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Craig Davis, MD

Biography

Dr. Craig Davis strives to care for every patient, just as he would his own family. He feels that every patient has individualized requirements and expectations, and he really takes the time to listen, in order to provide the most individualized, and up-to-date care for their specific needs. He stays current on the latest techniques within his specialty that includes the entire spectrum of upper extremity conditions from the shoulder to the hand. He also specializes in minimally invasive techniques and arthroscopy and strives to make treatment as painless as possible.

Dr. Davis completed medical school and orthopedic surgery residency at the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Davis’ fellowship experience includes hand surgery at the Philadelphia Hand Center, Jefferson University, and shoulder and elbow surgery at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center and Cornell University Hospital in New York City. Dr. Davis joined Colorado Orthopedics Consultants in 1996. Beyond the above conditions, Dr. Davis has expertise in, neutral, vascular, and bony trauma of the upper extremity, brachial plexus injuries, and prosthetic arthroplasty of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder. Carpal tunnel syndrome, and other nerve compression syndromes, arthroscopic surgery of the wrist and elbow, and reconstructive surgery for rheumatoid arthritis. Dr. Davis and his wife Lindsey, enjoy doing many outdoor activities with their kids Jordan, 16, and Taleigh 13, including biking, hiking, skiing, snowmobiling, and camping every summer. The Davis family is actively involved with the organization, Canine Companions for Independence. They are currently training Lassen, a golden retriever, to be a service dog.