Daniel Jones, MD
Daniel Jones, was born and raised in Fremont, MI. He completed his undergraduate education at Harvard College, majoring in organismic and evolutionary biology. While at Harvard, Dan was a four-year member of the varsity swim team. He completed his Doctorate of Medicine at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. During medical school, Dan competed in the 2014 Collegiate Triathlon National Championships. After medical school, Dan completed his residency training in orthopaedic surgery at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, UT. In his spare time, he enjoys trail running, cycling, backpacking, and hiking with his dogs and wife, Sara.
Dr. Jones covered the US Ski Team Men’s Speed team in La Parva, Chile.
Donald Franklin, MD
Dr. Don Franklin III was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee. From there he moved on to Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama to compete on a college golf scholarship. It was there he decided to pursue his passions for science and humanities, which landed him in the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. He elected to stay in Memphis following medical school to complete an Orthopaedic Surgery residency at the prestigious Campbell Clinic Orthopedics. Through a mentor in in residency program, he was introduced to Dr. Reid at Taos Orthopaedic Institute, and it very quickly became apparent that this was where he wanted to continue his Orthopaedic training in Sports Medicine.
Dr. Franklin spends the majority of his free time fly fishing and playing golf. He is ecstatic about new opportunities during his year in Taos, from hiking and camping during warm months, to skiing throughout the Winter. He is joined her by his 9-year-old yellow Labrador retriever, Cooper. Next year they will move on to Mountain Home, Arkansas where Dr. Franklin will join a private group and spend his days off with friends on the White River.
Dr. Franklin covered the WC Tech Women US Ski team in Ushuala, Argentina.
Peter Neff, MD
Peter Neff was born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas “the sparkling city by the sea”, He grew up on the beach and the baseball diamond. For undergrad, he went to Texas A&M University where he graduated summa cum laude in Biomedical science. Next he attended UT Houston medical school where his passion for orthopedics sparked. Venturing out of Texas for the first time, Peter then completed his residency in Long Island, NY at Stony Brook University hospital. Peter is excited to now be in Taos, NM to complete his fellowship year in sports orthopaedic surgery. In his spare time, Pete enjoys sports, working out, hiking, playing guitar, collecting vinyl, cooking and trying new hobbies. He plans to go back home to practice in Corpus Christi, TX after fellowship.
Dr. Neff covered the US Ski Team Shiffrin Training in Solden, Austria.