Dr. Reddy is a sports medicine fellowship-trained and board-certified physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist (physiatrist).
He completed a six-year medical school program at Stanley Medical College in India.
He completed his two-year Master’s at the University of Mankato in Minnesota with an emphasis on Human Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology.
Dr. Reddy completed his four-year residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the reputed Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
He completed his fellowship in Sports Medicine under the tutelage of the world-renowned sports medicine specialist Dr. James Andrews at the Alabama Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Center in Birmingham, Alabama.
After completion of his fellowship, he moved to Tulsa in 2000 and has been in practice ever since. He has seen over 150,000 patients.
As a non-surgical sports medicine/musculoskeletal specialist, Dr. Reddy sees patients with a wide variety of orthopedic problems. He coordinates with surgical partners at Tulsa Bone & Joint on various diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. These procedures include EMG/Nerve Conduction Studies, spine injections under fluoroscopy, ultrasound guided injections of various joints and soft tissues, and more recently, regenerative medicine-related procedures (PRP, Stem Cells, etc.).
Along with other partners in the group, he helps cover high school athletics, including football games on game day. Dr. Reddy enjoys teaching medical students and residents and has about 8-12 rotate with him each year.
Dr. Reddy is married with two children. His son plays Division 1 golf and is an aspiring medical student. His daughter is a sophomore in college and also an aspiring medical student.
Amanda went through the Physical Therapy program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. She is also a Certified Athletic Trainer and ASTYM certified. Originally from Tulsa, Amanda is passionate about working with athletes and helping people return to the activities they enjoy. “I love building relationships with patients and seeing them progress each week,” Amanda says.
Amanda is married to Christopher, and they have 2 dogs. You can see Amanda around town running – a LOT! She enjoys endurance sports, including triathlons and ultra marathons.
Congratulations, Amanda. We are so grateful for you!
Dr. Kilambi is fellowship trained in Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy from the Cincinnati Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center and board certified through the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Dr. Kilambi completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery, Naval Medical Center in San Diego. Originally from Arkansas, Dr. Kilambi completed medical school at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock.
Along with Dr. Nunley, Dr. Kilambi serves as the team doctor for Owasso High School. Dr. Kilambi specializes in a number of treatments, including joint injections, ligament repairs/reconstruction, rotator cuff repair, ankle injuries, tennis elbow treatment, general fracture care, knee and shoulder scopes, carpal tunnel syndrome, and more. We’re so glad to have Dr. Kilambi on our team!
To honor our 31 amazing doctors, we are starting a Doctor of the Month tribute. The Doctor of the Month for May is John C. Balbas, MD. Dr. Balbas is a sports medicine fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon who specializes in joint replacement and a number of procedures for the shoulders, knees, hips, elbows, and ankles. To top it off, Dr. Balbas is also the Physician for Broken Arrow High School. To find out more or to make an appointment with Dr. Balbas, call 918-392-1400.
Congratulations to Coach Allan Trimble of Jenks High School on your retirement!
“I grew up 100 yards north of Jenks High School. My father’s family all graduated from Jenks as did my sisters and cousins. I considered myself as ‘Jenks’ as it could get. And that meant playing football.
When Coach Trimble took over the head coaching job of the Varsity Football program my senior year, I knew we would be successful. I knew because he had his life’s priorities in order. And he wanted us to have them in order as well. Many people might not believe this, but football was not Coach Trimble’s top priority, and he didn’t want it to be for us either.
I will always carry with me the lessons I learned from football. But that lesson on priorities stands out. In one of our first team meetings after taking over, Coach asked us to list our top 4 or 5 priorities. Many answers were given, and most guys had football, school, faith, and family in some order. Coach Trimble impressed upon us that we should strive to make family, faith, and academics priorities. Football would be the privilege we could enjoy by taking care of the others.
It goes without saying that success in life stems from having our priorities in order, and Coach Trimble proved that over the span of his Hall of Fame career. I would like to send my thanks to him and his family for giving so much to our community. Your leadership has been a blessing to us all, and will continue to impact generations of young men and women well into the future.” -J. Scott Reid, MD, MAJ, MC, USA, Tulsa Bone and Joint