David Farrington is a Physician Assistant, who has worked in Orthopedics for most of his career. He especially enjoys sports medicine, including hip arthroscopies.
David Farrington is a native of New York and served in the United States Air Force and the New York Air National Guard. Upon leaving the military he received his Associate’s Degree in Radiologic Technology in 1995 from Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY. He went on to receive his Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Medical Biology in 1997 from the CW Post Campus of Long Island University, Brookville, NY and his Physician Assistant Certificate in 1999 from Cornell University Medical College, Manhattan, NY.
David has been in the clinical practice of Orthopedics since graduation and currently works with Ammar Anbari, MD in the office and in surgery. David Farrington is a Physician Assistant, who has worked in Orthopedics for most of his career. Sports medicine including hip arthroscopies are something he enjoys, along with Dr. Anbari. David is married and has four children. He spends time coaching his children’s sports teams and enjoys the outdoors.
Working with us
Your Orthopedic PA will evaluate your pain and the surgical and non-surgical treatments available to help you decide the right course of treatment.
Your Orthopedic PA is trained to provide the latest treatments available and assist you with onsite injections, aspirations medication management, ordering images, wound care and more.
Depending on the specifics of your injury and your recovery plan, your PA will collaborate with the Surgical and Rehabilitation team and remain your point person for continued care.
We Aid Patients With All Injuries
Whether it’s a minor or major pain that’s limited your ability to move well, our team of expert orthopedic specialists is the starting point and solution for all your orthopedic needs.
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Your Orthopedic PA will partner with our team of Fellowship Trained Surgeons and Rehabilitation Experts to help you access the latest in Orthopedic Care.