Dr. DaRosa is a non-surgical sports medicine physician and cares for athletes and patients of all ages in Denver. He specializes in concussion management and the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions of all joints including sprains, strains, tendonitis, arthritis and cartilage injury, bursitis, back/neck pain, and non-surgical fractures. Dr. DaRosa's goal is to get his patients safely back to the activities they love, whether it be professional sports or gardening in the back yard because "LIFE is a Sport!"
Dr. DaRosa is the team physician for the Glendale Raptors men's and women’s professional rugby teams and is a medical director for the Denver Public School Sports Medicine Department where he does a weekly injury check for all DPS athletes. Dr. DaRosa has also served as team physician for the Indy Eleven professional soccer team, Indy Fuel professional hockey team, the Indianapolis Colts, as well as for multiple colleges and high schools since 2008.
Dr. DaRosa attended Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin where he received his undergraduate degree and was captain of the soccer team. He earned his medical degree from Des Moines College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed residency training at Saint Joseph Family Medicine in Denver. Dr. DaRosa completed a sports medicine fellowship at Indiana University in Indianapolis
In his spare time, Dr. DaRosa enjoys snowboarding, soccer, running, guitar and travel.
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