For details on the educational background, extensive training and certifications of each of our staff members, please click on their photographs below.
Dr. Monique Grey
Medical Degree, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
Bachelor of Arts, Biology, Yale University, New Haven, CT
Orthopaedic Surgery, Yale New-Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT
Adult Reconstruction, Florida Orthopaedic Institute, Tampa, FL
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
"We both had bad knees. My husband William's had been bad for a long time, even back in the 70s when he was a policeman and had to have arthroscopic surgery to remove cartilage. Over the years he had a hard time getting in and out of chairs, up and down stairs, etc. I played the catcher position in softball for years, and all that crouching was hard on my knees. We both suffered a lot of pain before surgery. Dr. Grey was very thorough, nice and pleasant and she fixed us both up. We each had both knees operated on and now we move better, walk comfortably, play golf, and we're both free from pain."
William & Teresa Hatfield - Bilateral knee replacements
"Knee replacement surgery has come a long way in the past 10-15 years. Advancements in knee replacement materials, pain management, and physical therapy protocols after surgery have made the process much easier for patients. Motivated patients are walking on the evening of surgery and most patients are discharged from the hospital in 2-3 days. The Hatfields had two knee replacements each, a few months apart, and are a testament to ability to recover quickly from this procedure."
- Dr. Monique Grey
"I developed arthritis in my hip and knee and it got very painful. My husband and I love to take cruises and the pain got so bad that when we would get into port I would stay on the ship.
I called FMI and got an appointment with Dr. Grey. She replaced my knee and then a year later I had a total hip replacement. She took the time to talk to me before each procedure and had me do exercises before the surgery, which made recovery much better and enabled me to do rehab at home. Now there's no pain and I feel wonderful!"
Patricia Hellebrand - Knee and Hip Replacement
"Debilitating arthritis is most effectively managed with joint replacement when all non-surgical treatments have failed. The improvement in quality of life after knee and hip replacement is quite dramatic, particularly after years of pain and disability. When your ability to enjoy your favorite activities - travelling, golfing, bowling, gardening, tennis, pickleball - is negatively impacted by your hip or knee arthritis, it may be time to consider joint replacement."
- Dr. Monique Grey