At Muir Orthopaedic Specialists’ annual Pass to Play event, Dr. John Knight discovered an irregular heartbeat during a routine physical examination of a local, young athlete who was living on “borrowed time.”
An athlete’s life changed when an accident had her facing knee replacement, but Dr. Pecci suggested PRP injections, which three other physicians had not.
“By 12 weeks I felt completely back to normal; I was patient and knew that I was going to feel so much better after thirty years of pain. My ability to move and be active has improved drastically.”
Sue Kerley walked across the Golden Gate Bridge on her 75th birthday, a dream made possible by two joint replacements in one-and-a-half years.
Susan’s Irish stubbornness may have helped her pull through the rigors of four joint replacements, but her positive attitude was an even greater attribute.
WNBA center Jayne Appel ups her game with phenomenal personal drive and a little physical therapy help from the trainers at Muir Orthopaedic Specialists.
Muir Orthopaedic Specialists’ Dr. Abid Qureshi treated Ashley Allen’s spinal fracture to help get her back on the basketball court for her senior year. (Video)
Diagnosed with a meniscal tear in her knee (the most common knee injury), Kimberly Kennedy made an appointment with Dr. Tischenko at MOS to restore her mobility.
When Isabella broke her arm, a surgery gone awry threatened permanent damage. Her mom, Kimberly, took her to Dr. Contreras at MOS, who knew how to fix it.