Dr. Gregory is a well-respected orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in the management and surgical treatment of shoulder and elbow problems. His general philosophy is to educate patients and partner with them to provide the highest quality care for their shoulder or elbow complaints. He prides himself on the following:

Maintaining an active interest in clinical education and research.
Extensive experience with shoulder replacements and revision surgery.
Understanding the unique demands of the overhead or elite athlete.
Minimally invasive, arthroscopic techniques to accelerate rehabilitation.


Repaired and ready to compete in IRONMAN Texas

In this article, Dr. Gregory discusses Lawrence’s biceps repair in more detail, and Lawrence highlights his road to recovery, including a personal best time at IRONMAN 70.3 Texas in Galveston.  Raising awareness about biceps injuries is important, as they can easily be treated if identified quickly.

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Dr. Gregory discusses biceps ruptures on KHOU Channel 11

Lawrence Waldron tore his biceps while training.  He saw Dr. Gregory in the office, and then underwent surgical repair of his biceps tendon.  Six months after surgery, he was able to complete an Ironman Triathlon.  His inspirational story was highlighted on KHOU channel 11, and includes Dr. Gregory discussing biceps injuries.  Biceps tears can be treated successfully if they are identified within the first few weeks after the injury.  If you suspect you may have injured your biceps, seek medical evaluation as soon as possible.

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Dr. Gregory featured on SiriusXM Doctor Radio

Do you have chronic shoulder pain?  It may be arthritis.  Dr. Gregory was featured for a live 30 minute interview on Doctor Radio, SiriusXM channel 110.  He fielded questions from callers nationwide about treatment and prevention of arthritis.  As a shoulder and elbow specialist, he encounters patients with arthritis frequently, and commonly performs anatomic and reverse shoulder replacements to help patients get rid of pain, and get back to their normal function.