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2024 Summer Internship


An Extraordinary Opportunity! The Orthopaedic Associates of Wisconsin (OAW) Internship, Mentorship, and Research Program is a unique and rigorous experience that exposes participants to the field of orthopedic medicine by immersing them in a professional medical environment. Program components are designed to introduce the academic and clinical activities typically experienced by physicians and medical students. This program is intended for individuals who have demonstrated an interest in pursuing a career as a Physician, Physician Assistant (PA), Nurse Practitioner (NP) or other health care career. To apply, please fill out the application below and email to Dr. Stefanczyk/Brittney Spalla at: [javascript protected email address] or send to: Orthopaedic Associates of WI, Attn. Dr. Ryan Stefanczyk N15 W28300 Golf Road, Pewaukee, WI 53072.

Intern Application 2024


Welcome Dr. Michael Nolte to the Spine Center!

Michael Nolte

OAW's newest Spine Surgeon

Specialties: Spine

Administrative Assistant: Amanda

Practice Locations: Brookfield, Mukwonago, Pewaukee

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Welcome Dr. Ryan Stefanczyk to the Sports Medicine Team!

Ryan Stefanczyk

Specializing in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine.


Specialties: Sports Medicine and Spine

Administrative Assistant: Brittney

Practice Locations: Brookfield, Mukwonago, Pewaukee

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OAW to Offer Breakthrough Treatment for Patients with Chronic Low Back Pain

BVN Vertebra

Scott Koss, MD

Orthopaedic Associates of Wisconsin is among the first in Southeastern Wisconsin to offer an innovative approach to provide relief for patients suffering from chronic low back pain.

The treatment is the Intracept Procedure - a minimally invasive, outpatient procedure which targets a nerve located in the bones of the spine (vertebrae). During the procedure, Dr. Scott Koss advances a specialized probe into the vertebrae and uses radiofrequency energy (heat) to disable the nerve, rendering it unable to transmit pain signals. Intracept takes approximately 60-90 minutes and is implant-free.

Please visit for more information about the procedure.


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