A familiar and friendly face to many locals, Dr. Cory Lamblin has been practicing orthopaedic surgery in Fremont County since 2012. Together with Dr. Ben Francisco, he owns and operates Fremont Orthopaedics, PC, a locally based orthopaedic practice. Born and raised in Cheyenne, WY, Dr. Lamblin is an alumnus of the University of Wyoming. He pursued his medical training through the WWAMI program at the University of Washington. He completed his surgical residency in Seattle, working in high volume trauma and referral hospitals before completing a fellowship in sports medicine and arthroscopy at Taos Orthopaedic Institute.
Dr. Lamblin is board certified and treats a wide variety of orthopaedic conditions, including trauma and sports injuries, as well as degenerative conditions, such as knee and hip arthritis. He completed additional specialty training in arthroscopic surgery for shoulder and knee injuries. This training enables him to provide expert sports medicine care and minimally-invasive surgical options for patients with knee and shoulder concerns. Shoulder injuries commonly treated through arthroscopic surgery include rotator cuff, biceps tendon, and labral injuries. Arthroscopy is frequently used for surgical repair of knee ligaments and damage to the meniscus and cartilage.
Dr. Lamblin provides sports medicine support for local high school sports teams and Central Wyoming College athletes. Dr. Lamblin spends some time traveling with the US Ski and Snowboard teams. He provides medical care to professional athletes at domestic and international training camps and competitions. During his free time, he can usually be found pursuing his passion for outdoor recreation while biking, climbing, skiing, or simply enjoying the Wyoming landscape with his wife and their children.
Dr. Lamblin reflects: “Since 2012 I have had both the privilege and honor to care for the community of Fremont County. One of my favorite aspects of living and working here is the opportunity to see patients after they have had surgery and recovered. Whether it is out on the trails or in line at the grocery store, seeing patients recover is fulfilling in the highest sense.“
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