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Dr. Romeo lecturing today at the Rush University Sports Conference for the fellows and residents

Dr. Romeo will be lecturing today at the Rush University Sports Conference for the fellows and residents. His lecture topic will be “Biceps tendon injuries proximal”.

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

Dr. Romeo in Berlin for the IV Shoulder Course Charite Meeting

Dr. Romeo is in Berlin today and tomorrow for the IV Shoulder Course Charité Meeting. He is speaking today on “American Football – the tackled shoulder”. His topics for tomorrow are “Treatment of bone loss in the athletes shoulder” and “Arthrex Posterior labral tears and treatment”.

Friday, April 11th, 2014

Dr. Romeo Completing Grand Rounds at University of Colorado School of Medicine

Colorado University School of MedicineDr. Romeo will be completing grand rounds at the University of Colorado School of Medicine tomorrow, Wednesday, April 2.

The title of the grand rounds is “State of the Art with Shoulder Arthroplasty: Short Stems, Glenoids, and the Reverse”. Dr. Romeo will be explaining indications for standard anatomic shoulder arthroplasty and reverse shoulder arthroplasty, the anatomic approach to the shoulder, the future of reverse shoulder arthroplasty and other related topics.

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

Dr. Romeo completes Grand Rounds at Massachusetts General Hospital for Harvard

This morning Dr. Romeo completed grand rounds at Massachusetts General Hospital’s Department of Orthopedic Surgery in conjunction with the Harvard Medical School. The topic was “Innovations and Outcomes in Shoulder Arthroplasty: What’s Changed, What Will We Do About it?”.

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

MLB.com article about Dr. Romeo and Jake Peavy’s friendship

peavyMLB.com has published an article about Dr. Romeo’s friendship with Boston Red Sox pitcher Jake Peavy. Dr. Romeo executed a one-of-a-kind surgery on Peavy to reattach Peavy’s latissimus dorsi muscle a month into the 2010 season. Since the surgery, Dr. Romeo and Peavy have maintained a friendship.

Peavy says in the article, “I owe a lot to Dr. Romeo, and we’ve developed a great friendship,” Peavy said. “He came down to my place this winter. Dr. Romeo is a tremendous, tremendous person. I think we all know how good of a doctor he is, but he’s a great person.”

Click here to read the entire article »

Monday, March 24th, 2014

Dr. Romeo named one of 28 Top US Shoulder Surgeons

Dr. Romeo was recently named one of the top 28 US shoulder surgeons by Orthopedics This Week. The list was obtained via a telephone survey of thought leaders in the field. One surgeon is quoted as saying the following about Dr. Romeo, “He is a consummate technical surgeon and a very good teacher. He is a thought leader in shoulder stability, rotator cuff repair, and shoulder arthroplasty.”

Click here to view the entire list »

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Listen to Dr. Romeo’s Chicago Bulls Pre-Game Live Report from 12/14

Dr. Romeo spoke with Steve Kashul during the Chicago Bulls vs. Toronto Raptors pre-game on 12/14. In his live report he provided insight into Loul Dang’s sore Achilles and Jimmy Butler’s turf toe injury.

Listen to the Pre-Game Live Report »

Wednesday, December 18th, 2013

Dr. Romeo at the Youth Sports Injury Prevention Summit

Dr. Romeo presented at the Youth Sports Injury Prevention Summit at U.S. Cellular Park on August 8. He presented on the subject of Overuse Injuries in the Elbow and Shoulder.

You can watch the 40 minute presentation below.

Friday, December 13th, 2013

Congratulations Andrew Starykowicz!

andrewCongratulations to Dr. Romeo’s former shoulder surgery patient Andrew Starykowics on being the first American to break 8-hours in the Ironman competition. Aaron is only the second athlete from the Western Hemisphere to attain this feat.

In May of last year Dr. Romeo performed shoulder surgery on Andrew, rebuilding his labrum. Within 5 months he was healthy enough to compete at the top level of triathlon.

In his blog, Andrew writes, “I am speechless and thankful for all the support from my wife, family, coaches, friends, and sponsors, both past and present. This has been a long journey and I just am really thankful right now.”

We commend him on his fantastic achievement and wish Andrew the best of luck in his future endeavors!

Visit Andrew’s website »

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

Dr. Romeo featured in Becker’s Orthopedic Review article on Becoming an Orthopedic Leader

Dr. Romeo is featured in a new article in Becker’s Orthopedic Review. The article is entitled “Dr. Brian Cole & Dr. Anthony Romeo: 3 Ways to Be an Orthopedic Leader”. In the article Dr. Romeo and his colleague Dr. Brian Cole provide insight into how they became two of the leading orthopedic surgeons in the country.

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Thursday, October 17th, 2013