Joseph Purita is a renowned orthopedic surgeon and one of leading doctors in the use stem cells for injury treatment. He has been in the medical field ever since his graduation from the Georgetown University Medical School and residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital. He has worked as chief administrative resident of the Jackson Memorial and was accepted into the Boca Raton Orthopedic group in 1981. Purita has gathered extensive knowledge in health and injury from his experiences as a doctor. He is certified by multiple organizations such as the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery, the American Board of Pain Management, and the American Board of Regenerative Medicine. Purita is particularly noted for his 2012 treatment of New York Yankees pitcher, Bartolo Colon. Through his knowledge of stem cells and injury treatment, he was able to repair the athlete’s damaged ligaments. Since then, Purita has treated multiple other athletes. Purita is also noted as being an instructor of orthopedic surgery and a public speaker on the topics of regenerative medicine and surgery. Purita has even been listed by other medical doctors as a US News and World Report’s “Top Doctors”.