John R. Trey Green III, M.D.

Associate Professor

John R. Trey Green III, M.D.

Specialty: Sports Medicine

College: B.A. in Psychology, University of Cincinnati, 1987

Medical School: M.D., University of Cincinnati, 1991

Internship: Michigan State University, General Surgery, 1991-1992

Residency: Michigan State University/McLaren Regional Medical Center, 1992-1996

Fellowship: Minneapolis Sports Medicine Center, 1996-1997

Board Certification: Board Certified - American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Board Certified-American Board of Orthopaedic Sports Medicine

UW Medicine Bio: http://www.uwmedicine.org/bios/john-green

About Dr. Green

It's estimated that knee injuries account for one-third of all medical visits in the United States. Physicians with the University of Washington Medical Center work to correctly diagnose and individually treat patients with a wide array of knee injuries, including torn ligaments, runner's knee and meniscus tears. Competitive tennis player Adam Rogers needed surgery to treat the acute meniscus tear in his knee. Dr. John R. Green performed arthroscopic surgery to ensure Adam would be able to keep his active lifestyle.

"I believe in a comprehensive approach; integrating education, treatment, rehabilitation and research, advancing the field of sports medicine one athlete at a time. As a teaching institution, we are the physicians who educate other doctors in sports medicine and surgery. We have the knowledge, experience, and desire to provide the highest quality patient care to individuals with active lifestyles."

Memberships:

  • Fellow, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
  • Fellow, American College of Surgery
  • Orthopedic Research Society
  • American College of Sports Medicine
  • American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • Arthroscopy Association of North America
  • Washington Orthopaedic Association

AAOS Disclosures

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Submitted on: 6/16/2014 9:46:39 AM

Item 1. Royalties from a company or supplier

  • No Conflict Reported
Item 2. Speakers bureau/paid presentations for a company or supplier

  • No Conflict Reported
Item 3A. Paid employee for a company or supplier

  • No Conflict Reported
Item 3B. Paid consultant for a company or supplier

  • No Conflict Reported
Item 3C. Unpaid consultant for a company or supplier

  • No Conflict Reported
Item 4. Stock or stock options in a company or supplier

  • No Conflict Reported
Item 5. Research support from a company or supplier as a PI

  • No Conflict Reported
Item 6. Other financial or material support from a company or supplier

The following conflicts were disclosed

  • Pacific Medical unrestricted educational grant; Stryker educational grant
Item 7. Royalties, financial or material support from publishers

  • No Conflict Reported
Item 8. Medical/Orthopaedic publications editorial/governing board

  • No Conflict Reported
Item 9. Board member/committee appointments for a society

The following conflicts were disclosed

  • AAOS
  • American Orthopaedic Association
  • American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • Arthroscopy Association of North America

Surgeries & Diagnosis

Common Surgeries

Arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and ankle

Common Diagnoses

Knee- meniscus tears, chondral injuries, ACL and other ligament tears. Arthroscopic and open meniscectomy, meniscus repair and allograft meniscus replacement, chondroplasty, microfracture and autologous and allograft osteoarticular transplantation, ACL, PCL, MCL and posterolateral corner repairs and reconstructions using autologous and allograft tendons

Shoulder- dislocations, subluxations and shoulder instability, SLAP lesions and other labral tears, rotator cuff tears, AC joint separations, osteolysis, and AC arthritis. Arthroscopic and open instability repairs, SLAP and labral repair, rotator cuff repair, AC joint stabilizations and distal clavicle resection

Elbow- Ulnar collateral ligament tears and instability, loose bodies and impingement. Arthroscopic and open ligament repair and reconstruction, loose body removal and debridement

Ankle- loose bodies, impingement and osteochondral injuries. Arthroscopic and open loose body removal, debridement, osteochondral repair

Hip- loose bodies, labral tears and impingement

Publications:

Appointments:

Sports Medicine Center at Husky Stadium

3800 Montlake Blvd NE
Box 354060

Seattle, WA 98195

Phone: (206) 520-5000 or toll free (877) 520-5000
Email: sportsmd@u.washington.edu