“I’ve been into aquariums since I was a little boy, and I decided to create an environment that was relaxing,” says orthopedic surgeon James Stuckmeyer. Years ago, he read in a medical journal that watching fish swim can lower blood pressure. So his new Lee’s Summit office boasts an elaborate aquarium.
“I’ve been into aquariums since I was a little boy, and I decided to create an environment that was relaxing,” says orthopedic surgeon James Stuckmeyer. Years ago, he read in a medical journal that watching fish swim can lower blood pressure. So his new Lee’s Summit office boasts an elaborate aquarium. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
“I’ve been into aquariums since I was a little boy, and I decided to create an environment that was relaxing,” says orthopedic surgeon James Stuckmeyer. Years ago, he read in a medical journal that watching fish swim can lower blood pressure. So his new Lee’s Summit office boasts an elaborate aquarium. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

Something’s fishy in the office … and it’s all good

October 14, 2016 07:00 AM

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