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Dr. Daniel Fish

Orthoapedic Surgeon

Danbury Hospital

Medical School: University of  Rochester School of Medicine


Residency: University of Michigan, Ann Harbor


Internship: University of Michigan, Ann Harbor


Fellowship: Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine (Bertram Zarins, M.D., Director) Massachusetts General Hospital Harvard Medical School


Certifications: Board Certified, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Sub-Specialty Certification, Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Examiner for the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery


Clinical Interests:The relationship I have with my patients is the part of my career I value the most. Every patient is different. Whether I am establishing safety guidelines for the local Little League or examining professional football players and hockey players like the New England Patriots and the Boston Bruins during pre-season evaluations, I am constantly learning and being inspired by the people I treat.As an editorial reviewer for The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery and The American Journal of Sports Medicine, I stay current with the ongoing research and experiences of my colleagues. I strive to provide the latest innovations in orthopedics, while evaluating the risks and benefits of new technologies.Some injuries are preventable, some accidental, and others the casualty of high intensity sports, but they all can be devastating to the people and families involved. I have always had empathy for my patients, but after having sustained a serious orthopedic injury myself, I gained an even deeper understanding of the vulnerability a patient often feels. I bring this insight and awareness to work with me every day.There is nothing more fulfilling than helping my patients regain their health and mobility. That is my challenge and my reward

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From fractures to life-threatening events, from ear aches to stomach aches, from sore throats to sore muscles, our patients benefit from the highest level of care, right here at the base of Stratton Mountain.

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