Dr. Evan M. Farinais an Orthopaedic Sports Surgeon providing comprehensive care for patients with sports-related injuries and conditions; including ACL reconstruction, meniscus injuries, complex knee injuries, cartilage restoration, rotator cuff repair, and shoulder instability.
Dr. Evan has experience caring for most every professional, collegiate, and elite team here in Boston – providing sideline and training room care for professional athletes across all sports and activities (including the New England Patriots, Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox, New England Revolution, Boston College Athletics, Harvard University Athletics, and the Boston Ballet).
MEET DR. Farina
Dr. Farina completed his surgical training at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, with residency and fellowship in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery. In 2023, he was an International Cartilage Restoration & Joint Preservation Society (ICRS) Clinical Travelling Fellow – visiting and collaborating with academic hospitals of expertise and tissue banks across the United States.
Dr. Farina an MD degree from the University of Chicago – Pritzker School of Medicine and a BS degree in Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, both with honors. His skills include arthroscopic surgery, joint preservation surgery, cartilage restoration, and orthobiologic therapies.
Dr. Farina is passionate about advancing the field of Sports Medicine through research, education, and innovation – having published numerous basic science, clinical, and translational research studies.
Dr. Farina is the Founder and CEO of a surgical solutions company which integrates emerging technologies including computer vision, anatomic navigation, deep machine learning, stereotactic-guidance/robotic-assistance, and augmented reality to advance the accuracy, precision, reproducibility, and safety profile of numerous surgical procedures through novel techniques.
Fundamentally, Dr. Farina is dedicated to helping his patients achieve optimal function and get back to the activities that bring vigor to their lives through evidence-based and highly personalized care.