About Dr. Anbari

Dr. Ammar Anbari graduated from Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA where he received the prestigious John W. Lachman Award in Orthopaedic Surgery. He received his training in Orthopedic Surgery at Temple University Hospital. He distinguished himself in scientific research and published multiple manuscripts. He also received the first place research award from the Philadelphia Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine.

 

After his residency, Dr. Anbari completed a subspecialty fellowship in Arthroscopy, Sports Medicine, Shoulder Reconstruction and Cartilage Restoration at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL. There, he acted as an assistant team physician for the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Bulls. He has authored over 20 book chapters and research papers on shoulder and knee arthroscopy and replacement and cartilage transplantation.

 

Dr. Anbari has given many lectures locally and around the country, and has taught numerous courses in shoulder, hip  and knee arthroscopy and replacement.

 

Dr. Anbari has special training in the latest techniques of shoulder, hip and knee arthroscopy, ligament and tendon reconstruction and repair, cartilage restoration and joint replacement and resurfacing.  He is the team physician for the WNBA CT Sun, New England Black Wolves, Norwich Free Academy, Bacon Academy, Lyman Memorial High School, Ledyard High School, Montville High School, Saint Bernard School, CT Storm and U Conn Avery Point.  He previously acted as an orthopedic consultant to the CT Defenders.

Dr. Anbari and his wife Kristen are originally from Philadelphia and have two children Austin and Katie. They enjoy boating, kayaking and fishing.