Jason Stein, MD, is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon, fellowship trained in shoulder and elbow surgery, who sees patients in Westminster (Carroll County), Ellicott City (Howard County), Bel Air (Harford County). Hunt Valley (Baltimore County) and in Baltimore at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital. He trained at the prestigious Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis with Ken Yamaguchi and Leesa Galatz. Dr. Stein has vast experience in the latest surgical techniques, from arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder and elbow to total shoulder and reverse shoulder replacement. He specializes in all disorders of the shoulder and elbow including arthritis, instability, rotator cuff tears, and throwing injuries.
Dr. Stein performs numerous arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs including arthroscopic subscapularis repairs, massive rotator cuff repairs, and revision rotator cuff repairs. He performs primary arthroscopic instability surgery of the shoulder as well as revision arthroscopic and open shoulder instability including the Latarjet procedure for patients with bone loss and multiple shoulder dislocations. He also performs pectorals major repairs.
A large portion of Dr. Stein's practice includes shoulder and elbow trauma including clavicle fractures, shoulder separations, proximal humerus fractures, humeral shaft fractures and complex elbow fractures and dislocations. Dr. Stein treats patients with the spectrum of the latest techniques including nonoperative treatment, open reduction internal fixation and reverse total shoulder for fracture and elbow replacement for fracture. He performs both primary and complex elbow surgery and reconstruction including distal biceps repairs, ligament reconstruction (including Tommy John surgery for throwing injuries), total elbow replacement, revision total elbow replacement and periprosthetic (near a previous replacement) shoulder and elbow fractures.
Dr. Stein also specializes in joint preservation surgery for both the shoulder and elbow. This includes shoulder and elbow arthroscopic cartilage transplantation surgeries to prevent or delay joint replacement. In fact, most patients with elbow arthritis can be treated without elbow replacement.
In addition to traditional treatment, Dr. Stein also offers a regenerative medicine technique that gently processes and uses your body's own fat tissue to cushion and support areas of injury or damage as your body heals itself.
Dr. Stein is assisted by Steven Doll, PA-C.