Dr. Ryan Dunlay adds another job to his roster as he heads to Davenport North High School as team physician. Learn what moves this Iowa native to do his best for the students, patients and 3 little boys who depend on him.
What Moves Me
Get to know physicians in the Quad Cities and find out what drives them to care for others. What Moves Me is a unique profile of physicians practicing at ORA Orthopedics, who are dedicated to keep Quad City area patients moving — living life to their fullest potential.
ORA Orthopedics physician assistant Thomas Drabek may be the ultimate adventurer in his free time, with hobbies that include car racing, skiing and drumming … and a former life as a Green Beret!
As a naval flight surgeon for more than ten years, Dr. Michael Turner, now an orthopedic surgeon with ORA Orthopedics, knows something about the challenges facing America’s servicemen and women.
With the Quad City Air Show coming up, meet local pilot and ORA orthopedic surgeon Dr. Steven Boardman. Dr. Boardman enjoys flying for many of the same reasons he loves orthopedic surgery, including the need for skill, judgment and great teamwork!
Dr. Andrew Bries may joke that he’s just a “glorified carpenter,” but this orthopedic surgeon values making a difference in his patients’ lives.
Lancers team physician, Dr. Matthew Lindaman, not only attended North Scott himself, he met his wife there! Learn what else he loves about the Lancers and about being an orthopedic surgeon.
Quad-City orthopedic surgeon Dr. Thomas VonGillern says he loves to teach skiing because it’s great exercise for the entire musculoskeletal system … and great fun, too!
ORA Orthopedics surgeon Dr. Edward Connolly loves medicine, his family and fishing at North Bear Creek in Iowa.
QC Mallards physician Dr. Mark Stewart says this fast and strong hockey team is “ready to skate” … just in time for their Oct. 24 season opener. He’ll be rink side to treat the tough injuries he sometimes sees.
Hiking is a great exercise, head to toe, according to QC orthopedic spine surgeon Dr. Timothy Millea. He loves it, and says his 80-year old father-in-law loves it too!