Brandon Steen, MD
Dr. Brandon Steen is a board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon, specializing in shoulder and elbow surgery. He received sub-specialty training at Florida Orthopaedic Institute where he performed several hundred primary and revision shoulder replacements, reverse shoulder replacements, as well as arthroscopic shoulder and elbow procedures.
Dr. Steen completed his orthopaedic training at Boston University Medical Center, a Level I Trauma Center. His training included significant exposure to complex fractures, joint replacement surgery and arthroscopic surgery.
He completed a post-doctoral research fellowship at Boston University that led to numerous peer reviewed articles on topics ranging from stem cell therapy to treatment of hip fractures. He is an author of three orthopaedic book chapters on treatment of shoulder and elbow fractures, and the science of bone healing. He graduated from Ohio State University College of Medicine with honors in surgery.
Prior to pursuing his medical career, Dr. Steen enjoyed and excelled at sports from a young age. He pitched for the Ohio State Buckeyes, while completing a degree in microbiology and pre-medicine.
Ohio State University College of Medicine