Congratulations are in order for four of Access Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics’ doctors. Joshua A. Siegel, MD, Roderick J. Bruno, MD, H. Matthew Quitkin, MD, MBA and A. David Davis, MD have all won a Castle Connolly Top Doctor Award for 2017.
To be chosen for a Castle Connolly Award, doctors are nominated by their peers and recognized as the most outstanding in their medical specialities. Award winners are determined as doctors that their peers would choose to provide medical needs for their friends and loved ones.
“These awards are a great achievement, not only for myself as a doctor, but for everyone at Access Sports Medicine as it is a testament to the care we have for our patients,” Dr. Siegel said. “I look forward to continuing to provide my patients with the most innovative and exceptional care possible.”
As Sports Medicine Director at Access, Dr. Siegel has been honored by Castle Connolly several times before. He specializes in treating sports medicine injuries and focuses on arthroscopic and minimally invasive procedures of the knee and shoulder.
Dr. Quitkin, a pediatric and adult hand and upper extremities specialist, has been recognized by Castle Connolly as a Top Doctor every year since 2013. He is a member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand and the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Quitkin has also made contributions to many distinguished publications on surgery of the hand and upper extremities.
Also focusing on treatment for hands and upper extremities, Dr. Bruno is an active member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, the New England Hand Society and the New England Orthopaedic Society.
Dr. Davis specializes in injuries relating to the shoulders, hips and knees as well as arthroscopic surgical procedures. In the past, he has worked as an assistant team physician for the Boston Celtics and Tufts University football and hockey programs. Currently, he is a team physician for several New Hampshire Seacoast high schools. He has also published a research article in the Journal of Arthroscopy that details the anatomy of the ACL in order to improve how ACL surgery is performed. The article achieved an Aircast Award for Scientific Presentation.