Dr. F. Scott Gray, M.D.

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Dr. Gray graduated from the University of Rhode Island with Honors. He attended the Georgetown University School of Medicine where he did research on bone healing physiology. He did a general surgical internship and one year of residency at the Maine Medical Center in Portland, and then returned home to Boston where he did his orthopedic residency at Tufts University School of Medicine. It was then that he received specialty training in foot and ankle surgery.

Dr. Gray joined Connecticut Family Orthopedics in Danbury in 1987 and established our office in Ridgefield in 1988. During his 4 year tenure as Managing Partner, Connecticut Family Orthopedics became one of the first orthopedic offices in the state to be completely computerized.

In 1998 he and Dr. Fein formed the Danbury Foot and Ankle Center, the first collaboration of that type in this community and an advantageous arrangement for our patients who may now benefit from a broad and comprehensive range of foot and ankle care that includes sports injuries, arthritis surgery including Total Ankle Replacement, deformity reconstruction, pediatric and congenital foot reconstruction, diabetic care and trauma reconstruction.

He has enormous energy and tirelessly attends a busy orthopedic practice both in Danbury and Ridgefield and was the Orthopedic Trauma Coordinator at Danbury Hospital for 7 years. He is a board member of the Connecticut Orthopedic Society and is active in medical politics, legislative efforts on behalf of our patients and fellow physicians across the state and is a physician contracting expert consulting with many physician organizations.

Publications:

“Ridgefield Surgeon Pioneers New Application For 3D Printers” featured on TheHour.com…

“Barefoot Running” featured on ANationInMotion.org…

“Bumps and Bunions” from our No Bones About It series…

“Outdoor Winter Injury” from our No Bones About It series…

“Hiking Shoes” from our No Bones About It series…

“Ankle Replacement Surgery” from our No Bones About It series…

“Sprained Ankles” from our No Bones About It series…