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Dr. Stull graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania in 1984. He received his medical degree from Yale University in 1988, and then completed a residency in orthopedic surgery at the New York Orthopedic Hospital, Columbia Medical Center in New York City, graduating in 1993. He then received specialized training in sports medicine by completing a year-long fellowship at the University of Colorado and Aspen Valley Hospital in Aspen, Colorado. He has had experience treating professional, collegiate, high school, and all levels of recreational athletes. He has published extensively in the orthopedic literature including articles based on original research. Dr. Stull is the Official Orthopedic Doctor for the Colorado Mammoth and Denver Outlaw Lacrosse teams for Colorado.Read more
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Likelihood of recommending Dr. Stull to family and friends is 4.4 out of 5
Your wait time at our office on 12/1/2015 was excessive and we have taken measures to reduce this in the future. The injections that you received that day in our office for your shoulder pain was not a surgery charge that was stated on your Explanation of Benefits. Blue Cross Blue Shield categorizes the codes for the injection and considers them as a surgery procedure, even though it was performed in the office. As for the staff, please know that we have addressed this issue with them.