Dr. Codsi started his medical career at the University of Southern California where he earned Dean’s List Honors during his clinical training. He completed his orthopedic residency in Boston where he learned how to perform joint replacement and tendon and ligament repairs from the professors who invented the procedures. After deciding to specialize in shoulder surgery, he went to the Cleveland Clinic for his shoulder fellowship. He spent three years researching the biomechanics of shoulder implants, the biology of tendon healing and the outcomes of complex shoulder reconstructions. His work was supported by an NIH grant and he eventually was awarded a Cleveland Clinic Innovations award.
Since coming to the Everett Clinic, Dr. Codsi has continued his research on rotator cuff repairs and helps educate clinicians, therapists and patients with educational seminars throughout the year. He has also created a website, drcodsi.com
, for the purpose of informing patients about their conditions and particulars regarding their upcoming surgery and recovery.
During the summer, Dr. Codsi takes care of the Everett Aquasox minor league baseball team. When not at work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids who like to tell people that their dad fixes shoulders and their mom fixes everything else!
- Medical Degree: University of Southern California (1999)
- Residency: Orthopaedic Surgery, Tufts University (2004)
- Fellowship: Shoulder Surgery, Cleveland Clinic (2005)
- Board Certified: Orthopaedic Surgery
- Joined The Everett Clinic in 2007