I am a tenured full professor in the Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine and the holder of the Douglas T. Harryman II Endowed Chair in Shoulder and Elbow Research. I specialize in shoulder reconstructive surgery, including the ream and run procedure, total shoulder replacement, reverse total shoulder arthroplasty, total elbow replacement, and complex revision shoulder surgery.
Patient Care Philosophy
I am dedicated to providing patients with the best knowledge regarding their shoulder condition along with the most current evidence-based information regarding the options available for their care. My patients have full access to my personal email so that all questions can be answered expeditiously. My goal is a full patient-surgeon partnership.
Optimizing safety and effectiveness for patients needing shoulder reconstruction. I perform over 200 shoulder joint replacements per year for individuals with shoulder arthritis or complications of previous surgery.
Family, hiking, backpacking, fly fishing, cycling, and health.