Matthew Bollier, MD
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Dr. Bollier is the Congdon Professor in Orthopedic Surgery, sports medicine fellowship director, and team physician at the University of Iowa. He joined the University of Iowa Sports Medicine team in 2010 after completing a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Connecticut.  In addition to caring for University of Iowa athletes, he performs knee and shoulder surgery on active patients of all ages.  Specific interests include rotator cuff repair, ACL reconstruction, meniscus repair, cartilage resurfacing, and patella reconstruction.  He is actively involved in clinical and basic science research with numerous awards, publications, and honors.  Dr. Bollier graduated from Wheaton North High School in Wheaton, Illinois before attending Loyola Stritch School of Medicine in Chicago.  He completed orthopedic surgery residency at Michigan State before traveling to the east coast for sports medicine fellowship training.  Dr. Bollier and his wife Christy have 4 kids (Luke, Hailey, Addison and Austin) who are very active in the Iowa City community and love cheering on the Hawkeyes.