New Hampshire Magazine Honors Access Sports Physicians with 2017 Top Doctor Awards

New Hampshire Magazine recently honored four of our physicians with Top Doctor awards for 2017! Joshua A. Siegel, MD, Roderick J. Bruno, MD, A. David Davis, MD and H. Matthew Quitkin, MD, MBA have each received accolades from the publication, in addition to their recent Castle Connolly Top Doctor awards.

Physicians across the Granite State are selected by their peers to receive this annual award. New Hampshire Magazine surveyed doctors on who they would choose to provide medical care for their friends and loved ones, and doctors with the most votes are determined as a Top Doctor in New Hampshire.

Dr. Bruno and Dr. Quitkin have been recognized specifically in the field of Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery, while Dr. Davis has been honored for Orthopaedics and Dr. Siegel for Sports Medicine.

“It’s an honor to receive this award,” Dr. Siegel said. “This recognition speaks to the dedication and care the entire team at Access Sports has for our patients. With every award, we are humbly reminded of the importance of our services, and propelled forward with a continued commitment to putting our patients first.”

Dr. Siegel is the Sports Medicine Director at Access, and this is his ninth time receiving a Top Doctor award from New Hampshire Magazine. He is also a US Olympic Committee team physician, a US ski team physician and covers USGA and PGA tour events. Dr. Siegel is also the team physician for many Seacoast area high schools, including Phillips Exeter Academy. He has spent the better part of his career bringing advancement for the prevention and treatment of athletic injuries to the Seacoast and was instrumental in developing the athletic training programs that most of the local high schools utilize.

Dr. Siegel specializes in knee and shoulder arthroscopy and minimally invasive techniques for rotator cuff repairs, shoulder instability, meniscus tears and anatomic ACL reconstructions. He also has developed a biologic treatment expertise using platelet rich plasma and stem cell therapies in the tretamnt of injuries. His new focus is developing alternative pain treatments to avoid use of opioids.

Dr. Bruno has published many works pertaining to hand and upper extremity trauma, reconstruction and congenital deformities. He has previously served as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Tufts University School of Medicine, New England Medical Center and the Floating Hospital for Children.

“Being selected by my peers as one of the top specialists in orthopaedics in the state of New Hampshire is a true honor,” said Dr. Davis. “I consistently strive to provide my patients with the best care possible, using all that modern orthopaedic sports medicine has to offer. The best part of my day is when I can get someone fully recovered from an injury that has kept them on the sidelines of life and finally get them back in the game.”

Dr. Davis specializes in arthroscopic surgery with a focus on ACL reconstructions, meniscus repairs, shoulder dislocations, rotator cuff repairs and labrum repairs of the hip and shoulder. Using the latest technology in hip arthroscopic surgery, he also specializes in hip preservation.

“An award such as this, based on the recognition of our peers, is both gratifying and humbling,” said Dr. Quitkin. “While we as the physicians are named, this honor is really a testimony to the amazing team we have assembled at Access. Working together, we provide the outstanding care our patients have come to expect and which this award reflects. We appreciate the respect our colleagues in the medical community have shown us and will continue to strive to justify their support.”

Dr. Quitkin’s specialties include hand and upper extremity injury treatment and surgery for children and adults. He currently serves as Co-Director of the Hand Center at Access Sports. Dr. Quitkin is also on the Board of Directors of the Northeast Surgery Center, a multispecialty ambulatory surgical center in Newington, NH, where he also serves as Medical Director.