Welcome to DesioSportsMedicine
As a 3 time Ironman Triathlete finisher, Dr. Desio understands the drive and dedication to achieve your goals. He has built his practice on the principles of trust, communication, and attention to detail.
According to the American Registry, Dr. Stephen M. Desio have once again been selected for the Patient’s Choice Award. Congratulations to both for also being named a Most Compassionate Doctor.
Dr. Desio is also the recipient of Castle Connolly’s Top Doctors Award, as well as a Top Doctor in the Worcester Telegram and Gazette Review.
Every month, more than 40,000 patients across the US provide online feedback about their experiences with their doctors. They rate various components such as bedside manner, doctor-patient face time, degree of follow-up, courtesy of office staff, and overall opinions.
Over the course of the year, these reviews have totaled hundreds of thousands of patient opinions. While physicians generally receive positive reviews from their patients, only a select few receive uniformly rave reviews across the board. Of those that receive rave reviews, only physicians like Drs. Stephen M. Desio – with near perfect scores, has been voted by his patients for this honor. In fact, of the nation’s 720,000 active physicians, less than 5% were awarded this honor by their patients in 2010.
Thank you for your support, as we continue to provide an unparalleled medical and surgical experience.
Dr. Stephen M. Desio brings his 20 years experience as a Sports Medicine Orthopedic Surgeon to the team to prevent, diagnose and treat injuries. His practice philosophy is centered on fitness and conditioning to reduce the risk of injury in sports.
He is Board Certified in both Orthopedic Surgery, as well as Sports Medicine.
His accomplishments include presentations on sports medicine medicine research at national and regional conferences, and he has published articles in nationally recognized journals. He was the team physician for the Worcester Tornadoes Professional Baseball team. Most notably, he was a Team Physician at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, where he worked in the Polyclinic in Olympic Village, providing medical care to athletes from over 28 countries. He also worked as a liaison to other team physicians from around the world.
He now is in private practice in Worcester, Massachusetts, and continues to focus his practice on sports medicine, arthroscopic surgery, Knee Replacement Surgery, Shoulder Replacement Surgery, including the Reverse Shoulder Replacement, and disorders of the knee and shoulder.