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SVFC Medical Advisory Board

Dr. James Andrews is internationally known and recognized for his scientific and clinical research contributions in knee, shoulder and elbow injuries, as well as his skill as an orthopaedic surgeon.

Dr. Andrews is a founding partner and medical director for the Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze, Florida. In addition, he is a founding member of the American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI).

Dr. Andrews has been the mentor for more than 250 orthopaedic/sports medicine fellows and more than 45 primary care sports medicine fellows. Involved in education and research in sports medicine and orthopaedic surgery, he has made major presentations on every continent, and has authored numerous scientific articles and books.


Dr. James Andrews performs elbow surgery at St. Vincent's in Birmingham, Ala. Andrews has done 40,000 surgeries, mostly on knees, shoulders and elbows.


Notable Patients

Dr. James Andrews' patient list reads like a cross-sport hall of fame. Here's a rundown of some of the most notable athletes who have been treated by Andrews:

Football Players

• Bo Jackson: shoulder surgery, 1984; hip replacement, 1992
• Doug Williams: knee, 1988
• Bruce Smith: knees surgery, 1990 and 1991
• Troy Aikman: elbow and shoulder, 1991
• Michael Irvin: shoulder surgery, 1994
• Emmitt Smith: shoulder surgery, 1994
• Trent Green: knee, 1999 and 2001
• Chad Pennington: shoulder surgery, 2005 (twice)
• Deuce McAllister: knee, 2005
• Daunte Culpepper: knee surgery, 2005 and 2006
• Takeo Spikes: achilles tendon, 2005
• Donovin Darius: ACL, 2005; shoulder, 2006
• Drew Brees: shoulder surgery, 2006
• Byron Leftwich: ankle, 2006
• Donovan McNabb: knee surgery, 2006
• Matt Hasselbeck: shoulder surgery, 2007
• Joey Porter: knee surgery, 2007
• Kenny Irons: knee, 2007
• Isaiah Kacyvenski: knee, 2007
• D.J. Shockley: knee, 2007
• Peyton Manning: knee surgery
• Eli Manning: shoulder consultation
• Marvin Harrison: knee surgery
• Brady Quinn: knee consultation
• Matt Leinart: broken-collarbone consultation
• Alex Smith: shoulder consultation
• Tom Brady: 3rd knee surgery, 2008
• Brett Favre: shoulder injury, ankle injury, 2010
• Robert Griffin III: knee surgery, 2013
• Rob Gronkowski: knee injury, 2013


Baseball Players

• Roger Clemens: shoulder surgery, 1985
• George Brett: knee surgery
• David Wells: elbow Tommy John, 1985
• Steve Carlton: shoulder surgery, 1985
• Jim Rice: elbow tendon surgery
• Cecil Fielder: shoulder surgery
• Jack Morris: shoulder consultation
• Mike Schmidt: shoulder surgery
• Paul Molitor, shoulder surgery, 1990
• Jimmy Key: elbow, 1988; shoulder, 1994, 1995
• Jose Rijo: elbow, 1995; five more elbow ops, 1996-2003
• Steve Karsay: elbow, 1995; shoulder, 2003
• Kerry Wood: elbow Tommy John, 1999
• David Cone: shoulder surgery
• Matt Morris: Tommy John
• John Smoltz: elbow, 2000 and 2003
• Carl Pavano: elbow, 2001 and 2006
• Jon Lieber: elbow, 2002
• A.J. Burnett : elbow, 2003
• Chris Carpenter, elbow surgery
• Andy Pettitte: elbow tendon surgery, 2004
• Gary Sheffield: shoulder surgery, 2004
• Jim Thome: elbow tendon surgery, 2005
• Mark Prior: shoulder, 2007
• Anibal Sanchez: shoulder, 2007
• Freddie Garcia: shoulder, 2007
• Chris Ray: elbow, 2007
• Jorge Posada: shoulder surgery, 2008
• Kenny Rogers: Tommy John
• Reggie Bush: knee consultation
• Jonathan Papelbon: biomechanics program
• Gary Carter: knee surgery
• Tim Raines: shoulder surgery
• Andre Dawson: knee surgery
• Josh Beckett: annual exam
• Derek Jeter, shoulder consultation
• Albert Pujols: elbow consultation
• Mariano Rivera: consultation
• Tim Hudson: biomechanics lab
• Barry Zito, biomechanics lab


Basketball Players

• Charles Barkley: shoulder surgery, 1990
• Michael Jordan: shoulder (therapy, not surgery), 1994
• Penny Hardaway: knee, 1996
• Randy Livingston: knee, 1996
• Scottie Pippen: elbow surgery, 2001
• Allen Iverson: elbow surgery, 2001
• Aaron McKie: shoulder, 2001
• Chris Webber: knee surgery, 2003
• Shaun Livingston: knee, 2007
• Shaquille O'Neal: shoulder consultation
• Vince Carter: knee exam
• Dwyane Wade: shoulder consultation


Golfers

• Jack Nicklaus: knee surgery, 1984
• Jerry Pate: shoulders: 1985, 1986, 2003, 2006
• Mark McCumber: shoulder, 1996
• Tiger Woods: knee consultation (19th hole)


Hockey Players

• Pavel Bure: knee consultation
• Jeremy Roenick: knee consultation


WWE

• Hulk Hogan: knee surgery

Nascar

• Bill Elliott: leg surgery

Tennis

• Alexandra Stevenson: shoulder surgery

Looks like Baseball is #1 for injuries.

The number of youth pitching injuries continues to increase at alarming rates.
Major League Baseball pitchers lose between 3-4% of rotator cuff strength over the course of a season.
Pitchers lose between 11-18% of arm strength from fatigue.
Pitching for more than 8 months out of the year increases your chance of getting injured by 5x.


Developing Safe and Effective Pitching Mechanics for Youth


Page #8: http://www1.avera.org/pdf/amck/ASPI-17302-REVDE0211-WEB.pdf

The following guide was constructed by Dr. James Andrews, one of the nation’s highly respected authorities on arm care, in conjunction with input from college and professional coaches, Physical Therapists, and Athletic Trainers.


Dr. Andrews’ Affiliations, Associations & Honors

Senior Orthopaedic Consultant for the Washington Redskins Professional Football team.
Medical Director for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays Professional Baseball Team.
Co–Medical Director for Intercollegiate Sports at Auburn University.
Senior Orthopaedic Consultant for Intercollegiate Athletics at the University of Alabama.
Orthopaedic consultant for the athletic teams of Troy University, University of West Alabama, Tuskegee University and Grambling University.
Team physician for the Birmingham Barons Double A Professional Baseball Team, an affiliate of the Chicago White Sox.
Co–Medical Director of the Ladies Professional Golf Association.
Member of the Sports Medicine Committee of the United States Olympic Committee.
Former committee member of the NCAA Competitive Safeguards in Medical Aspects of Sports Committee.
Current member of the Medical and Safety Advisory Committee of USA Baseball.
National Medical Director of Benchmark Medical, Inc.
Board of Directors member for FastHealth Corporation.
Board of Directors member for Robins Morton Construction Company.
Board of Trustees member for Troy University.
Alabama Sports Hall of Fame inductee and was named recipient of the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame 1992 Distinguished Sportsman Award.
Louisiana State University (LSU) Alumni Hall of Distinction. Inducted 1996.






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