Mark L. Purnell, MD
Education/ExperienceMark Purnell, M.D.
Specialty: Orthopedic Sports Medicine & Trauma
Medical School: University of Oregon Health Sciences Center, Portland, OR
Residency: University of Wisconsin Hospitals, Madison, WI
Fellowship: Aspen Sports Medicine Foundation
Certified: The American Board of Orthopedic Surgery
Diplomat of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons,Sports Subspecialty Certificate
PublicationsRESEARCH ON RABBITS LEADS TO NEW TREATMENTS FOR HUMANS
Congratulations to N. Lindsay Harris, MD, Eleanor von Stade, MD, Mark Purnell, MD of Aspen Orthopaedic Associates and Andrew Larson, BSME, the Aspen Sports Medicine Foundation, Director of Research.
In the May 2012 edition of The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery they published a research paper titled "The Effect of Platelet-Rich Plasma on Normal Soft Tissue in the Rabbit".
This important research investigates platelet-rich plasma which is reported to contain multiple growth factors, and has been utilized in orthopaedic surgery to aid healing in humans.
NEWLY PUBLISHED RESEARCH
Congratulations Mark L. Purnell, MD, N. Lindsay Harris, MD & Andrew I. Larson, BSME
Intra-articular Findings in Primary and Revision Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Surgery: A Comparison of the MOON and MARS Study Groups
TestimonialsTHANK YOU TO MARK PURNELL, MD
"With much thanks for your care and attention following my recent accident. I’m very pleased I had the operation in Aspen and my recovery is going well.
Here’s to more skiing in November!"
THANK YOU MARK PURNELL, MD, & RACHAEL
"No bones about it: Thanks a million for taking such great care of me Dr. Purnell and Rachael"
THANK YOU, DR. MARK PURNELL
"I wanted to express my gratitude and thanks for the kindness and professionalism that everyone showed me while visiting Aspen. Everyone was so kind and caring toward me, after I broke both of my arms. Even though the breaking of both arms would normally destroy a vacation, the kindness following made all the difference to me. Thank you for transforming a probable terrible vacation experience into a fun ski trip."
MARK PURNELL, MD - THANK YOU
"Five weeks out from that fateful day we met, and the lingering benefits of our encounter are evident. I still have two legs, one pretty similar to the other. Wounds are nearly healed, pain subsiding, and function returning; with visions of dancing and hiking someday soon!"