Nurse Practitioner

The Orthopedic nurse at TOCA is involved in the care and treatment of patients who have diseases or injuries of the bones, muscles, joints, and supporting connective tissue.

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A Family Nurse Practitioner, who may also be referred to by the acronym FNP, is a registered nurse with specialized educational and clinical training in family practice. Nurse practitioners have a higher degree of training, in both the classroom and clinical setting, than Registered Nurses do, although becoming an RN is a prerequisite.

Family Nurse Practitioners in particular are trained to work with both children and adults, most often in the context of a family practice or clinical setting. FNPs work with patients on maintaining health and wellness over the long term with a particular focus on preventative care.

Tracey Meyers, FNP-C

Tracey Myers, FNP-C (Surgery of the Hand, Wrist & Upper Extremity)

Tracey is a Certified Nurse Practitioner with The Orthopedic Clinic Association. She graduated from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas with her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing in 2012. After spending 5 years as an orthopedic surgical nurse, she completed her Master’s of Science in Nursing at the University of Texas at Arlington in 2017. She then became certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner, with a focus in Orthopedics. Her and her family shortly after moved from Dallas to Phoenix, where she pursued her passion in orthopedic surgery. Her, her husband, and their 1 year old son all enjoy spending time outdoors in their new desert surroundings and exploring the Phoenix attractions and activities.

FNP-C to Dr. Kraig Burgess, DO: Surgery of the Hand, Wrist & Upper Extremity

You can find Ms. Myers at the  TOCA Glendale clinic located at:
6320 W Union Hills Dr., Suite B-1800, Glendale, AZ 85308

Sana Shuttari, FNP-C

Ms. Shuttari graduated from Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan and is currently pursing a Doctoral Degree at Arizona State University, in Nursing Innovation and Leadership.

Sana’s role is to co-ordinate, integrate and facilitate the care of the spine patient along their health care journey. Sana provides a unique perspective to the care of the patient along side Dr. Stevens. Sana thrives on teaching and counseling her patients about their overall health. She enjoys interacting with patients to make sure they are well-informed to make the best decisions in their care. Sana’s goal is to positively influence your care across the health care continuum with the highest level of health and well-being.

Sana has been practicing for 10 years with a background in internal medicine, trauma, pain management and orthopedic spine. Currently she is actively involved in the research of  multi-modal interventions to manage pain. Her special interests include pain, physical medicine and rehabilitation.  She is committed to her patient’s to help restore their functionality.

Sana is excited to be joining The Orthopedic Clinic Association.

FNP-C to William R. Stevens, MD: Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

You can find Ms. Shuttari at the new TOCA SPINE office located at 3133 E.
Camelback Road Suite #245 (Second Floor) Phoenix, AZ 85016

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