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An amazing story of a woman pursuing the highest quality care needed to restore her previous life passions! Ruthanne was told she would never ride horses again due to sever back pain. A painful knee and shoulder kept her from doing dog agility with her pups. Today, she owes her activity levels to the exceptional surgeons at NAO. When it comes to her quality of life, sky’s the limit now.
Meet Chad and Ruth Howrey. Together, they have been traveling from the White Mountains to Flagstaff to receive care from Dr. Yuri Lewicky and PA Tammy, for years. Like all of Dr. Lewickys patients, the Howreys are treated with respect, compassion and exceptional care. Here is their story.
Meet Dan. Undoubtedly an avid dirt biker, athlete, outdoors-man and passionate artist who was facing debilitating pain from past injuries. A knee replacement surgery performed by Dr. Tim Bonatus, a leading joint surgeon at Northern Arizona Orthopaedics, inside the Summit Center, helped restore Dan’s active life.
These are the types of outcomes that continue to motivate the Northern Arizona Orthpaedics surgeons! Meet Daniel, a father of three and a lover of golf, who suffered years of debilitating back pain. Losing hope, he entrusted the skill and care of orthopaedic spine surgeon, Dr. Michael Glover, at Northern Arizona Orthopaedics. This is Daniel’s story.
Meet Jared Nelson, Flagstaff resident, husband, father and mountain biking enthusiast. Last year Jared suffered a terrible crash on the trail and his ankle was severely fractured – some of which damaged his joint. Watch to learn more about Jared’s story and how Stephen Knecht, M.D. Northern Arizona Orthopaedics Foot and Ankle Surgeon saved the mobility and strength in Jared’s ankle.
Brian sought out Dr. Rohrbough to help with his shoulder pain. Dr. Rohrbough explained his shoulder had the capacity to heal itself in a sling, and it could not be repaired surgically. But Brian had waited six years to get drawn for elk and he intended to hunt without a sling, thus compromising the healing of his shoulder.
Anastacia has played volleyball and been very athletic all her life. She received an athletic scholarship from Cal Poly to play volleyball. After three years at Cal Poly, she chose to attend NAU, on an athletic scholarship for volleyball. During a preseason practice in September 2014, she felt a sharp pain in her left groin.