“I like to help people,” Dr. Tsai says. That’s why he founded Mend Clinic in Salem, Oregon. A magna cum laude graduate of Brown University, Dr. Tsai completed his medical school training at New York University followed by a residency at the New York University Hospital for Joint Diseases—one of the leading orthopedic hospitals in the nation. Dr. Tsai continued his passion for orthopedics with a fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Tsai believes that patients should be an active partner in their care and treatment. Patients suffering from hand/arm pain often worry about surgery. Dr. Tsai knows that whenever possible, these issues should be addressed without surgery. However, when surgery is necessary, his expansive training, experience, and commitment to the patient yield the best results.
Dr. Keith Neaman is a board certified plastic surgeon with specialty training in hand and microvascular surgery. Having specialized training in both plastic surgery and hand surgery makes Dr. Neaman uniquely qualified to help patients suffering from orthopedic injuries including carpal tunnel, cubital tunnel, basilar joint syndrome, Dupuytren’s disease, DeQuervain’s tendonitis, arthritis, and a variety of hand and wrist fractures.
Originally from Salt Lake City, Dr. Neaman graduated from medical school from OHSU, completed a residency in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Grand Rapids Medical Education Partners, and Hand and Microvascular Surgery fellowship at the Hand Center of San Antonio. Today he is the founder of Neaman Plastic Surgery and co-founder of Mend Clinic Urgent Care in Salem, Oregon.
Dr. Neaman has published and lectured across the country as well as internationally. His articles have been featured in a variety of peer-reviewed journals such as Aesthetic Surgery Journal, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, and Journal of Burn Care Research.
Dr. Neaman is also committed to the community and is a co-founder of the OHSU Foundation’s Craniofacial Fund which hosts the Smiles of Oregon fundraiser for underserved Oregon children who require craniofacial care. In addition to his volunteer work and professional contributions, Dr. Neaman enjoys spending time with his wife and four children as well as camping, hiking, fishing, and exercising. He moved his family to Salem in 2013 with the dreams of owning some land to let the kids run wild, and have a bunch of fruit trees to tend.
With nearly two decades of medical experience, Doug Huntley brings a well-rounded set of skills and abilities to Mend Clinic which uniquely qualifies him to treat a variety of conditions. From the streets of Los Angeles working as an emergency medical technician to the complexities of Robotic surgery, Doug has learned much about treating people with the care and attention to detail each deserves. “I place an emphasis on quality care with the personal touch I would appreciate if I were a patient.”
As an automotive master technician, Doug approaches patient care with the same passion and drive to fix a problem and delivering a quality product.
Originally from Southern California, Doug and his family have called the Willamette Valley home for almost 14 years. Doug graduated from California State University, Long Beach before enrolling in the Midwestern University, Downers Grove Physician Assistant program where he graduated in 2003. Since then he has trained and worked with a variety of surgeons and providers in various fields such as orthopedic, general, robotic, bariatric and trauma surgery. Today at Mend Clinic, Doug specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of shoulder injuries and sports accidents including rotator cuff injuries, tendinitis, dislocations, sprains, broken bones, and more.
Doug enjoys a wide variety of activities with his wife and two children. Whether it is hiking the backyard he calls the MacDonald Forest, paddling the Willamette River or skiing mountains all over Oregon, Doug feels the outdoors are a place of endless activity and quality family time.