Mark W. Hollmann, M.D.
Performing more total knee replacements than any other surgeon in Central Florida*, Dr. Mark Hollmann leads the way as one of the most experienced joint replacement specialists in the Greater Orlando area. Dr. Hollmann was the first surgeon in the area to perform the Makoplasty® robotic partial knee replacement - also known as Roboknee.
* Source: www.floridahealthfinder.gov (2011)
It was Dr. Hollmann's experience as an All American collegiate athlete that initially sparked a passion then later launched a career in sports medicine and orthopedics. Dr. Hollmann completed a fellowship in sports medicine and knee reconstruction surgery. It is this winning combination of his love for sports and extensive training as an orthopaedic surgeon that have shaped a well-rounded career devoted to excellence.
Dr. Hollmann was selected as one of the two physicians to care for the men and women's basketball teams in the 1996 Olympics. He also spent a year as assistant to the team physician for the Orlando Magic. On the local level, he is the team physician for Stetson University athletics and orthopedic consultant for the local high schools.
He continues to play an integral role in the advancement of orthopaedic surgery in Central Florida and remains on the forefront of sports medicine and arthritis treatment. Helping to perpetuate this commitment to advancement, he trains surgeons as a consultant for Mako Surgical and Depuy. According to Depuy, he currently performs the most rotating platform knee replacements in the state of Florida. He is the only Volusia county surgeon that has had the honor of being inducted into the American Association of Hip and Knee surgeons.
The appeal of a historic community with the big-city conveniences brought Dr. Hollmann and his family to West Volusia County where he is happy to be performing surgery at Florida Hospital Deland - one of the top ten hospitals for total knee replacement surgery according to HealthGrades. He and his wife are involved in many community service organizations and are happy raising their five children in a small town atmosphere.
UT Southwestern Medical School,
University of Florida,
Sports Medicine and Knee Surgery
Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic,
Winter Park, Florida
University of Gothenberg, Sweden
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons