During deployment as an orthopedic surgeon in Iraq, Dr. Steven Boardman gained great respect for all the men and women who “laid down their lives paying for our freedoms.”
56-year-old world champion Bill Carlough loves working with his high school wrestlers as much as competing in the Masters division.
78-year-old keeps fit by playing golf at Oakwood Country Club. His motto? “Use it or lose it!”
Sports fun, careers and college dreams can be derailed by premature sports-related injuries. How can you know the difference between muscle soreness and injury? ORA surgeons provide some helpful advice.
Davenport West H.S. softball phenom Lexy Monty will pitch again, thanks to ORA Dr. Ryan Dunlay’s successful repair of her major shoulder tear.
Dr. Andrew Bries may joke that he’s just a “glorified carpenter,” but this orthopedic surgeon values making a difference in his patients’ lives.
Why I Move celebrates the spirit and determination of Quad Citians who have recovered from injury or treatment to pursue their life’s passions. Meet avid canoeist Russell Hoover, 61, Milan, IL, who is back in his canoe following shoulder surgery.