Published: Sept. 9, 2011
Updated: Sept. 14, 2011
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Duke Orthopaedics warmly welcomes several new physicians who will help extend the care we provide to our patients. Each shares Duke’s commitment to providing high-quality care.
Samuel B. Adams Jr., MD, fills the role of director of foot and ankle research and will practice at Duke Orthopaedics at Page Road. His clinical interests include management of all disorders of the foot and ankle, total ankle replacement, and orthobiologic applications to foot and ankle surgery -- including stem cells therapies and platelet rich plasma.
Harvard-trained Grant E. Garrigues, MD, joins Duke Sports Medicine and Duke Orthopaedics at Page Road. His clinical interests include joint replacement, reconstructive surgery of the shoulder and elbow, treatment of rotator cuff tears, labral tears, impingement syndrome, cartilage defects, arthritis, instability, and nerve compression.
Duke-trained Richard C. Mather III, MD, joins Duke Sports Medicine and Duke Orthopaedics at Page Road. His clinical interests include hip arthroscopy, sports injuries of the hip, femoroacetabular impingement, cartilage and meniscus injuries, cartilage restoration and transplantation, shoulder replacement and reconstruction, reverse shoulder arthroplasty, shoulder instability, rotator cuff injuries, and ACL reconstruction.
Fellowship-trained in shock trauma, Rachel M. Reilly, MD, brings her expertise in orthopaedic trauma to Duke Orthopaedics. Reilly is a former competitive swimmer. Her clinical interests include acute orthopaedic trauma surgery including fractures of the pelvis, acetabulum, and periarticular fractures.
Drs. Adams, Garrigues, Mather, and Reilly are currently accepting new patients.
To make an appointment, contact 888-ASK-DUKE (888-275-3853).