Dr. Steven Myers was born in Galion, Ohio and attended the University of Utah where he received a skiing scholarship for alpine ski racing. He later graduated with a zoology degree from Miami University of Ohio and attended Northeastern Ohio University College of Medicine, graduating in 1983. He trained in orthopaedic surgery at the Brown University Program in Medicine in Providence, Rhode Island and has been practicing in Colorado Springs since 1989.
Dr. Myers completed a hip surgery fellowship in Bern, Switzerland under the directorship of Dr. Reinehold Ganz. He currently focuses his practice on disorders of the hip, knee and lower extremities. He is also a team physician for the U.S. Ski Team and has served as a board member and chief of staff at Penrose Hospital. Dr. Myers’ extensive training in the anterior approach total hip arthroplasty has allowed him to train physicians from across the US, Canada and Australia. He has some of the most extensive experience with the anterior approach total hip technique, and has been using it successfully since 2002. Dr. Myers is married to Carol, who is a local artist. They have two children.
- B.A. in Zoology, Miami University, Oxford, OH
- Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, Rootstown, OH
- Rotating Internship, Akron General Medical Center, Akron, OH
- General and Orthopaedic Surgery, Rhode Island Hospital, Brown University, Providence, RI
- Hip and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland
- American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
- American Association of the Hip & Knee Surgeons
- Haueisen, D.C., Smith, B.S., Myers, S.R., Price, M.L."The Diagnostic Accuracy Of Spinal Nerve Injection Studies: Their Role In The Evaluation of Recurrent Sciatica." Clin. Ortho. 198:179-183, 1985.
- Herndon, J.H., Myers, S.R., Akelman, E. "Advanced Surgery." Nails: Therapy, Diagnosis, Surgery Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1990
- Myers, S. R., Fadale, P.D., Trafton, P.G. "Fracture Of The Anterior Process Of The Calcaneus As An Occult Cause of Foot Pain." Contemporary Orthopaedic Vol. 18 (4): 445-449, 1989.
- Myers, S. R., Herndon, J.H. "Silastic Implant Arthroplasty With Proximal Metatarsal Osteotomy for Painful Hallux Valgus." Foot & Ankle February 1990, Vol 10 (4): 219-223.
- Myers, S.R., Eijer, H., Ganz, R. "Anterior Femoroacetabular Impingement After Periacetebular Osteotomy." Clinical Orthopaedics And Related Research, Number 383, pp. 93-99, 1999.
- Myers, S.R., Henk, E., Ganz, R. ."Anterior Femoroacetabular Impingement After Femoral Neck Fractures." Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, September/October 2001, Vol 15 (7): 475-481.
Gavin H. Scott, PA-C
Physician Assistant to Steven R. Myers, MD
Audubon Medical Campus Office
Gavin was raised in Los Angeles, California where he dedicated much of his time to becoming an accomplished gymnast. While attending BYU-Idaho, he graduated with an associate’s degree in arts and sciences with an emphasis in biology. During college, Gavin took two years off to live in Peru as a service missionary. He speaks fluent Spanish. In 2006, Gavin graduated from D’Youville College in Buffalo, New York, where he earned his bachelor of science in physician assistant studies. Upon graduation, he worked for Rochester General Hospital in Rochester, New York as a surgical physician assistant. He assisted on many surgical services including neurosurgery, plastics, trauma, ear nose and throat, and general surgery. Gavin then transferred to the orthopedic department and continued working at Rochester General Hospital for four more years. Now Gavin is delighted to be working with Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group, where he works directly with Dr. Steven Myers. Gavin, his wife Beth, and daughter Ella are enjoying the change to the western United States and learning more about Colorado. They are pleased to be near family and enjoy spending time with them. Gavin loves to snowboard and is happy to be where there are real mountains with deep powder.
- Associate in Arts and Sciences in General Studies, BYU-Idaho, Rexburg, ID
- Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant Studies, D’Youville College, Buffalo, NY