Casey L. Lagan, MD
"The most gratifying part of being an orthopedic surgeon is seeing patients get back to being themselves, especially after dealing with an injury or degenerative condition. It's never too late to improve your quality of life."
Eric J. Thiel, MD
“I treat patients like family members, and I want them to have a clear understanding of what their diagnosis is and what their treatment options are.”
James R. Messerly, DO
“I evaluate patients with acute and chronic low back or neck pain from a primary care perspective.”
Jeffrey M.K. Martin, DO
“The goal of an orthopedic surgeon is to decrease pain and increase function and all of our treatments are aimed towards that goal.”
Douglas J. Keele, DO
“I want to make you aware of the options that are available, as they’re frequently improving and changing. You may be surprised the changes that can come from modern-day orthopedic treatment”.
Jessica L. Juntunen, MD
“There’s not a one-size-fits-all approach to patients, especially when it comes to sports medicine”.
Adam L. Halverson, DO
“As I went through training, I found foot & ankle to be a unique niche where I can treat all aspects of orthopedics, within one smaller body region.”
Benjamin J. Hackett, MD
“I want patients to know all of the options they have both surgically and non-surgically and that we are always a resource for them”
Pamela E. Glennon, MD
“I love hand surgery because of the anatomy, it’s really intricate, complicated and challenging. I love orthopedics because you can fix a problem and see an almost immediate result and really help people.”