Dr. DaSilva is an orthopedic surgeon subspecializing in sports injuries and arthritic conditions of the knee, hip, and shoulder. Dr. DaSilva believes in joint preservation and has expertise in minimally invasive surgery, cartilage restoration, cartilage and meniscal transplantation, osteotomies, and ligament reconstruction. Dr. DaSilva also has an interest in hip arthroscopy.
Dr. DaSilva grew up in the Pacific Northwest on Vancouver Island. He attended Trinity Western University in British Columbia on academic scholarship and graduated with great distinction. He earned his medical degree from The University of British Columbia, where he received multiple scholarships and awards. He completed orthopedic surgery residency training at Western University in London, Ontario. During residency, he received several awards for his research and served as the chief resident.
Before joining the staff at Rebound, Dr. DaSilva completed a sports medicine fellowship at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. While at Rush, he worked as part of the medical staff for the Chicago Bulls basketball team, Chicago White Sox baseball club, Chicago Steel hockey team, and the Chicago Bandits professional women’s softball team. Dr. DaSilva has also traveled internationally with US Soccer as a team physician. Following his time in Chicago, Dr. DaSilva visited The Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado, to learn more techniques in hip arthroscopy and joint preservation. Dr. DaSilva has published numerous articles and book chapters on surgical techniques and clinical outcomes in sports medicine. He has also presented his research at many national and international meetings. Dr. DaSilva has served as an instructor at the arthroscopy learning center and is a journal reviewer for Arthroscopy.
Dr. DaSilva is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, and the Arthroscopy Association of North America.
Dr. DaSilva lives in Vancouver, Washington, with his wife and two children.