Dr. Hardage joined Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center in 2004. After receiving his medical degree from The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Dr. Hardage went on to study family practice medicine at The University of Oklahoma – Tulsa College of Medicine, eventually becoming family practice Chief Resident.
After residency, Dr. Hardage completed a fellowship in primary care sports medicine from The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine.
When he’s not seeing patients at Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center, Dr. Hardage serves as team physician for Rogers State University, Northeastern State University, Claremore High School, and other area high schools.
Outside of his practice, Dr. Hardage enjoys playing golf and other sports and spending time with his family.
Dr. Hardage is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
He also has Added Qualification in Sports Medicine.
- American Academy of Family Physicians
- American Medical Society for Sports Medicine
"As you can see, I have had quite a bit of experience with EOOC. Dr. Hardage has been instrumental in all cases. Several years ago I went to him with trigger finger. He referred me to Dr. Bischoff. After two shots to try to relieve the pain, I eventually had surgery on my finger with great success. Later I began having great pain in my lower back with pain going down my legs. Dr. Hardage again came to my rescue. The diagnosis was spinal stenosis. He tried everything he knew to do giving me 3 shots in my lower spine for relief over a period of time. When this no longer helped my pain, he suggested I visit Dr. T. Boone. Dr. Boone and Dr. Rahhal did surgery. That was on February 15, 2015. Today I am so thankful for all they did for me. I am able to do nearly everything I want to. I am again exercising, working and enjoying life. I am 68 years old and looking forward to again regaining all my strength. I would not hesitate to tell others about my success with EOOC. Thank you so much!!!" – Dorothy G.