Physicians assistant Karla Crose, and Dr. Doug Stull, right, confer about a patient in newly expanded offices at OrthoKansas. Stull is the only doctor in Kansas who is board certified in shoulder and elbow surgery.
Amy Hecker, physician assistant at Lawrence Orthopedic Surgery Center, left, confers with patient Chase McElhaney, right, Thursday after Chase had a cast removed from a healed broken ankle.
Jeremy Zimney, a physical therapist at Lawrence OrthoKansas, works with Barbara Bishop, Lawrence, who recently had rotator cuff surgery. The center, formerly Lawrence Orthopaedic Surgery, has expanded its space and its offerings to provide a comprehensive range of care to patients.
Brenda Billings, a radiologic technologist, works with the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine at OrthoKansas. The practice added its own MRI machine to get tests and results more quickly.