A caring and skilled orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Nenno has been serving patients in Buffalo, NY and New England for nearly 40 years. He completed his college education at Brown University, earning his bachelor’s degree, a Master’s of Science, and his MD. When he graduated from medical school in 1975, he was a member of Sigma Psi.
Dr. Nenno completed his internship and residencies in New England, interning at Rhode Island Hospital and completing residencies at a number of Worchester, MA and Boston, MA area hospitals. He specialized in orthopedics from the beginning. During that time, he gained experience in treating scoliosis and muscular dystrophy as well as sports medicine. In 1981, he became a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons and a Fellow of that same board in 1984.
Eventually Dr. Nenno decided to make his home in the Buffalo area. Today he practices in the Kaleida Health system as well as private practice. He is an associate orthopedic surgeon at Buffalo General Hospital, Children’s Hospital, DeGraff Memorial Hospital, the Erie County Medical Center, Millard Fillmore Gates Circle Hospital, Mount Saint Mary’s Hospital, and Niagara Falls Memorial Center, serving as an on-call ER doctor and specializing in major trauma. He has also served as a Clinical Associate Professor at the University at Buffalo.
Dr. Nenno lives in East Amherst, where he enjoys spending time with his family when he is not treating patients. He is married to Joan V. Nenno and has two children, Dana and Donald III.