Dr. Jon Henry is a Board Certified orthopedic surgeon with a
subspecialty board certification in sports medicine, practicing
since 2001. Dr. Henry received his medical degree from UW-Madison
Medical School and then completed an orthopedic surgery residency
in Syracuse, NY and a sports medicine fellowship at The Ohio State
As an active member of the American Association of Orthopedic
Surgeons, the American Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine, the
Arthroscopy Association of North America, and the Wisconsin
Orthopedic Society, Dr. Henry has presented original research at
various national meetings and has published articles on a variety
of orthopedic surgery and sports medicine related topics. As an
invited master instructor at the Orthopedic Learning Center in
Rosemont, IL and also at various symposiums throughout the Midwest,
Dr. Henry has taught other orthopedic surgeons world-wide
techniques related to shoulder and hip arthroscopy, knee ligament
reconstruction, and cartilage restoration.
From 1996-2008, Dr. Henry served in the U.S. Army Reserves
Medical Corps, including three combat duty deployments to
Afghanistan and Iraq. Working from a combat support hospital,
he treated U.S. and international soldiers as well as local
civilians with war-related extremity injuries.
As the acting Medical Director of the Aurora BayCare Sports
Medicine program, Dr. Henry has a passionate focus on sports
medicine. His sport medicine experience includes joint
preservation for the knee, hip and shoulder to keep his patients
able, active and happy.
Throughout his career, Dr. Henry has provided medical care for
athletes and sports teams at levels of competition. His personal
athletic background includes participation in UW-Madison varsity
Crew (rowing) 1987-91 and current involvement in running, cycling,
and cross-country skiing.