About Our Providers
Michael 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.
Aaron Humphreys, MD FAAOS completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Colorado, followed by pursuing both his MD and a PhD in neuroscience at the University of Illinois. Upon obtaining his MD, he completed his residency training in Springfield, IL, at Southern Illinois University. Certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery and holding fellowship status with the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery, Dr. Humphreys has dedicated most of his career to serving small rural communities, including Southern Illinois, Central Montana, West Texas, and Kodiak. Bringing a solid foundation in general orthopedic surgery, he has contributed expertise by providing care for patients with conditions such as arthritic joints, fractures, ligament and tendon injuries, and nerve entrapment.
Offering a comprehensive range of services, Dr. Humphreys caters to a diverse patient demographic, delivering various interventions, including fracture care, arthroscopic procedures, and soft-tissue treatments. An avid outdoorsman, his passion led him to undertake the challenging project of rehabilitating a remote cabin. Collaborating with his son, step-son, friends, and family over three years, he gained valuable insights into weather, tides, logistics, and construction, making it a fulfilling project. Kodiak holds special significance as his first home in Alaska.
Now based in Soldotna at CPH, Dr. Humphreys is filled with excitement, eagerly anticipating the abundant opportunities the peninsula offers. Grateful and thrilled for the chance to reside in this remarkable locale, he looks forward to providing care to its exceptional community.