I have been a practicing, ABOS Board-Certified orthopaedic surgeon for over 20 years specializing in sports medicine and arthroscopy and taking trauma call the entire time. I feel that healthcare can only change by encouraging personal growth of individual providers and patients. I have had a broad-range of practice and work experience as well as experiencing the vicissitudes of healthcare over that time. My goal now is to focus on the creative spirit I had when I was younger and use my knowledge and talents to assist other physicians and patients to seek personal freedom; whether that be in healing an injury or developing new skills. I seek to transition away from clinical practice to focus on personal development, fiction and non-fiction writing as well as improving healthcare at the institutional level.
Kerry Graff, MD shares about how a diagnosis of lazy eye at age five changed the trajectory of her life, in several unexpected ways.