Scott P. Stephens, MD
Fellowship trained Shoulder Surgeon

 Scott P. Stephens M.D. Fellowship trained Shoulder Surgeon

Dr. Scott Stephens is an orthopaedic surgeon with special interest in Shoulder and Elbow surgery and Sports medicine. He believes each patient deserves the opportunity to return to activities that they have a passion for and that this can only be achieved by individualizing treatment.

Dr. Stephens grew up in northeast Ohio. He received his medical degree from The University of Toledo School of Medicine and completed his Orthopaedic Surgery Residency in Columbus, Ohio at the Mount Carmel Medical Center.

Following residency, Dr. Stephens completed dual fellowship sub-specialty training. His first fellowship was in Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy in Miami, FL at Doctor’s hospital where he assisted in the care and treatment of the 2013 NBA Champion Miami Heat. He was than accepted to the prestigious Shoulder and Elbow fellowship at the University of Texas in San Antonio under the guidance of world renowned shoulder and elbow surgeons Dr. Rockwood, Dr. Morrey, and Dr. Wirth. There he learned the latest techniques in shoulder and elbow arthroscopy and reconstruction.

During his training, Dr. Stephens has cared for athletes at all levels of competition from high school to the professional level and has performed all aspects of shoulder surgery from minimally invasive arthroscopy to complex shoulder replacements. In addition, he has strived to further the understanding of orthopaedic surgery by participating in continued research on shoulder and elbow surgery.

Education

  • Undergraduate: John Carroll University
  • Medical School: University of Toledo School of Medicine
  • Residency: Mount Carmel Medical Center
  • Fellowship: Doctor's Hospital Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Fellowship
  • Fellowship: University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio Shoulder and Elbow Orthopaedic Surgery

Publications

  • P. Stephens, Spencer E, Wirth M. Radiographic results of augmented all-polyethylene glenoids in the presence of posterior glenoid bone loss during total shoulder arthroplasty. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2016.
  • Levy J, Everding N, Gil C, Scott Stephens, Giveans R. Speed of Recovery following Shoulder Arthroplasty: A comparison of Reverse and Anatomic Total Shoulder Arthroplasty. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2014; 23(12):1872-81.
  • Scott Stephens, Paisley K, Dutta A, Rockwood C, Wirth M. Current Concepts: Shoulder Arthroplasty in the presence of Posterior Glenoid Bone Loss. J Bone and Joint Surg Am. 2015. Feb.
  • Scott Stephens, Paisley K, Giveans R, Wirth M. Effect of Proximal Humeral Bone loss on Revision Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty. J Shoulder Elbow Surg. 2015; 24(10):1519-26.
  • Scott Stephens, Politi J, Taylor B. Evaluation of Primary Tot Scott Stephens, Politi J, Taylor B. Evaluation of Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty closure with the use of Continuous Bidirectional Barbed Suture. Surgical Technology International. 2012. Dec 1; XXI: 199-203.
  • Scott Stephens, Politi J, Backes J, Czaplicki T. Repair of Medial Collateral Ligament Injury during Total Knee Arthroplasty. Orthopaedics. 2012. Feb; 17:35(2):e154-1
  • Klingele K, Scott Stephens. Management of ACL Elongation in the Surgical Treatment of Congenital Knee Dislocation. Orthopaedics. 2012. July; 1:35(7):e1094-98

Scott P. Stephens, MD

1313 Olentangy River Rd
Columbus, OH 43212

Phone: (614) 890-6555

Scott P. Stephens, MD

1030 Refugee Rd #180
Pickerington, OH 43147

Scott P. Stephens, MD

6770 Avery Muirfield Drive
Dublin, OH 43017

Scott P. Stephens, MD

70 South Cleveland Avenue
Westerville, OH 43081