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Dr. Jordan Buchko MD, FRCSC Assistant Professor Orthopedic Surgery

Prairie Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine. 1600 Anson Road, Regina, SK, S4P 0E8


Dr. Jordan Buchko was born and raised in Regina. He completed his Bachelor of Science (Biology) at the University of Regina, followed by both his Medical Degree and Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at the University of Saskatchewan. He then traveled to Vancouver where he completed a one-year Reconstructive Arthroscopy Fellowship at the University of British Columbia. In September 2015 he began his surgical practice back home in Regina. He has special interest and expertise in arthroscopy and sports medicine, with a focus on the shoulder, hip, and knee.  He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Saskatchewan and is the Orthopaedic Surgery Education Director in Regina. He serves as team Orthopaedic Surgeon for the Saskatchewan Roughrider (CFL) and Regina Thunder (CJFL) football clubs. He enjoys spending time with his lovely wife and beautiful daughter, and is proud to call Saskatchewan home.


2014-2015: Reconstructive Arthroscopy Fellowship, University of British Columbia
2009-2014: Orthopaedic Surgery Residency, University of Saskatchewan
2005-2009: Doctor of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
2001-2005: Bachelor of Science (Biology) (Great Distinction), University of Regina


2014: Dr. Kirkaldy Willis Research Award
2011: Orthopaedic Surgery Resident Teacher Award
2010: Resident Clinical Teacher of the Year
2010: Dr. Brad Ardell Spirit Award
2009: Dr. Hugh MacLean Prize & Silver Medal in Surgery
2008: Isabel and Emmett Hall Scholarship in Orthopaedic Surgery

Selected Publications

Haron Obaid, Samuel Pike, Ian Lutz, Jordan Buchko, David Leswick. Proximal femoral epiphyseal spurs and their association with acetabular labral tears on MRI in symptomatic patients. Published in Skeletal Radiology 2021. 

Jordan Buchko, BSc, MD, FRCSC, Tanner Dunlop, MD, Jason Shin, MD.  Knee Chondrolysis by Infusion of Bupivacaine with Epinephrine Through an Intra-Articular Pain Pump Catheter After Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction. Published in The American Journal of Sports Medicine. Vol 43, No 2 (February), 2015: pp 337-344.

S. Lance Anderson MD, Jordan Z. Buchko BSc, MD, Mario R. Taillon MD, FRCSC, Mark E. Ernst MD, FRCSC. Chondrolysis of the Glenohumeral Joint Following Infusion of Bupivacaine via an Intra-articular Pain Pump Catheter – A report of 18 cases. Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related SurgeryVol 26, No 4 (April), 2010: pp 451-461.