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“I like helping people resume their activities.”
Dr. Bischoff joined Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center in 1998. A graduate of The University of Houston, Dr. Bischoff received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He then went on to complete his residency in orthopaedic surgery at Texas A & M Health Science Center in Temple, Texas, and a rotating internship in hand surgery from The Campbell Clinic in Memphis, Tennessee.
In addition to practicing at Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center, Dr. Bischoff serves as a clinical instructor at The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine – Tulsa.
Dr. Bischoff is certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.
"I am 65 years old and in good health with the exception of having advanced degenerative osteoarthritis. In 2005 Dr. Bischoff did a joint replacement of my right thumb. In February 2006, Dr. Plaster did a total knee replacement of my left knee. In November 2011, Dr. Plaster did a total knee replacement of my right knee. In January 2013, Dr. B. Boone repaired a torn rotator cuff in my right shoulder. Each of my surgeries was very successful. The treatment I received from the staff at EOOC was exceptional. I have recommended several friends who were looking for a good orthopedic group." -- Cheryl S.
"I have been treated by three excellent doctors with EOOC. Approximately nine years ago James Bischoff did a joint replacement on my right thumb because of osteoarthritis. Rodney Plaster did a total knee replacement seven years ago on my left knee and a total knee replacement one year ago on my right knee. Brad Boone repaired a torn rotator cuff on my right shoulder a month ago. Because of the arthritis in my knees I was bone-on-bone and had pretty much stopped doing any exercise because it was too painful. I am now able to walk as much as I want. My shoulder is healing nicely. Because of these excellent surgeons I am able to remain active. I am 65 years old and am far from being ready to sit in a rocking chair and watch the world go by." -- Cheryl S.