Dr. Carr is originally from the desert southwest having been raised in Arizona. He received his Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry Cum Laude from Grand Canyon University. He earned his Medical Degree from the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, MD and completed his orthopedic residency with William Beaumont Army Medical Center and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in El Paso, TX. He spent 18 years in the Army during and after his medical training retiring this past May as Lieutenant Colonel. He deployed to Iraq with the 28th Combat Support Hospital in 2010 during the transition from Operation Iraqi Freedom to Operation Enduring Freedom where he was recognized for his service in the treatment of wounded Service Members.
He is Board certified and his most recent affiliations include Department Chief of Orthopedics at Ft Drum, NY and most recently Staff Orthopedic Surgeon in Mesquite, NV. He is a general orthopedic surgeon with considerable training in sports medicine and trauma as well as a special interest in and advanced training for outpatient primary hip and knee replacement. He has published a scientific article in the publication Orthopedics called “Biologic Response to Orthopedic Sutures” and has written 2 separate technique articles for the publication Techniques in Shoulder Surgery.
Dr. Carr’s patient philosophy is that patient satisfaction is the number one vital sign. “Patients not only deserve the most advanced care and current treatments, they should be treated with compassion and respect.”