From Left to Right
Front Row - Dr. Gregory Sawyer, Dr. Mark Hamming, Dr. Jared Johnson, Dr. Michael Ellman, Dr. Anthony Cerminara, Dr. Jeffrey Joglowski, Dr. Tommy Haytmanek, Dr. Coley Gatlin
Second Row - Dr. Hackett, Dr. Steadman, Dr. Philippon, Dr. LaPrade,Dr. Clanton, Dr. Millett
Steadman Philippon Sports Medicine Fellows 2013-2014
Anthony Cerminara, M.D.
Dr. Cerminara graduated summa cum laude from Gannon University in Erie, PA. He attended Gannon on a football scholarship and was awarded with NCAA Division II all academic honors. After college, he attended medical school at the State University of New York at Buffalo where he graduated first in his class.Dr. Cerminara then traveled to Miami, FL to pursue his residency in orthopaedic surgery at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital. While in Miami, Dr. Cerminara had the pleasure of covering the University of Miami football, baseball and basketball teams, the Miami Marlins baseball team and served as the team physician for a local high school in Hollywood, FL. He also obtained advanced training in musculoskeletal trauma at Miami’s Ryder Trauma Center.
Dr. Cerminara will be moving to Vail with his wife Sarah, a dermatologist, who will be working at Vail Dermatology. His interests outside of medicine include fishing, hiking, and skiing.
Michael B. Ellman, M.D.
Born and raised in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Dr. Ellman matriculated at the University of Michigan for his undergraduate studies and medical school training, where he graduated with honors at both levels. As an undergraduate, he spent six months studying Spanish language and culture in Seville, Spain. During medical school, Dr. Ellman earned the Dean’s Commendation for Excellence in Clinical Skills and the Art of Medicine, and further developed his medical Spanish skills through work at a small clinic in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Dr. Ellman completed his residency training at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. As a resident, he published several research studies focused on articular cartilage biology and biochemical pathways involved in osteoarthritis, and was awarded the American Academy of Orthopaedics Baxter Healthcare Scholarship for his work and interest in hip cartilage preservation. Dr. Ellman also participated in sports team coverage for several local teams, including the Chicago Bulls, Chicago White Sox, Depaul men’s and women’s soccer teams, and multiple high school football teams.
Outside of work, Dr. Ellman enjoys participating in a variety of outdoor activities and sports, including basketball, hiking, and skiing. He will be moving to Vail with his wife Julie, who works as a pediatric Nurse Practitioner.
Jeffrey R. Jaglowski, M.D.
Born and raised in Erie, Pennsylvania, Dr. Jaglowski attended Mercyhurst College in his hometown where he majored in Sports Medicine. Clinical experience with collegiate athletics over those years led him to certification as an Athletic Trainer. He subsequently pursued graduate studies at the Pennsylvania State University in Hershey, PA where he received his Master of Science degree in Anatomy and performed basic science and clinical cancer research for which he received numerous grants.
Following graduate school he began medical school at Penn State where he continued to foster interests in Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine. He was elected a member of Alpha Omega Alpha and graduated with honors. Dr. Jaglowski completed residency training at the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program in Boston, MA and served as chief resident at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Jaglowski enjoys ice hockey, skiing, golfing, fishing, guitar, and looks forward to an amazing year in Vail with his wife Heather. Following fellowship he will begin practice in Houston, TX.
Jared Johnson, M.D.
Jared grew up in the mountains and skiing in Salt Lake City, Utah. He attended the University of Utah where he studied business administration and finance. He then moved on to New York City and medical school at Cornell Medical College. During medical school he was awarded the T Campbell Thompson Award for excellence in orthopaedic surgery from the faculty of The Hospital for Special Surgery. Following medical school he moved to Los Angeles and completed his residency training at UCLA. During residency he was involved in several research projects and was published in journals such as the The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Journal of Biomechanics and the Journal of Cellular Biochemistry.
He and his wife Nancy are very excited to be moving back to the mountains. It is what they love and can't wait to teach their daughters to ski, hike and fish.
Mark Hamming, M.D.
Dr. Hamming graduated from Northwestern University in his home city of Chicago, Illinois with a B.S. in biology and a minor in Spanish. While at Northwestern, he was named MVP and captain of the swim team, received All-American honors, and competed at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Dr. Hamming obtained his medical degree at Rush Medical College where he discovered his interest in Orthopaedics. Upon completing medical school, Mark traveled to Duke University for an Orthopaedics residency. Throughout his residency, he provided physician coverage for Duke’s many varsity athletic teams including football, basketball, and lacrosse. During residency, Dr. Hamming’s research focused on ACL grafts.
Dr. Hamming will be joined by his wife Lesley and their 8-month old son George in October. Lesley will start her career in Chicago as a patent attorney. She has a PhD in materials science and a JD. Mark’s other interests include skiing, golfing, hiking, and fly-fishing.
Gregory A. Sawyer, M.D.
Dr. Sawyer grew up in the foothills of western Maine and attended Colby College, where he double majored in chemistry and biology and graduated summa cum laude. He subsequently attended Dartmouth Medical School, where he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society. Following medical school, Dr. Sawyer completed his orthopaedic residency at Brown in Providence, RI. During his time at Brown he served as an assistant team physician for the men's ice hockey, men's lacrosse, as well as for the Providence Bruins, minor league affiliate of the Boston Bruins. While at Brown he was involved in multiple areas of research including biomechanical analysis of different ACL and tibial spine reconstruction techniques, patient outcomes following elbow arthroscopy, and an epidemiologic evaluation of Toradol use in athletes. Following completion of his residency, Dr. Sawyer completed a one-year fellowship in orthopaedic trauma surgery at Rhode Island Hospital under the guidance of Dr. Christopher Born and Dr. Roman Hayda.
Dr. Sawyer and his wife Annah are very excited to be moving to Colorado with their three-month old daughter Lylah. They will be living in Edwards and are looking forward to enjoying all of the outdoor activities that the Rocky Mountains have to offer!
The Steadman Clinic Foot & Ankle Fellow 2013
C. Thomas Haytmanek, Jr, M.D.
Dr. Haytmanek graduated Cum Laude from Wake Forest University in North Carolina with a major in chemistry and a minor in physics. Following college Tommy attended Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, closer to his hometown of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. After graduating Cum Laude at Jefferson he completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at Duke University. During his training he completed research projects published in The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, and Foot and Ankle International.
Dr. Haytmanek is moving to Colorado with his wife, Larisa, and new child, Abigail. He enjoys golfing, skiing, fly fishing, and spending time with Abby and Larisa. He is very excited to spend a year in the mountains.
2013 Steadman Philippon Research Institute Sports Medicine Imaging Fellow
Coley Gatlin, M.D.
Dr. Coley Gatlin graduated cum laude from the University of Texas at Austin with a BA in Biochemistry and attended the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) obtaining his medical degree. Next, he completed a UNC affiliated family medicine residency and primary care sports medicine fellowship in Greensboro, North Carolina. During his residency and fellowship, Dr. Gatlin provided sports coverage for several local high schools, Elon University, and the Burlington Indians (Class A farm team for the Cleveland Indians).
Thinking the medical training was over, he moved to Kerrville, Texas and joined a family medicine private practice. He transitioned to full-time emergency room work after realizing he enjoyed acute care medicine and sports medicine more than the geriatric and hospital-based internal medicine required of private practice. Dr. Gatlin provided sideline sports coverage for several local high schools and Schreiner University. Also, he worked with one of the local orthopedic surgeons to establish a Saturday morning sports clinic. Dr. Gatlin enjoyed serving as medical director for a rural health clinic in Utopia, Texas for 4 years. He served one year terms as vice president and then president of the Kerr-Bandera Medical Society in 2005 and 2006. He returned to UTHSCSA for additional residency training in diagnostic radiology and completed the training in June 2013.
Dr. Gatlin enjoys spending time with his wife, Andrea, and kids when not at work. He enjoys most outdoor activities with special interest in cycling, mountain biking, hiking, fly fishing and downhill skiing. Revolutionary War History and attending music venues are additional interests.