Dr. Bravman graduated with honors from the University of Vermont with a BS in Biology and double minors in Chemistry and Studio Art. He played soccer as well as raced mountain and road bicycles for UVM. He then deferred acceptance to medical school to race bicycles at the semi-professional level in Boulder, CO for a year prior to entering UMNDJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at Rutgers. He spent an additional year of training between his 3rd and 4th years of medical school doing a clinical research fellowship at NYU-Hospital for Joint Diseases in the Sports/Shoulder and Elbow Laboratory and graduated medical school with honors in research. He completed his residency at the University of Colorado in Denver. His research interests have focused on clavicle fracture fixation, biomechanics of ACL and rotator cuff fixation, shoulder instability, as well as injuries in skeletally immature athletes.
Dr. Bravman is joined in Boston by his wife, Elizabeth and his two young children, Benjamin and Hannah and their dog, Keeli. He plans to pursue a career in academic sports medicine upon completion of fellowship.
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