Matthew T. Provencher
Education: United States Naval Academy, B.S. in Electrical Engineering (Secretary of Navy Distinguished Graduate, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi) Dartmouth Medical School, M.D. Doctor of Medicine (Alpha Omega Alpha)
Professional Career: Qualified Independent Medical Examiner (Washington/Alaska): 2005-Present Associate Professor of Surgery and Orthopedics (Uniformed Services University of Health and Sciences): 2011 – Present Department Head (Navy Orthopedics- San Diego Reserve): 2015 – Present Consultant Team Physician (New England Patriots- New England, NFL): 2016- Present Principle Investigator (Steadman Philippon Research Institute): 2016-Present Complex Shoulder, Knee, Sports Surgeon (The Steadman Clinic): 2016-Present Main Area of Focus and Special Training: Knee, Shoulder, and Sports Naval Medical Center San Diego(Intern and Resident): 1998-2004 American Orthopedic Association (John, J Fahey, MD, Memorial North American Traveling Fellowship, Traveled to 14 Cities): 2005 Rush University Medical Center (Shoulder, Knee and Sports Fellowship Program Director: B. Bach, Jr., MD, Chicago, IL): 2006-2007 American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, AOSSM Traveling Fellowship, Pacific Rim Tour): 2007 American Orthopaedic Association AOA-ABC
Traveling Fellowship: 2013 Publications (being presented): Superior capsule reconstruction does partially restore glenohumeral stability in massive posterosuperior rotator cuff deficiency – a dynamic robotic shoulder model. Lucca Lacheta1,2, Alex W. Brady2, Samuel I. Rosenberg2, Travis J. Dekker3, Ritesh Kashyap2, Grant J. Dornan2, Matthew T. Provencher4, Peter J. Millett4 1Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany, 2Steadman Philippon Research Institute, Vail, United States, 3Eglin Air Force Base Orthopaedics, Eglin, United States, 4The Steadman Clinic, Vail, United States The complete abstract will be published on May 11, 2021. Superior Labrum Anterior-Posterior (SLAP) repair versus subpectoral biceps tenodesis for isolated SLAP II lesions in overhead athletes aged younger 35 years: a comparison of minimum two-year outcomes Lucca Lacheta1,2, Marilee P. Horan2, Travis J. Dekker3, Brandon Goldenberg2, Grant J. Dornan2, Liam Peebles2, Matthew T. Provencher4, Peter J. Millett4 1Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany, 2Steadman Philippon Research Institute, Vail, United States, 3Eglin Air Force Base Orthopaedics, Eglin, United States, 4The Steadman Clinic, Vail, United States The complete abstract will be published on May 11, 2021.