I approach each patient with the understanding medical conditions or illnesses affect them in unique ways that play out in their everyday lives. It is important to help patients better understand their situation, and work with them to determine their best options for moving forward. This process involves working with the patient and often with other care providers to measure cognitive/behavioral/psychological changes that can accompany illness of injury.
Anthony is originally from Western Minnesota. He has a wife and two boys. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends, traveling, the outdoors, and being active playing sports such as tennis and basketball. Depending on the season, you can find Anthony outside running, wake boarding, or fishing in the summer, or sledding and building a snow fort in the winter with his kids.
Dr. Odland chose to become a health care provider because he likes getting to know people and help figure out how to best help them. His father was a family physician for years, and Anthony saw the far-reaching impact one individual can have on many.