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  • Lecture Series 2011

Rotator Cuff & Labral Tears

Lake Washington Physical Therapy is excited to have Dr. Vincent Santoro in for a night of discussion and education of rotator cuff on how it affects all of us, when a referral is necessary, and how to manage your overhead athletes.

 

The lecture will run for approximately 30 minutes with time for questions and answers afterwards. All attendees will receive a gift card towards running shoes carried at LWPT and Every Day Athlete. Don't forget to RSVP quickly as there is limited space available.

 

Education:
MD University of Connecticut, Storrs
BS Chemistry, University of Connecticut, magna cum laude

Fellowship:

Jack McDaniel Fellowship, University of Berne, Switzerland, Advanced Reconstruction
Fellowship:

University of Washington-Harborview, ACE in Trauma & Reconstruction
Residency:

General Surgery, Hartford Hospital, CT

 

Bio:
Dr. Santoro’s expertise in rotator cuff, fracture and instability repairs, both arthroscopic and open reconstruction, is the result of his vast experience of over 20 years in Orthopedics and over 10,000 surgeries, together with trauma training, teaching nationally on fracture care, and specialty training in shoulder surgery at the University of Berne.

 

"My motto is ‘Play. Heal. Play.’

Nothing is more satisfying than helping you get back in the game."

 

Practices:

Orthopedic International

Shoulderworks


Memberships:
Member American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
Member American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Member Arthroscopy Association of North America
Member Orthopaedic Trauma Association

 

Shoulder

 

Frozen x-ray

 

Rotator Cuff

Rotator Cuff


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