Areas of Interest
Dr. Hollis specializes in the treatment of all shoulder and knee disorders including arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs and shoulder replacement surgery, sports injuries, knee replacement surgery, and fracture care.
Education & Training
Shoulder and Elbow, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
Orthopedic Surgery, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI
BS in Physiology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Colorado Springs Sky Sox
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Coronado High School
More about Dr. Hollis
Dr. Hollis was born in Brighton, Michigan and attended the University of Michigan on a baseball scholarship. He was the first member of his family to attend college. He is eternally grateful that his athletic abilities provided him with the means and opportunity to study at a first-rate academic institution.
Prior to attending medical school at the University of Michigan, Dr. Hollis played three years of professional baseball for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox organizations.
Dr. Hollis loves living in the Colorado Springs community with his wife Marita and four children. In his free time, Dr. Hollis coaches his son’s baseball and basketball teams and cheers on his three daughters in youth sports.
When he is not shuttling kids from one youth activity to the next, Dr. Hollis enjoys watching Michigan football and basketball, as well as hiking, running, and downhill skiing with his family and friends.
Shoulder Pain? Don’t let it hold you back from the activities you love
Healthy Bones Equal Healthy People
Avoid Injury on the Slopes this Season
Achieve Fitness Gains Through Cross Training
Philosophy of Care
“I believe when a patient and doctor work as a team, this allows the patient to have the best opportunity to achieve their goal of an improved quality of life.” Meeting patients and spending time getting to know them is what Dr. Hollis enjoys the most about his job. Nothing is more gratifying than treating patients and getting them back to participating in the activities they love.