What Is a Charley Horse?
Summit Orthopedics physical medicine and rehabilitation physician Daniel Probst, M.D., talks about why charley horses happen — and what to do about it.Read This Article
Two Summit Physical Therapists Honored as Outstanding Clinical Instructor of the Year
Congratulations to two of Summit Orthopedics’ amazing physical therapists, Michelle (“Chelley”) Ecklund, PT, DPT, OCS, and Heide Baker, DPT, for being honored with the Outstanding Clinical Instructor of the Year award from Concordia University St. Paul’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program.
Athletic Trainer Jake Howard Joins “Team Summit” on Honduras Medical Mission for One World Surgery
Jake Howard, athletic trainer and practice development manager for Summit shares his story from his medical mission in Honduras for One World Surgery.
Meet Reed Williams, M.D.
Reed C. Williams, M.D., M.B.S., R.M.S.K., is a physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) physician specializing in nonoperative sports, musculoskeletal, and diagnostic and interventional ultrasound medicine at Summit Orthopedics. He takes his role as a patient advocate, educator, and physician very seriously. He strongly believes that the art of medicine is just as important as the science behind it.
How to Prevent Football Injuries
Reed C. Williams, M.D., M.B.S., R.M.S.K., is a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician who specializes in nonoperative and interventional sports, musculoskeletal, and musculoskeletal ultrasound medicine at Summit Orthopedics. In fact, he first became interested in anatomy, function, and rehabilitation after serious ankle injuries in his senior year of high school derailed his collegiate football plans. Read more as he discusses how to prevent football injuries.
What is a Torn MCL Recovery Time?
MCL stands for medial collateral ligament. It’s a ligament on the inside of the knee. Like all ligaments, the MCL is a strong, tough band of tissue that connects one bone to another bone. Physical Therapist, Josh Feeney talks about the recovery time for a MCL tear and whether surgery is needed.
Congratulations to Summit’s Six 2023 Rising Stars
This year, six of our talented physicians have been named “Rising Stars” by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine. Congratulations to Summit Orthopedics’ 2022 Rising Stars. They are: Michael Anderson, D.O.; J.P. Delaney, M.D.; Dane Hansen, D.O.; Matthew Nies, M.D.; Scott Pepin, M.D.; and Trevor Wahlquist, M.D.