Dr. Aldo Beretta is a board-certified Harvard trained general orthopedic and orthopedic spine surgeon specializing in minimally invasive spine and extremity surgery. His field of expertise ranges from shoulders and knees to anterior cervical discectomy and fusions and anterior lumbar interbody fusions to minimally invasive pain and spine procedures.
Dr. Berretta attended medical school at Brown University, completed his internship with Harvard Surgical Services at Beth Israel Hospital, and then completed years of surgery and orthopedic residency at Tufts New England Medical Center and New England Baptist Hospital. Dr. Beretta went on to New England Baptist Hospital where he served as Chief Resident, he is currently appointed Director of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Physicians Regional Medical Center in Naples, Florida.
Dr. Beretta develops the ideal treatment plan with his patients, which may or may not include surgery. Treating conditions with a variety of non-surgical treatments first- such as physical therapy and anti-inflammatory medications, he takes into consideration the best interest of his patients. In the case that surgical intervention is necessary, Dr. Beretta is prepared to provide the highest quality of care.
Brown University Medical School – Providence, RI – M.D. Medicine (1985)
Boston College – Chestnut Hill, MA – Bachelor of Science Biology Cum Laude (1979)
Beth Israel Hospital – Harvard Surgical Services Internship (July 1986 – December 1986)
Tufts New England Medical Center – Tufts University Orthopedic Program (January 1987 – December 1990)
New England Baptist Hospital – Chief Resident (July 1990 – December 1990)