Jay D. Keener, MD
- Shoulder & Elbow
Sees Patients For
Shoulder and elbow arthroscopic surgery, shoulder instability, throwing shoulder injuries, labral tears and biceps tendon injuries, rotator cuff disease/tears, frozen shoulder syndrome, shoulder and elbow arthritis, shoulder fractures, minimally invasive shoulder fracture fixation, shoulder and elbow joint replacement, reverse shoulder arthroplasty, acromioclavicular and sternoclavicular joint injuries.
Patients Seen At
- Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Orthopedic Center14532 South Outer Forty RoadChesterfield, MO 63017Appointments:
- Center for Advanced Medicine Neurosurgical Cervical Spine Institute and Spine Center4921 Parkview PlaceSt. Louis, MO 63110Suite: AFloor: 12Fax: 314-747-2599Appointments:
- Barnes-Jewish Hospital
- Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital
- Orthopedic Surgery
Academic Title(s)Professor, Orthopedic Surgery
Chief, Shoulder and Elbow Service
2004 Shoulder and Elbow Reconstruction, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MissouriResidency
2003 Orthopedic Surgery, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, IowaMedical Degree
1998 West Virginia University, School of Medicine, Morgantown, West VirginiaB.S.
1991 Physical Therapy, West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, West Virginia
Clinical outcome studies of reconstructive shoulder and elbow surgery including: rotator cuff disease (partial and full thickness rotator cuff tears), shoulder and elbow arthritis, proximal humerus fractures, shoulder tendon transfers and labral/biceps tendon repairs. Outcomes of various resident education teaching methods. Basic science interests: biomechanical constructs for arthroscopic rotator cuff repair, shoulder tendon transfers for irreparable rotator cuff injuries.
Publications & Research
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