Shouder Pain - Diagnosis and Treatment
Scott Gibson, DO
Dr. Gibson has no disclosures.
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Dr. Gibson provides Shoulder and Elbow care along with Sports Medicine care at Northern Arizona Healthcare Orthopedic & Spine Institute. He splits his time between the Flagstaff clinic, inside the Summit Center, and the Prescott Valley clinic.
Dr. Gibson moved to Flagstaff 2 years ago from Fort Worth, TX where he has practiced as an orthopedic surgeon for the past 6 years. He first came to Arizona in 2004 to attend Midwestern University: Arizona College of Osteopathic medicine. Dr. Gibson’s orthopedic surgery residency was completed at Oklahoma State University in Oklahoma City. He chose to further subspecialize, and returned to Arizona to complete a fellowship in Shoulder & Elbow Surgery at the CORE Institute in Phoenix.
Having grown up in a small mountain town in western Colorado, he developed a love for an active, outdoor lifestyle and an appreciation for living in nature that is central to the people who live and thrive in the communities here.
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