Dr. Matthew Schramski, D.O.

General Orthopaedics/Trauma
Hip and Knee Reconstruction

Education & Credentials

  • Undergraduate Education: Michigan State University, B.S. 1997-2001
  • Medical School: Michigan State University School of Medicine 2001-05
  • Orthopaedic Surgery Residency: Michigan State University 2006-10
  • Fellowship Training: William Beaumont Hospital 2011-12
  • Board Eligible by the American Osteopathic Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Background & Expertise

Dr. Schramski is board eligible for the American Osteopathic Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons and has a
special interest in orthopaedic trauma and Hip and Knee reconstruction.

Dr. Schramski received his undergraduate degree in Human Biology at Michigan State University. He
then went on to obtain his medical degree at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.
He completed additional fellowship training for Adult Reconstruction at William Beaumont Hospital in
Royal Oak, Michigan.

Dr. Schramski is the team physician for Chippewa Valley High School and L’Anse Creuse North High

Dr. Schramski has published an article titled “Biomechanical Analysis of Augmented Plate Fixation for the Treatment of Vertical Shear Femoral Neck Fractures” for the Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma and also published an article titled “Chopart Fractures and Dislocations” article in the Foot and Ankle Surgery
Journal which highlight his special interest in orthopaedic trauma cases.


Hip and Knee Replacement

Pain from arthritis can often be debilitating. From the anterior total hip replacement to complete and partial knee replacement, our consultants advise can advise on a number of highly specialized procedures to get you back to your healthy active life.


Dr. Matthew Schramski can treat all types of knee injuries in children and adults of all ages. We will do our best to get you back to your desired level of sport or activity.

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