Patrick Tyrance, Jr is a licensed physician and orthopedic surgeon with 13-plus years experience. He received his bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he was also a three-year starter on the Husker football team. He earned his medical degree from Harvard Medical School and a degree in health policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. He completed his orthopedic surgery training at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Harvard Combined Orthopedic Surgery Program.
After years of performing joint replacement and arthroscopic surgeries, his medical practices now focuses primarily on integrative, holistic and non-operative management of musculoskeletal. He also has an interest in healthcare technology and telemedicine serving as an advisor for several start-up enterprises. He has recently completed an MBA from The George Washington University.
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Atypical accurately describes Robert Binford’s career. Robert began with a BS and MS in aerospace engineering from Texas A&M University. He specialized in control systems and flight testing, and his Thesis’s focus was flight test verification of computational and wind tunnel test models funded by NASA Langley. He worked for a couple of years in the defense industry with General Dynamics concentrating on advance designs of several air and aerospace design proposals. Robert then took a career change and attended medical school at The University of Texas Southwestern School of Medicine. While at Southwestern, Robert worked in the space research lab and helped in the preparation for Space-Life- Sciences 1 (SLS-1) mission onboard the Columbia space shuttle, which flew in 1991. After medical school, Robert specialized in cardiac surgery, and he has been in practice for 16
years. In that time, he has been at the forefront of minimally invasive heart surgery and robotic heart surgery. Currently, he is in practice in the Seattle area. Finally, Robert has served in the United State Air Force Reserves for many years and currently acts as critical care physician on a Critical Care Air Transport Team