Dr. Ghiselli is a recognized expert in spine surgery and has performed extensive research on problems in the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. He has published multiple peer reviewed articles and book chapters throughout his career. Aside from serving as the President of Colorado Orthopaedic Society Board of Directors, he is a board member of the Guideline Committee Member for the North American Spine Society (NASS), a frequent lecturer and member for the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery (AAOS) and a member of the Colorado Medical Society.
Dr. Ghiselli’s research interests are focused on anti-microbial substrates, stem cell and regenerative technologies, and biomechanics of the spine. He has actively participated with the University of Denver’s Biomechanics Department in developing research papers investigating spinal biomechanics. He holds patents related to anti-microbial substrates to decrease the infection rates during spinal surgery.
- Born and raised in South Africa.
- Before attending medical school he worked as a busboy at Two Elk.
- Raced vintage cars in a previous life.
- road cycling & triathlons.