Dr. Nepple specializes in pediatric and adolescent sports medicine, and is the Director of the Washington University and St. Louis Children's Young Athlete Center. He has clinical interests in adolescent and young adult hip disorders, including femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), labral tears and slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE) with a specific focus on minimally invasive arthroscopic techniques for the treatment of hip disorders.
To determine if low-dose computed tomography (CT) protocols would make a difference in minimizing... Read More
From hectic training and game schedules to balancing school and social lives... Read More
It’s back to school time which also means the start of fall sports but doctors in St. Louis are warning young athletes to be careful... Read More
Having an ACL tear can be hard on a young athlete. Recent studies estimate that nearly 250,000 ACL injuries occur annually... Read More
Young athletes can now benefit from a new frontier of motion analysis technology to potentially prevent injuries that frequently leave... Read More
Team sports help children and teenagers in so many ways. Young athletes get regular exercise. They also learn self-control and how to work... Read More
To determine if an office appointment is beneficial for you, we offer a complimentary review of your hip X-ray, MRI, or CT scan. Email Us Now
Great! All around staff was very helpful the entire time we were there. My son got exceptional care here.I would recommend them to anyone.
Dr. Nepple and his team are wonderful! Had my 2nd hip arthroscopy with him and it has gone great! I had a hip arthroscopy with labrum repair, microfracture, femoral osteotomy, and capsule closure.
I really appreciate Dr. Nepple and his staff. He has done surgery on my daughter and we had an emergency last night.His team, who works in the office with him, returned our call early this am and squeezed us in to see Dr. Nepple. Can't thank you enough! I would highly recommend!
A serious knee injury did more than take soccer from Luke Giesing—it also robbed him of part of his identity. Surgery and rehabilitation at St. Louis Children’s Hospital...
Josef Marchuetz was a sophomore linebacker at Hillsborough High School when he severely fractured his femur during a JV football game after getting hit hard from the side.
14 year old Tyler Heidbrink was an all-star athlete, playing football and basketball, and competing with a select baseball team in his hometown. However, Tyler’s athletic...
12634 Olive Blvd
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
13001 N Outer Forty Rd
Town and Country, MO 63017
One Children’s Place
St. Louis, MO 63110