The Tulsa Bone & Joint Physical Therapist of the Month for November is Anthony Sylvester, DPT, Manager of Physical Therapy at Tulsa Bone & Joint Owasso.
Anthony received his PT and DPT degrees from Langston University. He is certified in the Jones Strain Counter Strain Technique. Anthony has been a national presenter at the aquatic section American Physical Therapy Association Conference.
Originally from Texas, Anthony and his family currently live in Creek County, Oklahoma. “I have two wonderful kids, and I am crazy lucky to have a wife who will put up with me,” Anthony says.
Anthony has been a great addition to the Tulsa Bone & Joint Owasso team in 2019. He is passionate about helping patients move their lives forward. “What I like about PT is the chance we have to make really positive impacts on our patients that allow them to be more productive and return to normal tolerances for day-to-day life.”
Thanks for being an important part of our therapy team, Anthony!
Joseph Terry is the Tulsa Bone & Joint Physical Therapist of the Month for October!
Joseph Terry is a North Carolina native who spent almost half of his early life overseas with his family. Part of this time was spent at Bond University in Queensland, Australia working towards his Doctor of Physiotherapy (Physical Therapy) degree, where he graduated from in 2016. He is now the clinic director/lead PT at the Tulsa Bone & Joint Bartlesville location and enjoys using physical therapy to help people resume their most cherished activities.
His favorite things outside of work include spending time with his wife and 6 month-old daughter, cycling, running, and just about any physical activity. #choosept
Tulsa Charitable Medical Services recently recognized Tulsa Bone & Joint surgeon Marcy Clements, DO, for her dedication to serving as a volunteer with the organization since 2012. Dr. Clements is one of 178 physicians who donate their time and services to help people in need.
“There is satisfaction in doing something for somebody because you know you could, not because you had to, and that hopefully you have made their life better and they can pay it forward — and that becomes a good cycle,” Dr. Clements says.
Thank you for going above and beyond to help people in need, Dr. Clements! You are an inspiration!
Tulsa Bone & Joint Associates is delighted to welcome Jennifer Peterson, MD, to our practice! Dr. Peterson and her family recently moved to Tulsa after she completed an Adult Reconstruction Fellowship and Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio. We welcome you to Tulsa and the practice, Dr. Peterson!
Dr. Peterson completed medical school at the University of Virginia School of Medicine.
Dr. Peterson is an avid swimmer, and she was was a Swimming Olympic Trials Qualifier and Competitor in 2008.
Dr. Peterson specializes in hip and knee replacements and hip and knee revisions. She utilizes the direct anterior hip approach, a minimally invasive technique, when appropriate. She also performs robotic total knee and robotic partial knee replacements, which allows her to use computed tomography (CT) scans to build a virtual model of the patient’s knee.
Dr. Peterson is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the American Academy of Hip and Knee Surgeons, and the American Medical Association.
Dr. Peterson is now accepting new patients! Click here to request an appointment, or call 918-392-1400.
Dan Skierski, DPT, oversees physical therapy at Tulsa Bone & Joint Sand Springs. Dan has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Saint Augustine and has been a member of the physical therapy team at Tulsa Bone & Joint since 2014. Dan is ASTYM and dry needling certified, and has taken multiple spine manipulation courses.
Dan treats patients Monday-Friday at our newest location in Sand Springs at 3917 OK 97 in the Springs Village Shopping Center. He and his staff not only help their patients recover from injuries and pain, but they have a good time while doing so. Madison, one of his patients, had this to say about her physical therapy treatment with Dan: “I didn’t ever dread coming here. It was a fun experience.”
In his free time, Dan enjoys fishing. Thanks for all you do, Dan!