Biceps Tendon Problems
UK Basketball team physician since 2001
UK Baseball team physician since 1998
Performed surgery on multiple current NBA, MLB, and PGA players
Georgetown College and Kentucky State University team physician
USA Basketball team physician for U-19 Team, Cairo, Egypt, 2017
US Ski and Snowboard team physician pool
Over 20 years of experience as a surgeon at UK
Fellowship trained in sports medicine and shoulder surgery
Southern Orthopaedic Association board member
Reviewer for 10 orthopaedic journals
Over 200 regional, national, and international sports medicine speaking engagements
Program Chair for Southeastern Conference Physicians’ Meeting
Biceps Tendon Problems
The biceps tendon runs up the front of the arm, attaching the biceps muscle to the shoulder joint. It turns a corner into the shoulder over a structure that is like a pulley. It is common for the biceps to become partially torn, inflamed, or unstable around this pulley. This can lead to significant pain in the front of the shoulder. Pain around the biceps tendon can often be improved with physical therapy or ultrasound guided injection of medicine around the tendon. For more significant problems, or when non-operative treatment does not resolve symptoms, surgery to re-attach the biceps below the pulley has an excellent chance of solving the problem.
Ratings & Reviews
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Dr.Mair and his staff and interns are the best orthopedic office I've ever been to. Knowledgable, friendly, professional, caring...Even if I'm in pain I look forward to my visit because I know they will do whatever can be done to improve my condition. Superior medical knowledge and interaction with me as a patient and a person.
Wonderful provider - Wonderful experience. Very comforting to be in his care.
Came to Dr. Marie (Mair) as a second opinion because I did not like the way I was treated at another practice. Dr. Marie (Mair) listened to my questions and gave me a wealth of knowledge to make an educated decision on what to do about my injury. I(I am taking this survey on my phone and it is auto correcting his name. I cannot fix the typos due to the formatting. )
NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE ON YOUTH THROWING INJURIES
By SCOTT D. MAIR
THE baseball playoffs are in full swing, the first game of the World Series is on Wednesday and millions of young boys will be watching, dreaming of some day playing in the big leagues.