Dr. Stetson was recently featured in an episode of “The Doctors” television show titled ‘Unbelievable Stories of Survival and Hope.’ The episode highlighted the personal story of retired 101st Airborne Division Sergeant Joshua Hooker who, on April 29, 2006, was struck by a roadside improvised explosive device (IED) in Baghdad and suffered severe damage to both of his lower extremities. Sgt. Hooker’s left foot was amputated and his right foot, ankle and calf region underwent extensive surgery for repair. Touched by his story and drive to resume a productive civilian lifestyle as a high school football coach, Dr. Stetson offered to provide Sgt. Hooker with any future medical treatment he will need to regain full function of his lower extremities, free of charge. To learn more about Sgt. Hooker’s story and Dr. Stetson’s involvement in his recovery, please click the links below.