About Our Providers


DrReyesWeb.jpgMichael Reyes, MD is a Fellowship trained Orthopaedic Surgeon who rejoined Central Peninsula Bone & Joint Center in October 2020. Dr. Reyes previously cared for patients at the clinic from August 2017 until the fall of 2019 before leaving for a brief period in Anchorage.

Dr. Michael Reyes earned his medical degree from Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He completed his Fellowship and Residency at the University of Southern California Medical Center. Prior to his original relocation to Central Peninsula Hospital, Dr. Reyes treated patients at Kaiser Permanente in Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Dr. Reyes specializes in bone and joint issues pertaining to the hip and knee, including joint replacements and revisions. He also offers various in-office injections for the knee among other treatments. 


Heidi Sturgill, PA-C,S joined the Central Peninsula Bone and Joint Center in June of 2019.  Heidi, who is originally from the Kenai Peninsula, obtained her Bachelors in Biology from Cornerstone University in 2012 and then continued on to Idaho State University where she earned her Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies. 

Before joining the Bone and Joint Center, Heidi worked in general orthopedics diagnosing and treating a plethora of orthopedic conditions, performing a variety of procedures and assisting in a wide spectrum of surgeries.   Joint reconstruction always presented a unique and complex challenge from the preoperative planning, into the surgical procedure and through the postoperative rehabilitation.  She enjoys providing help and guidance as people progress and overcome through their rehabilitation and finds great satisfaction in seeing her patients obtain pain free and improved physical function. 

When not working Heidi enjoys spending time outside hiking, biking and camping with family and friends.   She looks forward to helping her fellow Alaskans live life to the fullest!