Bo Nasmyth Loy, M.D.
grew up on a small ranch in Ojai, California. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Southern California (USC) majoring in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Philosophy and graduated magna cum laude. Dr. Loy also obtained his medical degree from USC, graduating with highest distinction. After medical school he completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, a high volume level one trauma center specializing in complex fracture care and cutting edge arthroscopic surgeries. When not in the operating room Dr. Loy focuses on advancing what is possible in orthopaedic care. Dr. Loy’s research interests include sports and trauma related injuries which motivated him to develop a novel technique for ankle fracture fixation using an implant he and a colleague designed. Dr. Loy has numerous ongoing research projects and publications including several articles and two books and has presented his research at national conventions. Dr. Loy first fell in love with New Mexico when he spent a month backpacking in the Gila National Forest, and jumped at the opportunity to come to Taos for his Sports Medicine Fellowship. He is joined in Taos by his wife Tami and their two children Emily and Conor. Dr. Loy enjoys outdoor sports, particularly skiing, snowboarding, hiking and surfing as well as spending time with his family.
Dr. Jeremy Korsh
was born in New York City and grew up on Long Island. He moved to Vermont to attend Middlebury College where he ran cross country and track earning All-NESCAC academic honors. As an undergraduate, Dr. Korsh held a research position at a neurobiology laboratory at Columbia University in New York. His work there was recognized with co-authorship on articles published in the scientific literature. Dr. Korsh received his B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Spanish. After college, Dr. Korsh enrolled in medical school at the University of Vermont. He earned his M.D. in 2013.
Dr. Korsh moved to New Jersey to complete the orthopaedic surgery residency at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He pursued clinical research in sports medicine and published on meniscus tears, shoulder injuries, stress fractures, knee arthritis, and viscosupplementation. He was a resident team physician for Rutgers University and provided football coverage for Rutgers and local high schools.
While in Vermont, Dr. Korsh fell in love with the beauty and opportunities the Green Mountains provided. He and his wife, Brit, met skiing the glades at Sugarbush on a powder day. The couple has such a love for winter that they named their daughter Neva: a Spanish name meaning “snow.” The Korsh family is ecstatic to be moving to New Mexico for the Taos Orthopaedic Institute sports medicine fellowship. They are looking forward to experiencing the local food, culture, and environment – not to mention getting their toddler up on her first pair of skis. Dr. Korsh and his family will be moving back to Vermont after fellowship to live amongst friends in the mountains.
Dr Matthew T Owen, MD
is a native of Meridian, MS. He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in chemical and biological engineering with honors from The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. He received significant recognition for his academic and leadership accomplishments. He attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham where he obtained his medical degree (MD) in 2013. Afterwards, he completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Medical Center in 2018. Dr. Owen has published multiple papers in peer reviewed orthopaedic journals and has been invited to speak at national meetings. He has received multiple honors while in training. Dr. Owen is a member of numerous professional orthopaedic associations.
Dr. Owen is excited about the opportunity to train at the prestigious Taos Orthopaedic Institute. He is joined in Taos by his wife Molly and son Thomas. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends, skiing, hiking, hunting, and Alabama football. Dr. Owen plans to return to Huntsville, AL after fellowship.