Orthopedic Local News

Mack Dorf Recognized in the Vail Daily

Dec 16, 2021

A big congratulations to Mack for earning a spot on the LUX cycling team!

This is an elite under-19 development team that races in Europe and the US.

Read the full article here:

Vail Mountain student named to elite cycling development team

Dr. Dorf First to Operate at Dillon Surgery Center

Dec 2, 2021

Dr. Dorf made history yesterday by performing the first surgery at the new Dillon Surgery Center.

The first patient was given excellent care by all of the staff. 

Another Patient Thank You

Dec 14, 2020

Supporting The Cycle Effect

Nov 20, 2020

Dr. Dorf and Sue have dedicated another year of support to young women through mountain biking. Seen below is a very sweet thank you from one of their team members.

Race Car Crash

Oct 30, 2020

Not all of Dr. Dorf's patients get injured on the mountain. A few patients have slightly crazier stories.

Here is a video of Dr. Dorf's patient crashing his race car at high speeds.

The aftermath including the steering wheel hanging out of the car.

State Champion

Jul 24, 2020

Mack took 1st place at the Time Trial State Championships with a time of 26.41. Way to go, Mack!

Mack, Dr. Dorf, and fellow racers after racing in a hail storm.

Many Patient Thanks

Jul 17, 2020

Dr. Dorf takes pride in his patient's outcomes. Here are a few kind patient thank yous for the great care they were given. 

Many Thanks from Dr. Dorf's Students

Jul 15, 2020

Teaching is a big part of Dr. Dorf's daily routine. Whether he is seeing his patients in the office or in the operating room, there is always an opportunity to learn something new! Here are some thank yous from a couple of his students shadows.

Support for the Cycle Effect

Dec 20, 2019

A very sweet thank you from someone who was able to enjoy the Cycle Effect last year!

Rotator Cuff Implant

Nov 15, 2019

Dr. Dorf has been utilizing the Regeneten Bioinductive Implant to treat patients with partial thickness rotator cuff tears. The implant is placed over the rotator cuff tendon where it will eventually reinforce the partially torn rotator cuff.