Coming to Colorado by way of New England, Dr. Ferrari received an early introduction to orthopedics as a career through his father, the head of Sports Medicine Orthopedics at The University of Massachusetts Medical Center, and one of the team orthopedists for the Boston Red Sox. His father’s enjoyment of the profession and the successful outcomes of his patients rubbed off on his son, who eventually decided to follow in his father’s footsteps. Despite a childhood filled with hockey and baseball, he fortunately never needed his father’s orthopedic services.
Following his academic years, Dr. Ferrari moved to Colorado, where he became the director of Sports Medicine at Denver Health Medical Center. In 2001, he relocated his practice to Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Specialists.
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Fellowship–Sports Medicine–Rush, Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center
Residency–Orthopedic Surgery–The University of Connecticut Health Sciences Center
Medical School–The University of Massachusetts
Immunology Research–Harvard Medical School