• 360 W. Butterfield Rd | Elmhurst, IL 60126
  • 630.782.9600
  • 675 West North Avenue, Suite 314 | Melrose Park, IL 60160
  • 708.450.5744
  • 8 am to 5 pm Monday / Friday

Our Physicians

Jeffrey S. Meisles, M.D.

Dr. Meisles graduated from Rush Medical College in 1986 and completed his orthopedic surgery training at Rush-Presbyterian St.Luke’s Medical Center…

Ryon M. Hennessy, M.D.

Dr. Hennessy graduated from Rush Medical School in 1991. He completed his residency in orthopedic surgery at Rush-Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center in 1996.

Daryl L. O’Connor, M.D.

Dr. Daryl L. O’Connor is a board certified orthopedic surgeon fellowship trained in sports medicine with special interest in arthroscopic surgery, cartilage transplant, and minimally invasive surgery…

Paul D. Metzger, M.D.

Dr. Metzger graduated from Rush University Medical School in 2007, and completed his Orthopedic Surgery training at Naval Medical Center San Diego in 2012. Dr. Metzger was a staff Orthopedic Surgeon…

Welcome to

Orthopedic Specialists

We appreciate your selection of this practice to serve your health care needs.

Our entire staff operates as a team. We take great pride in each staff member’s training and capabilities. We want you to have the same confidence that we do and to let us serve you fully. So that we may better serve you, we ask you to spend some time reviewing this site.

We have tried to give you as much information about the practice as possible, and to anticipate your questions. We feel that the more you know about our policies and methods of practice, the more we can be of service to you.

High Definition MRI

MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. MRI is a way of getting pictures of various parts of your body without the use of x-rays, unlike regular x-rays pictures and CAT scans. A MRI scanner consists of a large and very strong magnet in which the patient lies. A radio wave antenna is used to send signals* to the body and then receive signals back. These returning signals are converted into pictures by a computer attached to the scanner. Pictures of almost any part of your body can be obtained at almost any particular angle.