2013 Dayton Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis
2013 Honorary Orthopaedic Chairs
Montgomery Orthopaedic Surgeons and Associates- Dennis M. Brown; James J. Klosterman, MD; Brian Lewis, MD; Homayoun Mesghali, MD; Michael G. Raab, MD; and Jeffrey M. Rayborn, MD. The physicians and staff are committed to providing a wide range of orthopedic services to help improve bone and joint health and they strive to offer the best treatment options to enhance the quality of life.
2013 Honorary Chair
David Shuster, MD- is board certified in electrodiagnostic medicine and his practice is currently the only accredited electrodiagnostic laboratory in the region and the only practice to specialize exclusively in this medicine. Dr. Shuster is a clinical professor of orthopedic surgery, sports medicine and rehabilitation at Wright State University's Boonshoft School of Medicine where he teaches medical students and residents.
Allie Cheatham- age 5- was diagnosed at age 2 with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. Allie is still having problems with brittle bones and stiffness, but takes one day at a time. Her team is "Allinator" and the team has participated in Arthritis Walk and the Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis. She wants people to know that Kids Get Arthritis, Too!
Troy Weigel- age 7- had just turned 6 when he wa diagnosed with Psoriatic Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. To most, he looks like an active boy, but arthritis has definitely had an impact on his life as he wakes up achy and stiff most mornings. Troy and his family have participated in the Arthritis Walk and this is his first Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis. Troy wants to know what being a kid is like without chronic pain.
Sarah Nicole Bundschuh- age 19- was diagnosed at just 18 months with Pauciarticular Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. Sarah takes medication to keep her arthritis under control and leads a very active life as a sophomore at Ohio State University, majoring in physical education. Her team's name is "Ginger's Snaps". She hopes to inspire others who have been recently diagnosed or have had arthritis for a long time.