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.
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.
Katie Kruger, PA-C
Katie Krueger knew she wanted to be a Physician Assistant since volunteering as a teenager at the local hospital in her hometown. She grew up in Colorado and attended undergraduate school at Fort Lewis College. Katie worked as a medical assistant and limited scope x-ray technician in orthopedics prior to becoming a Physician Assistant. Katie graduated from the University of North Texas Health Science Center with a Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies in 2010. She has a background in family medicine, urgent care and occupational medicine. She finds orthopedics and sports medicine a gratifying field to work in because she can help patients recover from injuries and overcome ailments to return to an active lifestyle.