Heekin Clinic

Dedicated to Helping You Regain Your Mobility

Orthopedic Services

A full-service, orthopedic, surgical practice specializing in knees and hips.

Unparalleled Experience with

Knees & Hips

Getting patients through the tough phases of knee and hip injury, enabling you to be mobile and healthy again is our ultimate goal. When you are not fully functional due to loss of mobility the effects extend beyond the physical. At Heekin Clinic, the focus is on you and gaining your sense of self and freedom back through total knee and hip care.

Dr. R. David Heekin


  • Dr. Heekin replaced my left hip on February 1, 2012. At 69 years young I wanted to be able to continue to work and stay physically active. I have been able to do all of that and more. Thank you...

    heekin_clinic Judith Vlasic PATIENT OF DR. R. DAVID HEEKIN

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The staff at Heekin Clinic follows universal precautions for both our patients and our own safety.  These universal precautions are included in the high standards we maintain to ensure a safe clinical and office environment and to protect ALL  from infectious diseases.  We are diligent about washing our hands, sterilizing medical instruments, disinfecting exam beds/rooms after each patient use, and following OSHA guidelines.

If you are experiencing fever, respiratory symptoms, cough or shortness of breath, traveled out of the country or enjoyed a cruise in the past 30 days, or have had contact with a person with suspected exposure to COVID-19, please inform our staff so that we may take additional precautions to prevent illness for our patients and team members at our office.

We are open during our normal business hours (Monday – Thursday 8:30am – 4:30PM & Friday 8:30am – 1:30PM).


1) Wash your hands often! (20 SECONDS of hand washing = healthy hands)

2) Stay home when you are sick, especially if you have a fever.  If possible, stay home from work, school and errands to prevent spreading your illness to others.

3) Avoid touching your face with your hands.

4) Cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze/cough.

5) Get plenty of sleep, drink plenty of fluids (especially water), eat nutritious foods and be active.

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