July 10, 2013
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Anthony A. Romeo, MD, joins Orthopedics Today as new Chief Medical Editor

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We welcome a new Chief Medical Editor, Anthony A. Romeo, MD, with the July issue of Orthopedics Today, which is online today.

Romeo, an internationally known educator, surgeon and researcher, is a professor in the Department of Orthopedics at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. He is the program director of the Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship, and section head of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery in the Division of Sports Medicine at Rush University. He is also co-team physician for the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Bulls. Romeo’s research interests are on clinical evaluations of rotator cuff repair and shoulder stabilization as well as biomechanical and anatomical analysis of the biceps tenodesis.


Anthony A. Romeo

“I am honored to be named as the new Chief Medical Editor of Orthopedics Today. Much of my professional career has been dedicated toward education, which I pursued with a passion for taking complex concepts and distilling them down to understandable and practical ideas. I will continue these efforts in my role with Orthopedics Today,” Romeo writes in his first Commentary. “I look forward to your comments and suggestions as we present this information in your hands each month through our printed publication with links to our web-based portal, Healio.com/Orthopedics, for further in-depth analysis and review.”

The full Commentary, “Team physicians must balance conflict of interest,” is now available online. To read the July issue of Orthopedics Today, click here.