Sonoran Spine Buckner Shoes for Orphan Souls Shoe Drive ended on August 31. With the help of our patients, staff, Right Toyota and Right Honda in North Scottsdale , we were able to collect 192 pairs of shoes and 287 pairs of socks to be donated to children in 74 countries around the globe, including the United States. Shoes For Orphan Souls
DR. CHANG PREPARES TO GIVE YOUNG MAN HIS FREEDOM BACK
3tv's Good Morning Arizona interviews Skylar Skousen, Dr. Michael S. Chang's patient, prior to his second surgery to correct scoliosis. Skylar prepares to undergo the 6-12 hour procedure on September 5 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Phoenix, AZ to give him a chance to stand up straight.
Sonoran Spine is proud to introduce the newest member of our team, Lyle Young, MD. Dr. Young joins Sonoran Spine after completing an elite Spine Surgery Fellowship at The Emory Spine Center, Emory University in Atlanta, GA. He is a valuable addition to our team of spine surgeons.
Dr. Terrence Crowder will introduce Sonoran Spine to the Show Low, AZ community on August 26th and September 1st as a guest on The Barbara Bruce Show on 105.5 KSNX, NewsTalk 970 KVWM, and 1270 KDJI. Dr. Crowder will begin seeing patients in Show Low on Friday, September 13 at Sonoran Spine’s newest location in the Arizona Mountain Orthopedics office.
DOUG ROBINSON: HOOPS STAR MIKEY JACOBSEN IS FIGHTING BACK
Click here to read full story featuring Dr. Dennis Crandall By Doug Robinson, Deseret News Mikey Jacobsen might be the most remarkable prep basketball player in the state, but almost no one knows it. A two-year starter at point guard for Woods Cross High, he's averaging about 5 points, 2 assists and 1 steal a game — modest numbers unless you know the rest of the story.
In August, I spent two weeks in China and returned with incredible stories from my experience. There were two purposes to the trip to China. The first was to teach the latest techniques of deformity surgery to Chinese surgeons by invitation of their professors. To that extent, I helped them with several selected, difficult cases and also spent several days lecturing at their annual orthopaedic conference.