Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Gea Johnson, a patient of Dr. David Bailie, is bound for the Masters World Championships in Manchester!
Hello Dr. Bailie (The Rock Star Doctor),
Gea Johnson here! I realize you are very busy, but I am very excited to share with you what I
have been doing! A few years ago, I started track cycling even though Arizona doesn't have a
velodrome! I have had several successes…I even smashed a track record held by a woman, who
is bound for the 2016 Olympic Games and who is nearly half my age! Below, you will find my
“GoFundMe” link that also includes a very recent article detailing some of these successes.
For this next coming month, I will be competing “again” at the Masters World Championships in
Manchester, England. Unfortunately, this is very expensive. Dr Emerson and Dr. Martin have
both donated on and off of my “GoFundMe” site. I knew you would be interested too once you
heard of my successes; especially, since I am doing all of this at age 47 and with your shoulder
replacement! I would greatly appreciate any help you can provide.
I would also appreciate your help getting in touch with your contact at Biomet Orthopedics. I
have a partnership/sponsorship proposal to present to them. I would love to tell them the story
about my shoulder and how I am succeeding at such a “high” athletic level despite my so-called
shoulder “limitation.” I, regrettably, need serious funding to be able to train full-time near a
velodrome (located in Los Angeles) and to compete at UCI events to vie for a spot on the 2016
P.S. I can still do ALOT of pull-ups!
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
My recent attendance at the July 2014 Musculoskeletal Ultrasound meeting allows me to evaluate muscle, tendon or ligament injuries to the extremities. If indicated at a patient's initial visit, our office can complete an ultrasound evaluation of the soft tissues of the extremity to make accurate diagnoses of the severity of injury to these tissues. Musculoskeletal ultrasound is a noninvasive procedure without exposing the patients to radiation and is less expensive than an MRI. This relatively new technique to assist a physician's diagnostic accuracy improves care by directing the physician to provide specific treatments sooner and afford the patient the opportunity for a quicker recovery.
- Dr. Jon Zoltan
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Dr. Zoltan (the first TOCA physician to accept the #alsicebucketchallenge#alsawareness) Marketing Director Susan Williams and Renee CA to Dr. Lederman all accepted the challenge and will be donating to the ALS Association! — at The Orthopedic Clinic Association TOCA.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Congratulations to the Phoenix Mercury who defeated the Minnesota Lynx to win the western conference championship and advance to the Finals!!! TOCA has been the team doctors for the Mercury since 1999. Team Physicians Evan Lederman, M.D., Amy Overlin, M.D, and Grant Padley, D.O., with Diana Taurasi and Britney Griner.