Originally from Toledo, Ohio, Dr. Kuhlman is a fellowship-trained foot and ankle surgeon trained extensively in the latest advances in conservative and surgical care of the foot and ankle. He completed an Advanced Surgical Reconstructive fellowship at the Professional Education and Research Institute in Roanoke, VA, in June 2016 and will join CSO on April 3.Details
The Center for Spine and Orthopedics (CSO) welcomes new Rocky Vista University medical student Marina Mesiha, who will be with CSO from February 27–March 24. Marina earned her Bachelor of Science degree in biological sciences with honors from Colorado State University in Fort Collins. She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and reading dystopian/utopian…Details
The Center for Spine and Orthopedics offers comprehensive physical medicine & rehabilitation for managing chronic pain. Our physiatrists offer a variety of diagnostic and non-operative pain management options, including ultrasound-guided injections, generative medicine, therapeutic neural blockade and acupuncture. These may be prescribed in combination or alone. Our physicians also work in partnership with local physical…Details
Each segment of your spine is crucial to the well–being of your entire spine and spinal cord since each part’s strength depends on the other vertebrae and discs to function properly. Constant stress, repetitive or acute injuries and various conditions, such as arthritis, can cause pain. Pinpointing the source of your pain and understanding your…Details
Sword fighter Amanda Gonyea spent a year seeing physicians who said that her chronic back pain was caused by excess weight. The 48-year old woman lost 150 pounds, but the pain did not go away. A friend recommended that she see Dr. Joseph Morreale at the Center for Spine and Orthopedics (CSO). “I originally saw…Details
The Center for Spine and Orthopedics welcomes its latest fellow, Dr. Stefano Carlucci!
Dr. Carlucci is an orthopedic surgeon resident in Bari, Italy. He studying with Dr. Michael Janssen and Dr. Joseph Morreale through February 10.