Specializing in Hand Surgery, Shoulder and Elbow Reconstruction
I strive to care for every patient, just as I would care for my own family. I feel that every patient has individual needs and expectations. I spend time listening to my patients, in order to provide the most individualized, and up-to-date care for their specific situation. I stay current on all the latest techniques within my specialty including the entire spectrum of upper extremity conditions from the shoulder to the hand. I specialize in minimally invasive techniques and arthroscopy and strive to make treatment as painless as possible. Common conditions I see include carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger fingers, ganglion cysts, arthritis, elbow tendonitis, rotator cuff tears, and more!
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, 11, and Taleigh 9, including biking, hiking, skiing, snowmobiling, and camping every summer. The Davis family just added a new member to their household, a black lab Canine Companion service dog which the whole family is training together.
2016 Best of Englewood Awards for Doctors
Congratulations to Craig Davis, MD for being selected for the 2016 Best of Englewood Awards for Doctors
A Thank You from the Sheriff’s Office!
Dr. Davis and PA Abbott,
I just wanted to thank you for the great work you did on my shoulder. I really appreciate the skill, teamwork and dedication you both showed in getting me back to work.
I have enclosed a couple of things that I want you both to have as a token of my appreciation.
Dr. Davis, as a skilled orthopedic surgeon, I can’t think of anything more fitting than to offer you one of our commemorative knives from the Sheriff’s Office and a uniform patch.
Tim, there is also a patch for you, as well as one of our challenge coins. Challenge coins are usually offered as a token of appreciation and are regarded as something to bring us luck or to remind us of the job we do for others.
Both of you have done a tremendous job for me and it hasn’t gone unnoticed. Your staff is equally praise worthy.
Thank you all again for getting me back to the things I love to do!