Hero of the Game.

I saved lives of soldiers and civilians thanks to you and Ann

Growing up, Dan Possley did not dream of being a doctor or a renowned Orthopedic Spine Surgeon, he dreamed of riding in the Tour de France. He even moved to Belgium and stayed at the Cycling Center with Ann and Bernard, for three years trying to become a pro-cyclist. But the reality was he wasn’t going to be a Tour de France competitor, so he moved back to Chicago to attend grad school but there was one problem, his grades.

After convincing the school to give him a shot, he held good on his promise and completed his degree at the top of his class and quickly found work with a cardiologist. But this is where Dr. Dan’s story takes a turn that would forever change his life.

Following the 9/11 attacks, he felt a calling to serve and joined the United States Army as an Orthopedic Surgeon. Soon after, he was deployed to the Helmand Province in Afghanistan where his skills were put to the test saving the lives of U.S. soldiers injured in combat.

Today, Dr Dan Possley is a renowned Orthopedic Spine Surgeon practicing with Cornerstone Orthopedics in the Denver, Colorado area. He is ranked as one of the top Orthopedic Spine Surgeons in the state and brings a different perspective to medicine, a blue collar background who can relate to his patients.