Robert E. Berry, DO
Dr. Robert E. Berry is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon fellowship trained in sports medicine. He specializes in arthroscopic surgery, joint replacement, cartilage transplant, ACL reconstruction, and trauma/fractures. Dr. Berry has been the team physician for several sports teams and events, including the San Diego Chargers, NFL combines, WWE, and more. In addition, he has served as a reviewer for the American Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine journal.
Dr. Adam O’Brien
Dr. Adam O’Brien is a native Texan and orthopaedic surgeon with specialized training in sports medicine. He grew up in west Texas (Crosbyton) and graduated magna cum laude from Baylor University in Waco with a degree in Health Science Studies and a minor in Medical Humanities. He attended medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. Following medical school, he attended the University of Washington in Seattle where he completed his orthopaedic surgery residency. There, he was able to train at one of the busiest level I trauma centers in the nation, Harborview Medical Center.
Osvaldo Burgos-Iturrino, MSHS, PA-C
After watching his brother go through surgery and rehabilitation for a joint injury as a teen, Osvaldo Burgos-Iturrino was drawn to orthopedic medicine. He served as a medical assistant and orthopedic technician in the United States Navy for more than a decade before earning his certification as a physician assistant in 2017. His areas of special interest and focus include the care of upper and lower-extremity injuries, administration of joint injections, complex casting/splinting/bracing, incorporating orthotics into orthopedic care, and fracture and wound management.