My care philosophy is that all patients, from non-athletes to week-end warriors to professional athletes, deserve to understand the nature of their injury or condition. Patients should always be given a clear explanation of their condition in terms that they understand. They must be given choices regarding their treatment and allowed to make their own educated decisions based on the most up-to-date research and guidelines that are available.

Biking, Snowboarding, College Football, Woodworking, Guitar, Piano, Spending time with family, Traveling, Reading (History)


Monday: 7am - 7pm
Tuesday: 7am - 7pm
Wednesday: 7am - 7pm
Thursday: 7am - 7pm
Friday: 7am - 7pm
Saturday: 7am - 12:30pm
Sunday: Closed

Qualifications and experience

Orthopedic Sports Medicine, Bones, Joints and Muscles
University of Southern Mississippi (MS) (1995)

Cornell University Weill Graduate School Of Medical Sciences (2003)

University of Oregon (1997)

Clinical interest for patients

Knee arthroscopy, ACL reconstruction, Meniscus surgery, Knee arthritis, Cartilage restoration, Shoulder arthroscopy, Rotator cuff repair, Labral repair, Shoulder stabilization, shoulder arthritis, UCL reconstruction, Elbow arthroscopy, Sports medicine, Lateral epicondylitis, Medial epicondylitis, Bicep/tricep rupture, baseball injuries

Volunteer activities

Team Medical Liaison:
Douglas County High School (2003-present)
Regis Jesuit High School (2003-present)

Physician Assistants in Orthopaedic Surgery (PAOS)
PAOS Scholarship Committee, (2013-present)
PAOS CME Committee, 2019

Colorado Academy of Physician Assistants (CAPA)
CAPA CME Committee Winter Meeting, Copper Mountain CO, 2019
CAPA Awards Committee, 2019

Manuscript Reviewer
Journal of Athletic Training (2007-2009)
NATA News (book review) (2007)