Areas of special interest include shoulder arthritis, rotator cuff, distal humerus fractures, and biceps tendon ruptures/tendinitis.
Dr. Stephens received his medical degree from the University of Toledo School of Medicine and completed his orthopedic surgery residency at Mount Carmel Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio.
Following residency, he completed dual fellowship sub-specialty training. His first fellowship was in Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy in Miami, Florida at Doctor’s Hospital where he assisted in the care and treatment of the 2013 NBA Champion Miami Heat.
He then completed a Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship at the University of Texas at San Antonio under the guidance of world-renowned shoulder and elbow surgeons Drs. Rockwood, Morrey, and Wirth.
While there, he learned the latest techniques in shoulder and elbow arthroscopy and reconstruction.
“I utilize the most current operative and non-operative treatment techniques in order to customize the best plan of care.”