Dr. Nathan Holmes Maximizes Patient’s Relief While Minimizing Damage
For seven years, Gail suffered from knee pain caused by a slip while hiking, which only got worse with time. The source of her pain came from large calcium deposits which had developed in the quadriceps tendon above her knee.
After many opinions, Gail did not seem to be making any headway until she spoke with the doctor who had performed successful shoulder surgery on her son. After examining the knee joint, the doctor recommended TenJet, a minimally invasive procedure for chronic tendon pain. He referred her to fellowship-trained primary care sports medicine specialist Dr. Nathan Holmes. With his expertise, Gail’s years of debilitating knee pain and search for relief came to an end.
From barely being able to use the stairs to a weekly four-mile hike, Gail could finally return to being her active self.