January 3, 2010 – Vancouver, WA – Rebound Orthopedics & Neurosurgery, a private medical practice, wins four 2010 Best Doctor awards from Portland Monthly Magazine. The doctors are Jay Crary, M.D., Best Orthopedic Surgeon; Mark Colville, M.D., Best Sports Medicine Doctor; Jerod Cottrill, D.O., Best Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; and George Shanno, M.D., Neurological Surgery. Portland Monthly Magazine’s Top Doctors are nominated by 5,000 doctors and 2,000 registered nurses in the Portland tri-county area and southern Washington. The doctors are not allowed to vote for themselves.
Rebound’s doctors were selected out their peers at some of the large instutions in Portland including Oregon Health & Sciences University, Kaiser, and Providence. “We find it significant that four doctors working at Rebound, a private pratice located in Vancouver, were recognized amidst these larger Portland institutions.” Said Dave Bennett, Rebound CEO. “Rebound physicians are all highly trained and we consider them to be the best in their practice area. Its nice to have this public acknowledgement as it affirms our own commitment to excellence.”
Dr. Jay Crary is an orthopedic surgeon, specialing in problems of the foot and ankle. He has been a surgeon at Rebound since 1999. This is his first nomination as one of Portland Monthly’s Top Doctors.
Dr. Mark Colville is an orthopedic surgeon, specializing in knee, shoulder, and sports medicine. He started his practice at Rebound in 1995. Dr. Colville is the official team physician for the Portland Winterhawks, Portland State University Athletics, and Concordia University Athletics.
Dr. Cottrill is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation with fellowship training in interventional spine and sports medicine. He is a regional medical provider the U.S. Ski and Snowboard teams. Dr. Cottrill started working at Rebound in 2004.
Dr. Shanno is a neurological surgeon who is fellowship trained in endovascular and cerebrovascular neurosurgery. He has been practicing at Rebound since 2002.