Dr. Micah Worrell spent the majority of his childhood in rural Missouri before settling and being married in Colorado as an adult. As a competitive road cyclist, Dr. Worrell understands the demands placed on an active body related to both acute and chronic injuries. Dr. Worrell is a dedicated Osteopathic physician and orthopedic surgeon who has made it his priority to understand and treat his patients as a complete person, helping them return to an active and fulfilling life as quickly and safely as possible.
Fellowship trained in both hand/wrist as well as shoulder/elbow surgery, Dr. Worrell is specifically interested in any disorder that negatively impacts a patients lifestyle and activity level. From shoulder arthritis and rotator cuff injury to trigger finger, carpal tunnel, and thumb arthritis he takes pride in working in partnership with his patients to provide both non operative and operative avenues to attain their desired level of activity and comfort.
American Osteopathic Board of Orthopedic Surgery
Fellowship–Hand and upper extremity surgery, University of Alabama Birmingham
Residency–Orthopedic surgery, Mercy St Vincent Medical Center Toledo, Ohio
Medical school–Midwestern University, Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Undergraduate–B.S., University of Colorado, Denver