(Pictured left to right: Dr. Johnston, Dr. Clark, Dr. Hunt, Dr. Kimmerly, Dr. Adickes, Dr. Carreira)

Mark S. Adickes, M.D.
Dr. Adickes attended Baylor University as an undergraduate student of business, and then earned his medical degree at Harvard Medical School. He performed his orthopaedic surgery residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Dr. Adickes’ career in medicine follows a remarkable decade-long career in the National Football League, during which he was a member of the 1991 Super Bowl Championship Washington Redskins Team. He also has extensive volunteer experience with inner-city students, terminally ill children and the Special Olympics.
Dr. Adickes came to Vail with his wife Jackie and their children, Sophia, Micah, Gabriella, Elijah, and Eva.

Dominic S. Carreira, M.D.
Dr. Carreira earned his undergraduate degree in psychology at the University of Notre Dame and proceeded to the University of Illinois at Chicago to receive his degree in medicine, where he was named to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. He completed his residency at Rush University Medical Center. Dr. Carreira has been involved in numerous sports medicine research projects, most notably his study of arthroscopic bankart repairs, and he has published articles in The Orthopaedic Clinics of North America and Orthopedics.
Dr. Carreira, a fluent Spanish speaker, was joined by his wife Alicia and welcomed a new baby while in Vail.

Alexander Martin Clark, M.D. (Marty)
Dr. Clark graduated cum laude from Harvard with a degree in biology and earned his medical degree from Columbia University. He performed his orthopaedic surgery residency at New York - Presbyterian Hospital where he was named the Arnold P. Gold Resident of the Year. A former professional squash player and four-time U.S. National Champion, Dr. Clark has a keen interest in the clinical research of injuries sustained by amateur and professional squash players.
Dr. Clark and his fiancée Maja enjoyed moving to Vail and celebrated a Colorado wedding during his fellowship.

Stephen A. Hunt, M.D.
Dr. Hunt studied history as an undergraduate at Yale University, where he captained the varsity lacrosse team and received the Donald J. Reape Lacrosse Award in his junior and senior years. He received his medical degree from New York University and was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. He then completed his residency at New York University’s Hospital for Joint Diseases. Dr. Hunt has been published numerous times in such journals as Arthroscopy, Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Journal of Trauma, and Foot & Ankle International.
Dr. Hunt and his wife Mary came to Vail with their son Taylor, and had another child while in Vail.

Todd L. Johnston, M.D.
Dr. Johnston graduated magna cum laude from the University of Notre Dame with a double major in science pre-professional studies and Japanese, and he also received the Knute Rockne Scholar Athlete Award for outstanding achievement in academics and athletics. He went on to study medicine at the University of Iowa, during which time he completed an orthopaedic and medical elective in Japan. Dr. Johnston performed his orthopaedic residency at Northwestern University, and his research experience includes radiographic evaluations of cervical pedicles as well as studying the biomechanical comparison of multi-axial cervical pedicle screws.
An accomplished collegiate track and field athlete, Dr. Johnston’s other interests include speaking Japanese, Tae Kwon Do, music composition and aviation.

William Scott Kimmerly, M.D. (Scott)
Dr. Kimmerly received his undergraduate degree in political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and he attended medical school at the University of Tennessee at Memphis. His orthopaedic surgery residency was completed at Emory University, where Dr. Kimmerly assisted with team coverage for the Georgia Tech and Emory collegiate teams. His research experience includes analysis of arthroscopic repair of rotator cuff tears, diagnosis and management of medial tibial stress syndrome, and arthroscopic shoulder stabilization procedures, and he has been published in such journals as Techniques in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery and Spine.
In addition to numerous outdoor interests, Dr. Kimmerly has coached youth soccer, basketball and baseball, and he enjoyed returning to the Western U.S. with his wife Bonnie. He now works for the Steadman-Hawkins Breckenridge Clinic.