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Diagnosis,treatment and surgery of medical conditions relating to the hands, wrist, elbow, and shoulder
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Michael G. McNamara, MD LLC Specializing in medical conditions and surgery of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder in Anchorage, Alaska
Dr. Michael McNamara
graduated from University of Washington Medical School in 1987 and completed his residency in Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Texas Health Science Center in 1993.
In 1994 he completed his Fellowship at the Hand Center of San Antonio and earned his Certification in Added Qualifications in Surgery of the Hand.
His specialized training includes hand, elbow, and shoulder surgery as well as trauma, sports medicine, and total elbow and shoulder replacement.
Dr. McNamara was a member of the US Air Force from 1988 to 1999 and served at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage from 1994 to 1999.
During his time in Alaska he was the Chief of Orthopedics at Elmendorf from 1997 to 1999.
Dr. McNamara then moved to Washington State and continued his surgical practice at The Everett Clinic from 1999 to 2002, serving as Chief of Orthopedics from 2001-2002.
family returned to Alaska in 2002 where he
private specialty clinic for surgery of the hand, elbow, and shoulder.
continues to enhance the field of medical research on the upper extremity by developing instruments specialized for the surgical procedures he
In February of 2013, Dr. McNamara
was awarded his
first patent-"Method for Aligning Upper Extremity Bones and Inserting Guide Device.
This patent, which was done in collaboration with 5 other medical engineers and providers, is specifically designed to target the scaphoid and lunate bones of the wrist and to aid in the repair of the scapholunate ligament.
For more information on Dr. McNamara's
current research, click on the Research link.
also finds time to enjoy the Alaskan outdoors with his
wife Joanne and their three children, Kirsten, Shannon, and Jacob.
He is an avid small plane pilot and enjoys exploring Alaska from behind the stick of a SuperCub.
also enjoys photographing his
many adventures including hunting, fishing, and skiing with his
family and friends.
has contributed his
expertise to many Alaska youth activity programs, such as soccer and ski teams.
In 2004 Robert joined Dr. Michael McNamara
in his practice of surgery for the hand, elbow, and shoulder.
© 2014 Michael G. McNamara
, MD, LLC
Her son Mike is in ...
Her son Mike is in his 2 nd year at the U. of Idaho.
© 2013 Michael G. McNamara
, MD, LLC
Michael G. McNamara, MD and Robert Thomas, PA-C
Michael G. McNamara MD
Hand-Elbow-Shoulder Surgical Specialist of Alaska
Humeral head resurfacing arthroplasty has evolved into a simple and reliable surgical option for shoulder arthritis.
© 2012 Michael G. McNamara
, MD, LLC
The Marietta Times: MC makes changes in mass media department - - The Marietta Times
Assistant professor Mike McNamara has been named the interim chair for the department, following the recent resignation of Tom Hodson, who left for a similar position at Ohio University.
...McNamara arrived at MC in June 2001, after five years as news anchor and producer at WTAP-TV in Parkersburg.He earned a bachelor's degree from Ohio University in 1973 and a master's degree from Marietta College in 2001.McNamara also gained experience as a staff announcer for The Armed Forces R/TV Service and as a reporter with Stars and Stripes while serving in the U.S. Air Force from 1966-70.
The Marietta Times: MC faculty and staff to co-anchor newscasts - - The Marietta Times
The faculty/staff members who have signed up so far include Liane Gray-Starner, Charles Dawes, Natalie Iadicicco, Howard Korn, Mike McNamara, Jeff Walker and Suzanne Walker.
...Mike McNamara, interim chair for the department, added, "I think it is a great idea, especially since it originated with our students.
In addition to something 'new and different,' this promotion will also introduce other members of the faculty and campus community to the mass media department and our regularly scheduled newscasts." McNamara
will also take a turn as a co-anchor on April 13.
"As a former news anchor, I am sure the students would like to see if their interim department chair can 'walk the talk,'" McNamara
The college campus television station WCMO-TV, Channel 7, broadcasts news 6:30 to 7 p.m. on Monday through Thursday during the fall and spring semesters.Marietta students produce, write and present the half-hour newscast in the college's studio in the McKinney Media Center
. Schedule of the guest news anchors on-air: Today - Liane Gray-Starner; Feb. 17 - Charles Dawes; March 2 - Natalie Iadicicco; March 16 - Howard Korn; March 23 - Jeff and Suzanne Walker; and April 13 - Mike McNamara.