Born and raised in Forest City, North Carolina, Dr. Casp completed his undergraduate education at Princeton University. He was an NCAA Division I wrestler for the Tigers andgraduated with a degree in Economics. After a short stint in finance, he attended medical school at the University of North Carolina, where he coached the club wrestling team. He was awarded a NIH grant for his research efforts during medical school.
Dr. Casp completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at the University of Virginia. During residency, he had the pleasure of caring for the NCAA Championship basketball team and UVA Athletics, as well as providing team coverage for several local high school athletics teams. Dr. Casp acted as Administrative Chief Resident during his final year of residency and was chosen as an American Orthopaedic Association resident leader. He published numerous peer reviewed articles during residency and his research has been presented at both national and international meetings. His research interests include health economics, policy impacts on orthopaedics, and optimizing outcomes in shoulder arthroplasty and ACL reconstruction. He is excited to move to Vail with his wife, Molly, and their two young sons. They look forward to exploring all the outdoor experiences Vail has to offer and chasing after toddlers at altitude. Dr. Casp’s interests outside of medicine include physical training, trivia, snowboarding, golf, and woodworking.