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 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.