Dr. Victor Romano
As a life-long resident of Oak Park and River Forest, Dr. Romano is honored to be practicing orthopaedics in his hometown for over 25 years. He does his best to serve this outstanding community, pledging to give you compassionate and quality orthopaedic care in a timely manner.
Dr. Peter McQueen
Dr. McQueen is an Orthopaedic Surgeon who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of shoulder, elbow, knee, and hip disorders, as well as general orthopaedics and fracture care. He performs joint replacements as well as minimally invasive joint surgery.
Morgan Crandall, PA-C
Morgan Crandall is a Physician Assistant nationally certified by the NCCPA practicing in orthopaedics. She completed her Bachelors of Science degree in Biology at DePauw University located in Greencastle, Indiana and then earned her Masters of Physician Assistant Studies at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Manchester, New Hampshire. Morgan is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA), Illinois Academy of Physician Assistants (IAPA), and Physician Assistants for Global Health (PAGH).
Morgan treats a wide variety of orthopaedic issues as well as assists Dr. Romano in the operating room. She is especially passionate about her patient’s bone health and focuses on the prevention, education, and treatment of osteoporosis.
In her free time, Morgan enjoys camping, skiing, and spending time with her friends and family.
Megan McCaleb, PA-C
Megan McCaleb received her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She went on to graduate from Midwestern University’s Physician Assistant Program in 2016. Megan works closely with Dr. Romano in the clinic setting and operating room.
Before Megan attended Physician Assistant school, she was a Patient Care Technician at Adventist LaGrange Memorial Hospital on the cardiology unit for two years. During her time in graduate school, Megan gained hands-on experience in many fields of medicine including general surgery, orthopedic surgery, wound care, family medicine, and internal medicine. She evaluates and treats many orthopaedic conditions and along with the other physician assistant, runs a bone health clinic for treatment of osteoporosis in our patient population.
During college, Megan volunteered at Carle Foundation Hospital on the Cardiac Rehab and Surgical units helping patients of all of ages recover after surgery. Recently, she has volunteered her time at Feed My Starving Children with her fellow classmates preparing food for families in need.
Megan loves going to work out classes, trying new restaurants in the city, and spending time with friends and family in her free time.