Monica Morman, MD, is Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery and joined the medical staff in 2003. She attended medical school at the
University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham and completed her orthopedic surgery residency at the
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. She completed a
Hand Surgery Fellowship at the Hand Center in San Antonio, Texas; and took a sabbatical for a year in 2008 to pursue a
Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship at Harvard Medical School,
Massachusetts General Hospital.
Practicing in the same location for 12 years has given Dr. Morman the opportunity to develop long-term relationships with her patients and their families; she currently practicies with Campbell County Medical Group Orthopaedic Specialists. She says that a referral from a family member is the highest compliment a physician can receive.
Dr. Morman has seen many positive changes in medicine during her years of practice. Technological advances have made procedures like shoulder replacement safer for patients with a greater potential to improve function. And improvements in imaging equipment like CT and MRI let physicians see the body structures more clearly than ever before. She believes that patients are much more involved in their care and she appreciates the questions she gets, knowing that it means there is a greater chance for an optimal result when the patient understands what’s involved.
Dr. Morman and her husband Buddy have four children: Rowdy, 13; Jordan, 10; Ryder, 8 and Raylan, 2. Th eir children’s interests in rodeo and hockey keep the family busy, and they also enjoy skiing and snowboarding. Dr. Morman is looking forward to a family trip to the National Finals Rodeo this December in Las Vegas.
Thank you Dr. Morman, for providing our patients with excellent care!