Dr. Stull was raised in rural Maryland, then moved to Austin, Texas where he attended the University of Texas. During this time he trained and competed as a national team member in the sport of modern pentathlon. As an athlete, he traveled extensively competing at the Olympic level. He completed medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch in 2000 and completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina in 2005. Dr. Stull further sub-specialized in the shoulder and elbow at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. During his fellowship he was mentored by Gerald Williams, a world leader and innovator in shoulder reconstruction. He has had experience with all aspects of shoulder and elbow care, from the elite athlete to difficult reconstruction procedures. Dr. Stull's clinical interests include fracture care in adults and children, arthroscopy and arthroplasty, while his special interest, both in research and patient care, continues to be the treatment of the shoulder and elbow in all ages and aspects including sports, trauma and reconstruction.