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Practice contact
(312) 432-2880
(708) 409-5179
1611 W. Harrison Street
Suite 400
Chicago Illinois 60612
Grant Garrigues MD
Orthopaedic Surgeon - Shoulder & Elbow Specialty
Orthopaedic Surgeon - Academic
Primary Practice: Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush
Primary Hospital: Rush University Medical Center

Practice Contact

Office Address
1611 W. Harrison Street
Suite 400
Chicago Illinois 60612
(312) 432-2880
(708) 409-5179

Clinical Expertise

Shoulder & Elbow Surgery Rotator Cuff Tears Shoulder Arthritis Shoulder/Clavicle/Humerus Fractures Labral Tears & Shoulder Instability


Dr. Grant Garrigues specializes in shoulder and elbow surgery and is well known as a thought leader in the field. Dr. Garrigues recently joined MOR from Duke University, where he served as Section Head for Shoulder Reconstruction, Co-Director of Upper Extremity Trauma Surgery, and Co-Director of the Duke Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery Fellowship. While at Duke, Dr. Garrigues was routinely awarded the five-star patient champion award for his clinical service and received consistently high patient satisfaction scores. Dr. Garrigues focuses on treating each patient as if they are a member of his family. Dr. Garrigues received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Harvard, as well as a research degree from MIT. He completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at Duke University Medical Center and a Shoulder and Elbow Surgery fellowship at the Rothman Institute in Philadelphia. Dr. Garrigues was also selected as one of two surgeons in the United States to participate in a 6-week European traveling fellowship, during which he visited 8 top shoulder centers in Europe to both share his experiences and learn cutting-edge surgical techniques from a distinguished cadre of European shoulder and elbow surgeons. Dr. Garrigues’ clinical practice focuses on the management of any and all shoulder and elbow conditions. Dr. Garrigues specializes in the treatment of shoulder arthritis--including shoulder replacement surgery, shoulder and elbow fractures—including minimally-invasive treatment options, complex shoulder instability—including arthroscopic Latarjet, and massive rotator cuff tears—including all-arthroscopic superior capsular reconstruction. Dr. Garrigues routinely publishes articles in national publications and speaks at local, national, and international conferences on cutting-edge topics related to shoulder and elbow surgery. His research has spanned the spectrum from shoulder to elbow, from rotator cuff to arthritis, and from the fundamental sciences to population health. Dr. Garrigues has won multiple awards for his research including a prestigious Orthopaedic Research and Education grant in 2018 for a multicenter, randomized trial evaluating the best way to utilize physical therapy after reverse total shoulder arthroplasty. Additionally, Dr. Garrigues has been involved in the design of multiple successful, FDA-approved shoulder replacement systems and holds multiple patents. He is a co-team physician for the Chicago White Sox (MLB), the Chicago Bulls (NBA), and DePaul University in Chicago.
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Primary Practice

Primary practice
Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush

Hospital Affiliations

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Rush University Medical Center
(312) 942-5000

Education & Training

The Rothman Institute/ Thomas Jefferson University
Duke University Medical Center
Harvard Medical School
Harvard College
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