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Vahid Entezari MD
Orthopaedic Surgeon - General Specialty
Orthopaedic Fellow
Primary Practice: Cleveland Clinic Main Campus

Clinical Expertise

Arthroscopic Shoulder Decompression Biceps Tendon Injuries Bone and Joint Infection Clavicle Fracture Degenerative Joint Disease Fractures Frozen Shoulder Humerus Fracture Muscle Injuries Musculoskeletal Disorders Musculoskeletal Impairments Neck and Shoulder Pain Orthopaedic Protheses Osteonecrosis Rotator Cuff Injury Shoulder Arthritis Shoulder Arthroscopy Shoulder Deformity Shoulder Dislocation Shoulder Fractures Shoulder Impingement Syndrome Shoulder Infection Shoulder Injuries Shoulder Injuries in Baseball Shoulder Instability Shoulder Internal Derangement Shoulder Intra-Articular Injury Shoulder Labral Tear Shoulder Osteoarthritis Shoulder Pain Shoulder Paralysis Shoulder Problems Shoulder Sprain/Strain Shoulder Tendinitis Sports Injuries Surgical Site and Hospital Acquired Infections Tendonitis


After receiving his medical degree abroad, Dr. Entezari joined Harvard Medical School's orthopaedic biomechanics laboratory in Boston for a post-doctoral research fellowship in orthopaedic biomechanics. During the same period he completed a post-graduate Masters Degree in Translational Research from Harvard Medical School. He then completed his internship and residency at the department of orthopaedic surgery at Cleveland Clinic and a fellowship in shoulder and elbow surgery at Rothman Institute of Thomas Jefferson University. He returned to Cleveland after completing his fellowship and joined the Clinic as a staff shoulder and elbow surgeon. He is currently seeing his patients at the Cleveland Clinic Main Campus and Solon Family Health Center and operates at both Cleveland Clinic Main Campus and Marymount Hospital located at Garfield Heights neighborhood. Dr. Entezari's interests in shoulder and elbow pathology include rotator cuff tears; other tendon and ligament problems, sports related injuries, arthritis and trauma. He performs shoulder arthroscopy, muscle transfers, fracture repair and arthroplasty including full and partial joint replacements. Dr. Entezari is very active in shoulder and elbow research and has authored a number of publications, several book chapters and regularly presents his research at regional and national conferences.
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Cleveland Clinic Main Campus

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Rothman Institute
Cleveland Clinic
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