Dr. Ryan Hartman Joins OCR
For Immediate Release: January 3, 2011
Contact: Armi Hall, (970) 419-7140, email@example.com
Dr. Ryan Hartman Joins Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies
as Specialist in Care of Children and Sports Injuries
Dr. Ryan Hartman has joined the Orthopaedic & Spine Center of the Rockies as an orthopaedic surgeon who will focus on the care of children from newborn through the teen years, and patients of all ages with sports and recreational injuries.
Appointments with Dr. Hartman may be made at the Orthopaedic & Spine CenterМ_s offices in Fort Collins and Loveland. Call 970-419-7050 or 1-800-722-7441. His first day of appointments is Jan. 10.
Dr. Hartman lived in Fort Collins and graduated from Fort Collins High School in 1993.
He becomes OCRМ_s primary pediatric orthopaedic physician, succeeding Dr. Roger Sobel, who retired April 30, 2010. OCRМ_s other physicians took care of childrenМ_s injuries and conditions between Dr. SobelМ_s retirement and Dr. HartmanМ_s start, and they will continue to provide appointments as parents and their children wish.
Dr. Hartman is seeing patients at OCR after moving here from Aurora and Cincinnati, Ohio. He completed fellowships in pediatric orthopaedics at ChildrenМ_s Hospital and sports medicine at the Cincinnati Sports Medicine Center, respectively.
Fellowships provide additional, specialized training for doctors following completion of their residency. The additional training gives physicians the opportunity to develop in-depth knowledge and expertise in their area of interest.
Prior to the two fellowships, Dr. Hartman completed his five-year orthopaedic residency at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, (2004-09). He earned his medical degree from the University of Colorado (2000-2004).
Dr. Hartman was born and grew up in Wyoming, moving to Fort Collins when his father Clint Hartman took a job here as a physician assistant in a pediatricianМ_s office.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Hartman enjoys spending time with his family as well as traveling, playing tennis, running, reading, skiing, and hiking.
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