Dr. Bradley is a board certified general surgeon in Chelan, WA. She received her medical degree from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine and has been in practice since 2007. She trained in general surgery at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, the first approved surgical residency in the Pacific Northwest. After volunteering for two years in a very busy hospital in West Africa, Dr. Bradley is now practicing in her hometown of Chelan, Washington. She treats conditions involving the abdomen, skin, breast, soft tissue, hernias and trauma. To minimize post-operative pain and recovery time, she performs many operations using minimally invasive techniques.
Stacy Harms, MD, FACS
Dr. Harms (Zabriskie) is a board-certified general surgeon. She received her medical degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and completed her General Surgery training in Tennessee. She has previously worked in Newport, Washington, Missouri and Zimbabwe. She treats conditions involving the abdomen, skin, breast, soft tissue, hernias and wounds. She has special interests in international medical and surgical care and minimally invasive surgery.
Joshua Schkrohowsky, MD
Dr. Schkrohowsky is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon with specialty training in sports medicine and ACL surgery. Dr. Schkrohowsky earned his medical degree from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland and pursued a fellowship in Sports Traumatology at the SportsClinic Austria in Innsbruck under team physicians for the Austria ski team. He performs knee, shoulder and other orthopedic surgery in Chelan.
Trent Lyman, PA-C
Trent is a certified physician assistant who works with orthopedic surgeon Joshua Schkrohowsky at Lake Chelan Health Specialty Care. He has twelve years experience in healthcare, including time as a combat medic. He earned his nursing degree from Utah Valley University and followed with physician assistant training through the Army’s Interservice physician assistant program, which included orthopedic rotation. Trent is fluent in Spanish.
Theodore Manos, MD
Dr. Manos is board certified in pain medicine and anesthesiology and is a Northwest native who graduated Summa Cum Lauda from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington with dual degrees in Chemistry and Philosophy. Dr. Manos then trained and graduated from the University of Washington school of medicine in Seattle and graduated from his residency training in anesthesiology at the University of Michigan before moving back to the Northwest. Dr. Manos has enjoyed the practice of pain medicine which has been an integral part of his practice experience in Tacoma, Arizona, and more recently in the Wenatchee and Chelan areas. He has extensive experience in treating numerous painful conditions by working on methods of pain reduction through minimally invasive procedures and therapies.