Meet Our Team
Donald W. Floyd, MD
Dr. Floyd is a board certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine and knee arthroscopy. Dr. Floyd has treated athletes of all levels from high school to the Olympics. He has spent over 30 years providing excellent quality orthopedic care to West Texas.
Dr. Ryan Rowland
After graduating from the Honors College at Texas Tech with a degree in Finance, Dr. Rowland attended the Texas Tech University School of Medicine, where he was the President of the Dean’s Ambassadors and Vice President of the Orthopedic Surgery Club. Dr. Rowland specializes in sports medicine, hip, shoulder and knee arthroscopy, shoulder and knee arthroplasty, cartilage restoration and fracture care.
Dr. Gage Liesman
Fellowship trained at Andrews Sports Medicine in Alabama in ACL reconstruction, shoulder/knee arthroscopy, elbow ligament injuries and fracture care.
Stephen Dodd, PA-C
Stephen was born in Houston, TX and raised outside of Portland, Oregon, where he graduated from Beaverton High School. In 1992, Stephen moved back to Texas to attend Abilene Christian University earning a B. S. in biology in 1996.
Mike Taylor, PA-C
Mike Taylor has been a PA for over 30 years. He began his career as a PA at the United States Air Force Hospital in Grand Forks, North Dakota in 1982 before moving to California to the Travis Air Force Base where he completed the Orthopaedic PA Residency Program and went on to become the Training and Program Director as well as a consultant to the Air Force Surgeon General.
Bryan Allen, APRN-BC, FNP-BC
Bryan was born and raised in Midland, TX. After graduating from Robert E. Lee High School, he earned his EMT Certification from Midland College followed by an associate’s degree in nursing. Bryan began working at MMH and ORMC in orthopedics, emergency medicine, and intensive care.
William “Hondo” Schneider, ATC
William “Hondo” Schneider joins Urgent Orthopedic Specialist after serving 35 years as a professional athletic trainer. Hondo was raised in Hondo, hence the name. He attended Texas Tech University receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education and Health in 1982, specializing in athletic training. He also received his Master’s Degree from Texas Tech in Sports Medicine in 1985.
JAMES “DOC” DODSON, ATC-LAT
James “Doc” Dodson has been serving the Permian Basin since 1958. After graduating from TCU, where he studied under the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association (SWATA) charter member, Elmer Brown, Doc moved to Midland and began his career as Head Athletic Trainer of Midland High School. In 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson awarded Doc a certificate of merit for saving a young girls life, and in 1972 he traveled to Munich, Germany, where he became the first high school athletic trainer to ever be invited to the World Olympic Games.
- Practice Manager: Diane Herrman, RN
- Clinical Manager: Janice Aguirre
- Tara Johnson, CNA, ROT
- Amanda Zarate, NRCMA, ROT