Kathleen’s Story

Thanks so much, Dr. F. and Ray!

Smiling woman with arm in sling standing in front of planter filled with pink flowers.

I had right rotator cuff surgery in July 2015, courtesy of the esteemed Dr. Jeffrey Furmanek, and follow- up care with your PT Ray. From the get-go, I was taken care, told what would be best with no doubts from me, and pushed to more I thought I could be. If I have to have the other shoulder done, too, I’m heading straight for your offices. Thanks so much, Dr. F. and Ray! Feeling GREAT!!! Can reach farther and feel so much better these days!

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    Jeffrey Furmanek, D.O.

    “My training has taught me to understand that the human body is a complex sum of its parts with an innate ability to heal. My role as an orthopedic surgeon can be an important part of this natural process.”

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  • Ray Coyle, OTR/L

    Assisting patients in returning to a high level of function quickly and safely is very rewarding. I want patients to feel informed, cared for, and that their expectations were exceeded.

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