Stuart D. Kinsella,
Spine Surgery, Neck & Back, Robotic and Navigation-Assisted Surgery
Stuart D. Kinsella, MD, MSTR, a native of Dover, Massachusetts, obtained his undergraduate degree in Biology from Harvard University, where he was a John Harvard Scholar. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and received the Mark Levine, M.D. Radiology Research Award for his work on shoulder imaging. While in medical school, he also obtained a Master of Science in Translational Research, utilizing tissue engineering techniques to develop an in vivo porcine model of bone and cartilage healing. He completed his internship and residency in the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program, where his primary clinical and research interests shifted from sports medicine to spine. He remained in Boston at Harvard for his fellowship with the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School Combined Spine Fellowship.
Dr. Kinsella began his career developing the first Globus ExcelsiusGPS robotic spine program on the east coast of Florida and performed over 100 robotic spine surgeries in just two years. He is skilled in complex open, minimally invasive, and robotic/navigation-assisted spine surgery. He has authored many clinical and translational research articles, book chapters, and presentations, and looks forward to further innovation with Steadman Philippon Research Institute (SPRI).
Dr. Kinsella’s approach to patient care is to always deliver the care solutions he would want for himself and his family. Outside of medicine, he maintains a healthy and active lifestyle through running, biking, weight-training, and attempting to keep up with his Vizsla, Tibby. In joining The Steadman Clinic, Aspen and Basalt, Dr. Kinsella and his wife are excited to take advantage of all that the Roaring Fork Valley has to offer.
Dr. Kinsella is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.