As a guy who grew up playing football, wrestling, and participating in more than his share of brother-on-brother roughhousing, Mike was used to dealing with aches and pains. But after 30 years of working construction, the wear and tear finally caught up to him. His hip started bothering him and he knew this was something different. He knew he needed help.
That's when Mike went to Rothman at Kennedy. And after meeting the staff and his surgeon, he knew he had come to the right place. His surgery was so successful that he was back on his feet later that day.
But as it turns out, this was just the beginning for Mike. He so enjoyed his time at Rothman that he's since gone back for more. With both shoulders, an elbow, carpal tunnel in his wrist, and two fingers treated, he almost has more surgeries under his belt than original parts. Now, Mike is roughhousing once again, this time with his stepson.