With a collective knowledge of 30+ years of experience in the Orthopedic and medical field, Dr. Michael J. Gustavel and his staff will take care of your unique orthopedic needs.
Dr. Gustavel has been an Orthopedic Surgeon since 2002. He has treated thousands of patients both surgically and through non-surgical options. His passion for minimally invasive treatment has made him a forefront expert in arthroscopic surgery in the state of Idaho.
As a former Boise State physician, Dr. Gustavel has a passion for sports & outdoor activities. When not in clinic, you can find Dr. Gustavel running, biking, snowboarding, water skiing, golfing or playing basketball. He also loves spending time with friends and family, traveling, concerts, and playing guitar.
Mary Ann Ozier is a NCCPA, BLS, and ACLS certified surgical physician assistant that is currently affiliated at St. Alphonsus Medical Center, St. Lukes Regional Medical Center, and Treasure Valley Hospital.
In her free time, Mary is a Yoga Instructor for Hollywood Market Yoga and a Coach for the North Boise Soccer Team U10.
Amy is an NCCPA Board Certified Physician Assistant with over 25 years of orthopedic experience. Amy enjoys outdoor activities including hiking, biking, skiing and tennis. She also loves to travel and explore new places.
Christine Hughes is a Clinical Athletic Trainer currently obtaining her doctorate in the DAT program at the University of Idaho. She obtained her baccalaureate in athletic training and minor in psychology at Loras College. Her professional interests include research, patient oriented care, and continuously increasing knowledge. Christine has obtained courses in PRRT, PRT, Mulligan, FMS, SFMA, neurodynamics, RNS, AAT, and energy medicine. Throughout her life, she has been a competitive swimmer, cheerleader, dancer, freestyle skier, dressage rider, soccer player, and most other sports. In her free time she enjoys skiing, yoga, outdoor activities, and backpacking. She is also a ski instructor and animal lover.
Our belief is every patient should be treated in the same way we would treat our own family member.
We strive to provide the best care possible to each patient, from initial evaluation, formulation of a concise treatment plan, execution of that plan, and return to full activity.
It is our focus to bring efficient, personal, and patient focused orthopedic care to the Boise community.