Jodi’s Story

Dr. Skendzel gave me back the ability to function 100%.

Young healthy woman in athletic shoes standing on the shore of a large body of water

Dr. Skendzel gave me back the ability to function 100%… ok, except not playing goalie anymore. From having a “repair” by one doctor and told “no more running” to being fixed and back to running marathons in under a year and full duty in less than 6 months, he’s the best and so is his team of assistants and PTs! I’ve referred multiple people to Dr. Skendzel and they too, have been nothing but HAAAAAPPPPPYYY!

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