Dr. Bormann is a native of Algona, Iowa. He grew up on a farm with his two sisters. Dr. Bormann then attended Truman State University in Kirksville where he met his wife Nicole, also an Iowa native. This was followed by his medical degree from the University of Iowa in Iowa City.

Dr. Bormann then went onto Omaha, Nebraska for his orthopaedic training at the University of Nebraska Medical Center/Creighton combined program. There he developed an interest in trauma and shoulder surgery. In 2010, Dr. Bormann traveled to Hannover, Germany and Aachen, Germany to advance his knowledge in fracture care. In 2011, he continued his overseas training by completing a fellowship in shoulder and elbow surgery in Auckland, New Zealand.

Dr. Bormann’s practice focuses on disorders of the shoulder and elbow, and he assists the group with fracture care. His philosophy as an orthopaedic surgeon revolves around patient understanding of their condition, comfort with their surgeon, and providing compassionate care. Dr. Bormann does both open and arthroscopic surgery, with a specialty in shoulder replacement.

Outside of his practice, Dr. Bormann enjoys spending time with Nicole and their son, Everett. He and his wife enjoy traveling and their time abroad afforded them many opportunities to see what the world has to offer. His main hobby is home brewing beer, wine, and mead, a pastime that he enjoys with his father who still resides in Iowa.