Daniel P. DeBottis, M.D. has performed over 70 procedures at one of the
HOI facilities during 2016.
Daniel DeBottis, MD is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon with subspecialty
shoulder and elbow surgery. He specializes in the treatment of rotator cuff tears, shoulder and elbow
arthritis, shoulder and elbow instability and dislocations, including
all injuries of the upper extremity. He has extensive experience with
arthroscopic shoulder surgery, as well as anatomic and reverse shoulder
replacement surgery. While Dr. DeBottis’ practice focuses primarily
on the operative and non-operative treatment of upper extremity injuries,
he welcomes patients with any orthopaedic injuries.
Dr. DeBottis earned his Bachelor of Science with Honors in Biology and
Chemistry from St. Lawrence University, where he was a Faculty Scholar
and graduated Magna Cum Laude. After college he did biochemical research
at Harvard Medical School’s Center for Blood Research. He attended
medical school at SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn, NY. He completed his orthopaedic
surgery residency at University Hospital in Syracuse, New York. During
residency, both his peers and attendings recognized him for his exceptional
leadership and patient care, he received the Resident Excellence in Teaching
Award. He continued his training with a fellowship in advanced shoulder
and elbow arthroscopy and reconstruction at Brown University in Providence,
Rhode Island under the tutelage of Dr. Andrew Green. He has participated
in both clinical and basic science research and has authored a number
of articles, book chapters and national poster presentations.
Dr. DeBottis grew up in Syracuse, New York. He graduated from St. Lawrence
University in Canton, NY where he was a Division III All-American football
player and varsity lacrosse player. His wife, Sarah Stanowicz MD is a
Dermatologist, who also works in Orange County.