Grant D. Padley, D.O., specializes in Sports Medicine with an emphasis on treating knee, shoulder, hip and elbow injuries. He performs shoulder, hip and knee arthroscopy with ligament reconstruction, meniscal treatment and advanced cartilage restoration including biologic treatments and allograft transplantation.
He treats all aspects of shoulder disorders including dislocation, instability, separations, rotator cuff tears, fractures and shoulder replacements. His shoulder replacement surgeries include resurfacing arthroplasty, total shoulder arthroplasty and reverse total shoulder arthroplasty.
He has completed additional specialized training with world experts in hip arthroscopy and is one of a handful of surgeons in the region performing advanced hip arthroscopic techniques including labral repairs, labral reconstructions, and treatment of femeroacetabular impingement (FAI). He has been performing these since his arrival in the Valley carrying one of the highest volumes of hip arthroscopies in the region.
Dr. Padley is an orthopedic consultant and provider to the Cincinnati Reds for major league baseball spring training and throughout the year for their minor league and rookie league teams. He is also a consultant to Japanese professional baseball for the Saitama Seibu Lions. He is a consultant to Ballet Arizona for hip disorders and injuries. He was a team physician for the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury for four years including the 2014 championship season. He is the team physician for Benedictine University in Mesa and Millennium High School in Goodyear.
He is Fellowship Trained in orthopedic sports medicine and is Board Certified. He currently serves as a consultant for an orthopedic implant company for new product and technique development.
Dr. Padley is a member of the American Osteopathic Association, Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine, Maricopa County Medical Society and the National Orthopedic Education Society. He is an adjunct Assistant Professor at A.T. Still University and routinely gives lectures for physician assistant and medical students. Dr. Padley is from Kansas City, Missouri.
To view Dr. Padley’s personal website visit: www.hiparthroscopyphoenix.com