Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback and Pro Football Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw knows better than most that sacrifices made on the field can have lasting effects. In 2015, the injuries and pain from 14 years in the NFL made it difficult for him to walk, play golf or meet the demands of his busy schedule as a co-host of “FOX NFL Sunday.” Terry turned to the expert orthopaedic team at UAMS for help. After a knee replacement with Dr. Lowry Barnes, ankle surgery with Dr. Robert Martin and wrist surgery with Dr. Theresa Wyrick, Terry is once again enjoying his work, hobbies and family with no pain or discomfort.
“UAMS was awesome. The entire staff of doctors and nurses was phenomenal. It couldn’t have been a better experience.” – Terry Bradshaw