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In his heart a man plans his course, but the Lord determines his steps. Proverbs 16:9


"I never thought as a student athlete at Abilene Christian University, I would someday have the opportunity as a physician, to come back and serve the people of the Big Country. Through many changes in the plan, the Lord has brought us back to Abilene, and I feel privileged to help take care of you and your family. Whether an aspiring young athlete, a weekend warrior, a dedicated worker, or a lively senior, my goal is to help you get on the path of healing and restore your ability to enjoy a healthy active lifestyle. It is my honor to work with you to get back in the game, wherever your field may be."


Specialty
Orthopedic Surgery


Subspecialty
Sports Medicine
Shoulder Arthroscopy – Rotator Cuff and Labral Repair
Knee Arthroscopy – Ligament Reconstruction and Cartilage Repair
Total Knee, Hip, and Shoulder
Direct Anterior Total Hip Replacement
Partial Knee Replacement
Preventative Care and Joint Preservation
Trauma and Fracture Care


Undergraduate Education
Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX.
Bachelor of Business Administration – Summa Cum Laude
University Scholar/Academic Excellence Award
Member of ACU Wildcat Men’s Basketball Team
Served as a team captain - 1999 NCAA Division II Regional Finalist Team


Medical School
UNT Health Science Center
Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine
Fort Worth, TX
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine – with honors


Internship
UNT Health Science Center - Plaza Medical Center
Fort Worth, TX


Orthopaedic Surgery Residency
Oklahoma State University – Center for Health Sciences, St. Anthony Hospital – Oklahoma City, OK


Bio
Born in Lake Charles, Louisiana
Raised in Portland, Oregon and San Marcos, Texas
Played college basketball at Abilene Christian University and Howard College
Served as a medical missionary to Central America, South America, and Africa
Current Team Physician for multiple local Colleges and High Schools


Personal
Samuel and his wife Karol have four daughters. They are active members of a local church in Abilene. Dr. Maroney’s interests include time with family, missions, ministry, sports of all kinds, fitness, and reading.