Scott W. Organ, M.D.

Current Status Board Certified-American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons

Clinical Associate

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery School of Medicine University of Connecticut Health Center

Team Physician

  • Bristol Central and Bristol Eastern High Schools, Bristol, CT 1996-present
  • St. Paul High School, Bristol, CT 1996-2005
  • Impact Concussion Management Consultant 2006 – Present


Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship Georgetown Universtiy/Arlington Hospital Director: Robert P. Nirschl, M.D., M.S. 1994-1995

Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY 1990-1994

New York University School of Medicine New York, NY 1985-1989

State University of New York at Binghamton Binghamton, NY B.A. Biology GPA: 3.95 1981-1985

Work Experience

NFL: Washington Redskins Assistant to Team Physician, Charles Jackson, M.D. 1994-1995

NCAA Division Ia: George Mason University Soccer, Basketball, Wrestling and Track and Field Co-Team Physician with Frank Pettrone, M.D. 1994-1995

James Madison High School Team Physician 1994-1995

Legg Mason Tennis Classic 1995

Visa Gymnastic Challenge: USA, China, Belarus Mobil Invitational Track Meet Fairfax, VA 1995

U.S. Open Tennis Tournament Queens, NY 1991

Research Experience Salvaged Lateral Tennis Elbow Surgery Presented: Virgina Orthopaedic Society 04-30-95 Presented: AOSSM Annual Meeting 07-18-95 Presented: AAOS Annual Meeting; Speciality Day 02-25-96 Scientific Exhibit: AAOS Annual Meeting; Atlanta 02-22-96 Submitted; AJSM Accepted for Publication 7/96

Open Repair of Full Thickness Rotator Cuff Tears Without an Acromioplasty Scientific Exhibit: AAOS Annual Meeting; Atlanta Submitted: JBJS

Arthroscopic Transglenoid Capsulolabral Repairs: Five Years Follow-up Presented: Virginia Orthopaedic Society 04-29-95 Presented: AAOS Annual Meeting; Atlanta 02-24-96

Early Experience with the AO Non-Reamed Locked Tibial Nail Presented: Scandanavian Orthopaedic Asso; Sweden 06-18-92 Presented: American Fracture Assoc; Orlando 05-12-02

Achilles Tendon Reflex Latency and Stretching Unpublished

ORIF of Calcaneal Fractures: A Follow-up Study Presented: NYU School of Medicine/Bellevue Hospital 04-10-89

HMO’s: A Review and Limited Field Study Presented: NYU School of Medicine Summer Humanities Honors Program 09-07-95

The Effect of Electromagnetic Fields of the Circadian Rhythms of the Squirrel Monkey Project Participant; SUNY at Binghamton 1983-85

Awards and Honors

The J.T. Tai Foundation Scholorship For Excellence in Academics and Humanitarianism NYC School of Medicine 1988

The James A. Wilmouth Award for Excellance in Biology SUNY at Binghamton 1984


AAOS Member Connecticut State Medical Society Hartford County Medical Society

Licensure Connecticut 1995 – Current Virginia 1994 – Current New York 1991 – Current




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