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Joseph DeAngelis, MD

Joseph P. DeAngelis, MD is an orthopedic surgeon at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) who completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery. He specializes in sports-related injuries and disorders of the knee and shoulder. His clinical expertise includes knee reconstruction, shoulder restoration procedures and shoulder replacement. Dr. DeAngelis evaluates and treats sports-related problems as well as degenerative shoulder conditions.


Why a Broken Bone Isn’t So Bad

An orthopedic surgeon says that even for a college athlete, a broken bone isn’t the worst that could happen.


What Really Happened to Jacoby Ellsbury’s Shoulder?

Is it a bruise, a strain, a contusion, a partial dislocation, a subluxation, or a sprain?


An Eye-Opening Look at China’s Olympic Diving Practice

Meet the regimen that blew one orthopedic surgeon’s mind.


No Pain (And Much to Gain)

Pushing through the pain has its place in exercise, but there are times when you need to stop.

Hand Bones and Arthritis

What is Arthritis and How Can You Fight It?

Over one million Massachusetts residents suffer from it, but do we even know what it is?