Matt Fournier, M.D.

Dr. Fournier is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine, including traumatic and degenerative conditions of the shoulder, hip, and knee.


Dr. Fournier obtained his medical degree from the University of Washington as a part of the WWAMI medical education program, where he earned honors acknowledging his dedication to clinical education and community service. Dr. Fournier then underwent a rigorous orthopedic residency at the world-renowned Campbell Clinic in Memphis, Tennessee. The Campbell Clinic was the first orthopedic residency founded in the United States, and is the source of Campbell’s Operative Orthopedics, which is considered a definitive orthopedics textbook worldwide. While in training Dr. Fournier received the Hugh Smith Clinical Research Award as a result of his significant contributions to academic orthopedic surgery. After residency, Dr. Fournier chose to further his education with a one-year fellowship in sports medicine and winter trauma at the Lake Tahoe Orthopedic Institute. Dr. Fournier has authored numerous, peer-reviewed academic articles and has presented his work to regional, national, and international audiences.


In addition to numerous community sports teams, Dr. Fournier has had the opportunity to work with a number of collegiate and professional sports organizations, including:


  • Memphis Grizzlies (NBA)
  • Memphis Redbirds (AAA Baseball)
  • University of Memphis Tigers (NCAA Division I Athletics)
  • Rhodes College (NCAA Division III Athletics)
  • University of Nevada Wolf Pack (NCAA Division 1 Athletics)
  • US Ski and Snowboard Team
  • The Rock and Roll Marathon

Dr. Fournier is certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery.

Dr. Fournier was born and raised in Cheyenne and is a proud Wyoming Cowboy. He is excited to move back to Laramie with his wife, Abby, and two daughters, and looks forward to caring for patients from all over Wyoming. Find out more about Dr. Fournier’s techniques and publications HERE