WOGO is comprised of 10 female surgeons, hailing from diverse cultural backgrounds and geographic locations around the USA. Our WOGO surgeons are also mothers, aunts, friends, academics, researchers, mentors, teachers and volunteers in their communities.

At WOGO, we believe that we bring a unique understanding and perspective to the unmet needs of women in the areas of arthritis and degenerative joint disease. WOGO is an Operation Walk team.

Antonia Chen, M.D./M.B.A.

Dr. Antonia Chen is an orthopaedic surgeon at Brigham and Women’s Hospital at Harvard Medical School where she specializes in hip and knee replacements. She graduated from Yale University and Rutgers Medical School. She continued at the University of Pittsburgh for her orthopaedic residency, and completed a fellowship in adult reconstruction at Rothman Institute / Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.  She lives in Boston, and enjoys conducting orthopaedic research, teaching students/residents/fellows, and spending time with her family, friends and little dog.

Robyn Hakanson

Robyn Hakanson, M.D.

Dr. Robyn Hakanson is in practice at LewisGale Physicians in Salem, Virginia. Her orthopaedic residency was completed at the Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, and her fellowship in knee reconstruction and sports medicine at the Insall Scott Kelly Institute in New York. Dr. Hakanson enjoys travel and music and serves on the Board of Directors for Mill Mountain Theatre in Roanoke, VA. Dr. Hakanson and her husband have three children.

Kathleen Hogan, M.D.

Kathleen Hogan, M.D.

Dr. Kathleen Hogan is in private practice at NH Orthopaedic Center in Southern New Hampshire where she specializes in hip and knee replacement. She attended Brown University Medical School and did her residency at the Medical University of South Carolina. She completed a fellowship in adult reconstruction at Harvard University (Brigham & Women’s Hospital). She enjoys skiing, tennis, and spending time with her daughter.

Rinelda Horton, M.D.Rinelda Horton, M.D.

Dr. Rinelda Horton is an orthopaedic surgeon with Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic Medical Group in the Washington Metropolitan Area.  She has been with the Permanente group for 18 years. Prior to that she was in private practice in North Carolina for 10 years specializing in joint replacement surgery. Dr. Horton completed her adult reconstruction fellowship at University Hospitals of Cleveland. She is married and has a son who is in college. In addition to working full-time, she loves to travel, go to concerts and attends basketball and football games with her family.

Dr. Megan Lisset Jimenez, DOMegan Lisset Jimenez, D.O.

Dr. Megan Lisset Jimenez is an orthopaedic surgeon and assistant professor at Emory University outside of Atlanta, GA. She is originally from New Jersey and daughter to immigrant parents who came from Cuba. Additionally, she is the first Latina and osteopathic trained orthopaedic surgeon to join WOGO. Following residency at Rowan University, she completed her sports fellowship at Washington University of St. Louis. She specializes in arthroscopy, knee arthroplasty, and trauma. In her free time, she trains jiu jitsu and is World Champion!

Amanda Marshall-Rodriguez, M.D.Amanda Marshall-Rodriguez, M.D.

Dr. Amanda Marshall-Rodriguez is a fellowship trained joint reconstruction specialist at Tru Ortho in Texas. She recently moved into the private sector after 8 years of academic practice at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio where she was active in resident and medical student education. She continues to participate in NIH funded orthopedic basic science research. She enjoys fly fishing, hunting, and outdoor activities with her husband and four kids.

Mychelle Shegog, M.D.Mychelle Shegog Abrams, M.D.

Dr. Mychelle Shegog Abrams is an orthopaedic surgeon for Kaiser Permanente MidAtlantic Medical Group in the Washington, DC area. She graduated with high honors from the Harvard-Radcliffe University and from medical school at Stanford University School of Medicine. She continued at Stanford for both internship and residency. She then went on to complete a fellowship in Pediatric Sports at Children’s Hospital in Boston. She lives in Washington,DC with her husband and enjoys travel, spending time with family and fitness.

Dr. Linda SuleimanLinda Suleiman, M.D.

Dr. Linda Suleiman is an orthopaedic surgeon at Northwestern where she specializes in hip and knee reconstruction and replacement. She graduated from the University of Maryland and Howard University College of Medicine. She continued at Northwestern University for her orthopaedic surgery residency, and completed a fellowship in adult hip and knee reconstruction at Rush. She currently lives in Chicago with her husband and daughter and enjoys spending time with her family, teaching residents/fellows and staying active on her Peloton bike!

Audrey Tsao, M.D.Audrey Tsao, M.D.

Dr. Audrey Tsao is an orthopaedic surgeon with Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic Medical Group in Rockville, MD. She completed her fellowship in adult reconstruction at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore City. After completing her training, she joined the faculty of University of Mississippi Medical Center becoming Full Professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery. She relocated to Arizona in 2006 to private practice. In 2013 she joined Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic Medical Group in Maryland. She continues to enjoy teaching, orthopaedic research and is active in many professional societies. In her spare time she enjoys time with her family, cooking and the martial arts.

Kimberly Tucker, M.D.

Kim Tucker, MD is an associate professor of orthopaedic surgery at The University of Arizona, in Tucson, Arizona.  She specializes in hip and knee arthroplasty.  She graduated from University of Arizona with an undergraduate degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology, after which she received her medical degree from University of Arizona College of Medicine.  She completed her Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at University of Arizona.  Her interest in arthroplasty led her to complete an arthroplasty fellowship with Dr. David Dalury in Baltimore, MD.  Her special interests include health disparity and gender disparity in orthopaedic surgery.  She is active in the AAHKS Women in Arthroplasty group and produces and hosts the Journal of Arthroplasty’s Podcast “The Cut”.  She is an avid skier and cyclist and a mother of two tweens.

Tirelessly working on pre-trip logistics and traveling with the surgeons is a 50-plus team of volunteer medical professionals that includes:

Anesthesiologists, Internal Medicine Physicians, Physician Assistants, Surgical Technicians, Registered Nurses, Physical Therapists, Implant Representatives, Team Leaders, Volunteers, Students, Interpreters and more.

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