Dr. Shail Vyas is a fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine and arthroscopic procedures. He received his medical degree from UCLA School of Medicine. He stayed in Los Angeles and completed his internship and residency also at UCLA Medical Center. He chose to pursue specialty training in sports medicine and arthroscopy at the world famous University of Pittsburgh Center for Sports Medicine. He trained under world renowned surgeons including Dr. Freddie Fu, Dr. Christopher Harner, and Dr. James Bradley. While there, he served as team physician for many college and professional teams, including the Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Penguins, and the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater. During his fellowship, he also worked with Drs. Lovell and Collins who wrote the NFL guidelines for concussion management.
Dr. Vyas has special skills in arthroscopic knee and shoulder surgery. He enjoys treating problems of the knee that involve ligament, cartilage, or meniscal pathology. He is an expert in single and double-bundle ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction. He also is an expert in treating shoulder problems such as rotator cuff injury, impingement, labral injuries, shoulder dislocations, and shoulder instability. He is adept at operative and non-operative treatment of orthopaedic ailments including general orthopaedic problems and fractures. Dr. Vyas also manages concussion syndrome He also volunteers as team physician for local high schools.
Dr. Vyas has published multiple articles in peer reviewed journals and has authored several book chapters in the orthopaedic literature. He prides himself on modern minimally invasive treatment. He also prides himself on patient education and quality communication as well as timely and efficient service.