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  • Steve’s initial injury occurred 14 years ago when he tore the meniscus in his right knee working construction. He had surgery on his right knee in 2012 to remove the meniscus enabling him to continue to work operating mechanical Read More...

  • Jim could not attribute his hip pain to any particular trauma, but as the months passed the pain increased due to cartilage deterioration and arthritis in his right hip. At the direction of Dr. Matt Langenderfer, he tried physical therapy Read More...

  • Amy was playing power forward for the Little Miami High School basketball team when she tore her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) on January 19, 2013. The following Friday she saw Shawn Tubbs, a physical therapist Read More...

  • Frank suffered from lower back pain, hamstring problems and sciatic pain since his days playing football in high school. Initially, doctors told him he had a “bad back” and prescribed medication and exercise. Read More...

  • Jack injured his right knee playing football in 1988, breaking his ACL from the bone and stretching and tearing his MCL. Read More...

  • Duff has a family history of an aggressive form of osteoarthritis which settled in both of his hips. The pain began in his early fifties and by the time he was 55 Duff was using a cane to get around in his home. Read More...

  • Heather began to experience pain in her right hip in March of 2013. She visited three different orthopedic specialists who all told her there was really nothing wrong with her hip and that they could not help her. Frustrated, she visited Dr. Shaw Read More...

  • Myron tore the ACL in his right knee playing high school basketball in 1955. He continued to play for years after high school wearing a brace and enduring the pain. His left knee began to cause Read More...

  • Florence was going down steps earlier this year when her leg gave out, causing her to fall down awkwardly. She was experiencing quite a bit of pain in her hip and leg, so she visited her family doctor Read More...

  • During her daily skating practices, 11 year-old Oliva began to experience pain in her landing leg, especially during her jump routines. She visited a physical therapist who determined Read More...

  • Sue was attempting to reel in a large king salmon while fly fishing on the Pier Marquette River in Michigan, when she felt something give in her shoulder. She tried to pull the fish into the boat Read More...

  • In 2004, Donna was hanging from a zip line attached to her son’s tree house when she fell in her bare feet onto some tools lying on the ground, shattering her leg, ankle and foot. Read More...

  • As a result of being a very active person, the excessive use over time had caused damage to Joe’s knees. Gradually his knees had become more and more painful Read More...

  • Diana was a very active marathon runner over the years, but it had taken a heavy toll on her knees. She was suffering from osteonecrosis of the femoral condial, which was limiting her activity and causing discomfort. Then she visited Dr. Langenderfer in June of 2010. Read More...

  • An outdoor person at heart, Sondra fell off of a raft severing her rotator cuff. She was in substantial pain when she visited Dr. Shaw. Read More...

  • After years of playing competitive softball, Duane had torn his meniscus cartilage and damaged the surrounding cartilage tissue, finally tearing his Anterior Cruciate Ligament. When Duane visited Dr. Autry in February of 2008, his “quality of life” was being severely compromised by his injured knee. Read More...

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