Dr. Caputo is an orthopedic surgeon who has been with Orthopedic Associates of Hartford since 1998. He went to medical school at the Medical College of Virginia, did his Orthopedic Residency at UCONN Health Center, and finished his hand surgery fellowship at Duke University Medical Center. During his 21 years in practice, he has dedicated his practice to treating patients with hand wrist and elbow issues. He is board certified in Orthopedic Surgery with a Certificate of Added Qualification Hand Surgery. In addition to his clinical practice, he regularly performs CMEs, IMES, file reviews and depositions.
He has been an invited lecturer and meeting moderator for over 60 national and regional meetings, presented over 50 scientific presentations at international, national, and regional medical meetings and authored 19 peer reviewed journal articles, and 8 book chapters. He was the Past President of the New England Hand Society, Founding Member and Past Vice President, New England Shoulder and Elbow Society and continues to be active with these and other societies associated with his surgical specialty. He has been an Honorary Reviewer for multiple peer reviewed orthopedic surgery journals, received CT Magazine Top Docs Awards multiple years, has been a recipient of multiple national and regional research awards and grants, and was a Co-author of the State of Connecticut Workers Compensation Medical Protocols for Hand, Wrist & Elbow.
Currently, he is an Associate Clinical Professor at UConn Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, the Assistant Director of the Orthopedic Associates Surgical Center, and sits on the Medical Advisory Board for State of CT Workers Compensation Commission. He is involved with multiple charity organizations, most notably ERRACE.org, a foundation to support cancer patients and families. Recreationally he enjoys mountains biking, racing cars, and kiteboarding. He and his two sons live in Avon, Connecticut.