Adam Duvall received care from a Norton Leatherman Spine surgeon as a teen and went on to fulfill a dream of winning a World Series.
Adam Duvall was a gifted baseball player at Butler High School in Louisville when he first saw Rolando Puno, M.D., surgeon with Norton Leatherman Spine Center, for low back pain. Duvall’s pain was not allowing him to play baseball.
Diagnosed with a fractured vertebra that Dr. Puno was able to fix through surgery, Duvall went on to play baseball for the University of Louisville, then was drafted by the San Francisco Giants. He helped the Giants win the World Series in 2014. Now he’s playing for the Cincinnati Reds.