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Shoulder and elbow conditions are some of the most common causes of chronic pain in the United States. A 2014 study published in BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders suggests that more than 529,000 rotator cuff repairs and shoulder arthroscopies were performed during the study period. Although the incidence of some elbow conditions are on the decline, between 1 and 3 percent of the population has suffered from tennis elbow alone, not to mention other elbow conditions. 

The shoulder and the elbow are complex joints. They are subject to wear and tear since they are moved dozens or even hundreds of times a day. That’s why, when something goes wrong, you need a team of specialists completely focused on conditions of the shoulder and elbow. You’ll find those experts at Summit Health.

Our shoulder and elbow orthopedists are on the forefront of the most innovative surgical and nonsurgical methods of treatment. They are able to leverage the outstanding experts within Summit Health’s other specialties—including acupuncturists, massage therapists and physical therapists—to bring a true multidisciplinary approach to your care.

We know that shoulder and elbow pain can severely limit your life but you don’t have to live in pain. Click here to schedule a consultation with one of our shoulder and elbow specialists.

Procedures and Conditions We Treat

Procedures

Conditions

Shoulder & Elbow Specialists

David Abrutyn, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Michael T. Benke, MD, FAAOS

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Eric Black, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Shoulder and Elbow

Robert Boretz, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Hand Surgery

Joseph Cappadona, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

John Faccone, DO

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Evan Fischer, MD

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Hand Surgery

Ross Fox, MD, FAAOS

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Hand Surgery

Matthew Garberina, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Shoulder and Elbow

Jason Garcia, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Michael L. Gross, MD, FAAOS

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Andrew Hutter, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

V. Christopher Inzerillo, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Mark Kavanagh, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Abram Kirschenbaum, MD, FAAOS

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Hand Surgery

Stephen Kocaj, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Genghis Niver, MD

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Hand Surgery, Sports Medicine

Gary Rombough, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Marc Rubman, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Joseph Said, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Hand Surgery

Jeffrey Siegel, MD

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Oscar Vazquez, MD, FAAOS

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Orthopedics and Sports Medicine