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Dr. Romeo Hosting Orthopedics Today Hawaii Annual Meeting

Orthopedics Today HawaiiDr. Romeo will be hosting the Orthopedics Today Hawaii annual meeting from January 18-22. The meeting is held at the Grand Hyatt in Kauai, Hawaii. The event features excellent faculty, a great learning environment and a fantastic location on the island of Kauai.

The event web site states, “With an expanded 5 day format featuring exciting new sessions and networking opportunities, the 2014 meeting was the most successful and highly attended in Orthopedics Today Hawaii history. In 2015, we plan to build on that momentum to create our best educational experience yet, offering a renowned faculty to provide attendees with perspective on the clinical, surgical and subspecialty advances you care about most.”

With more than 550 surgeons already registered, the event is sure to be a great educational event for all attending.

Learn more and register for the Orthopedics Today Hawaii annual meeting at www.healio.com/meeting/othawaii/home.

Friday, January 2nd, 2015

Dr. Romeo on Advisory Committee for Pitch Smart by Major League Baseball/USA Baseball

pitchsmart_logoDr. Romeo is on the advisory board for a web site started by Major League Baseball and USA Baseball called Pitch Smart, www.pitchsmart.org.

The web site offers a series of practical, age-appropriate guidelines to help parents, players and coaches avoid overuse injuries and foster long, healthy careers for youth pitchers. The site gives recommendations for pitch counts and rest, tailored to specific ages, while explaining risk factors, warning signs and all manner of questions related to Tommy John surgery.

Visit the Pitch Smart web site »

Read the NY Times article about Pitch Smart »

Friday, November 14th, 2014

Dr. Romeo speaking at the ASES 2014 Closed Meeting


Dr. Romeo will be speaking at the ASES (American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons) 2014 Closed Meeting in Pinehurst, North Carolina, from October 8-12.

Click here to learn more about the ASES »

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

Dr. Romeo appearing at the 2014 SECEC Congress in Istanbul, Turkey

sececDr. Romeo will be appearing at the 2014 “SECEC-ESSSE European Society for Surgery of the Shoulder and Elbow” Congress from September 17-20. It is the biggest Congress in Europe in the field of Surgery of the Shoulder and Elbow.

Click here to learn more about the 2014 SECEC Congress »

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

Dr. Romeo featured in Libertyville Review

Libertyville ReviewDr. Romeo recently completed an interview with Jo Kenrr from the Libertyville Review. The interview focused on young baseball pitchers and the prevention of injuries.

Click here to read an excerpt from the interview »

Monday, September 8th, 2014

San Francisco Gate: “Jake Peavy’s career saved by a surgical first”

SFGate-LogoThe San Francisco Gate has recently published an article entitled, “Jake Peavy’s career saved by a surgical first”. The article discusses the surgery Dr. Romeo completed on Giants pitcher Jake Peavy.

The article says, “Romeo had a lot of experience treating players with lat tears. In a 2012 interview with MLB.com, he said Peavy had less than a 50 percent chance of returning to an ‘elite level of pitching’ without the experimental surgery. Peavy trusted Romeo. He had no choice.”

Click here to read the entire San Francisco Gate article »

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

Dr. Romeo on ESPNRadio’s Sports Medicine Weekly

espnradioDr. Romeo was featured on last week’s Sports Medicine Weekly. He discussed shoulder injuries and surgeries with Dr. Brian Cole and Steve Kashul.

Click here to listen to the Sports Medicine Weekly episode »

Monday, July 21st, 2014

Bleacher Report names Dr. Romeo one of 10 Super Surgeons

Bleacher ReportBleacher Report recently published an article entitled “Meet the 10 Super Surgeons Tasked with Putting MLB’s Broken Arms Back Together”.

The article includes Dr. Romeo and some entertaining comments, including, “Anthony Romeo should be a fictional character. Down to his name, his story sounds more like a Grey’s Anatomy character than a respected surgeon. He’s brash, experimental and willing to go out on limbs that even other surgeons shy away from. Knee implants? Sure. Aggressive new shoulder techniques? Why not?”

Click here to read the article »

Friday, July 18th, 2014

US News & World Report names Rush University Medical Center one of top orthopedic hospitals in US

GR_PR_best_hospitals_rankings_110325950_wmUS News & World Report has named Rush University Medical Center one of the top orthopedic hospitals in the United States. Rush’s US News score is 65.8.

The data for the report are mostly derived from information provided by the American Hospital Association using a metric U.S. News & World Report called an “index of hospital quality,” based on structure, process, outcomes and patient safety. Structural measures include the amount and types of technology provided, the availability of nursing staff, and other patient services. The process of care measures the ways care is delivered, from diagnosis to treatment, prevention and patient education. Outcomes are based on risk-adjusted overall survival. Because mortality is a key factor in the complex weighting system employed by U.S. News & World Report, ophthalmology, psychiatry, rehabilitation and rheumatology are judged using a reputation metric.

To be eligible for inclusion in the report, a hospital must be a member in the council of teaching hospitals, be affiliated with a medical school, or have at least 200 beds and associated staff or at least 100 beds and at least four “key technologies” such as advanced imaging devices, a cardiac ICU and robotic surgery. Other criteria include statistics related to volume and discharge.

Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

Dr. Romeo in Orthopedics Today: Orthopedic surgeons should address challenges of youth sports from a team approach

Orthopedics TodayDr. Romeo’s latest commentary for Orthopedics Today has been published. Entitled, “Orthopedic surgeons should address challenges of youth sports from a team approach”, the article discusses the benefits of youth sports and the responsibilities of those involved in the care of young athletes.

Dr. Romeo writes, “Orthopedic surgeons need to address the most significant challenges from a team approach. Orthopedic surgeons know the benefits of sport, not only as a child or young adult, but also as part of a life-long commitment to better health and a greater sense of responsibility for our own well-being. We need to find the time and take the opportunities to lead the team in the prevention of sports-related injuries. The benefits of sport can be taken away from a child with one serious injury — an injury that may be prevented with the current knowledge available.”

Click here to read the entire commentary on the Orthopedics Today web site »

Thursday, July 10th, 2014