Dr. Brooks received his M.D. from Columbia University in 1997. After orthopaedic residency at Brown University, Dr. Brooks completed two fellowships – a fellowship in Orthopaedic Trauma at Brown followed by the the prestigious Eaton-Littler Fellowship in Hand, Microvascular and Upper Extremity Fellowship at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt/Columbia in New York City. Dr. Brooks has cared for the Providence Bruins hockey team, The Brown University varsity football team and the New York Philharmonic during his training.
Dr. Brooks has also authored scientific articles on carpal tunnel surgery biomechanics and distal radius (wrist) fractures, as he has presented lectures from a regional to international level on aspects of hand surgery and orthopaedic trauma. Additionally, Dr. Brooks was the first surgeon in Stamford to perform complex pelvic fracture surgery and will also be the first surgeon in Stamford to offer endoscopic carpal tunnel release. Dr. Brooks is the Director of Orthopaedic Trauma at Stamford Hospital.