

University of Alabama

CORE West Jordan

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Why All the Buzz about Mako™ Robotic Joint-Replacement Surgery?

Joint replacement surgery using the innovative Mako™ robotic-arm technology has been all over the news lately.

The reason you’re hearing so much about this cutting-edge technique is because the Mako system is truly a game-changing tool for orthopedic and joint-replacement surgeons. And although this system was previously appr...
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Why Have a Robot in the OR for Your Joint Replacement Surgery?

Mako™ robotic-arm-assisted surgery is an advanced technological procedure performed to relieve pain caused by joint degeneration, typically due to osteoarthritis. These procedures are performed using advanced robotic arm and software technology. This technology assists the surgeon in precisely performing a full or partial joint replac...
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Robots Assisting Your Joint Replacement Surgeon — It’s About Precision

To become a joint replacement surgeon, medical school graduates must complete a five-year residency. Today, most surgeons also choose to train for an additional year of fellowship. So, after five or six years of experience in performing joint replacement surgeries, how could orthopedic surgeons possibly improve upon their skills?

The answer is with Continue Reading