Timothy G. Reish, MD

  • Specialties: Orthopedic Surgery, Sports Medicine, Shoulder & Elbow Surgery
  • Language: English

About Me

Conditions and Treatments

shoulder replacement, total knee replacement, revision of total knee arthroplasty, knee arthroscopy, knee surgery, elbow surgery, platelet rich plasma, knee injury, elbow fracture, neck pain, osteoarthritis of the knee, osteoarthritis of the shoulder, knee ligament tear, rotator cuff syndrome, knee dislocation, clavicle fracture, sports injury, torn medial meniscus, torn knee cartilage, shoulder injury, patellar tendonitis, anterior cruciate ligament tear, shoulder impingement syndrome, fracture nonunion, patellofemoral pain syndrome, dislocated shoulder, wrist fracture, knee fracture, shoulder pain, shoulder fracture, orthopedic surgery
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  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Senior Director, Insall Scott Kelly Institute
Board Certifications
  • American Board of Orthopedic Surgery - Orthopedic Surgery, 2005
Education and Training
  • Fellowship, Beth Israel Med Ctr-Singer Div, Adult Reconstructive Orthopedic Surgery, 2003
  • Residency, The Ohio State Univ Medical Center, Orthopaedic Surgery, 2002
  • MD from Temple University, 1997

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Research My Research


soft-tissue disorders , shoulder, knee

Research Summary

I have published numerous articles in peer-reviewed literature and authored several book chapters relating to orthpaedic disorders of the knee and shoulder.  I have recently worked extensively on new research and techniques to deliver biologic scaffolds to the shoulder in order to enhance rotator cuff tendon healing.

We are currently developing new pathways to aid patients in rapid recovery from shoulder and knee surgery by implementing peri, and post-operative pain management protocols in order to help patients recover with less pain and in a quicker fashion.

Research Interests Timeline

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