Stephanie Hsu, MD Orthopedic Surgeon


Stephanie Hsu, MD

Dr. Hsu attended Georgia Tech where she graduated early with honors in Mechanical Engineering. After completing undergrad, Dr. Hsu received her medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia and pursued a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and Biomechanics at the University of Southern California to expand her understanding of surgical implant design.

Dr. Hsu specializes in both adult and adolescent sports medicine, shoulder surgery, and the athlete’s elbow and has completed fellowships and training with some of the most prestigious sports medicine institutions in the nation, including Tufts University-New England Medical Center and Columbia University in New York City. While in New York, Dr. Hsu also trained with Yankee team physicians, assisting in care for professional athletes.

In addition, Dr. Hsu’s research has been published in esteemed sports-medicine journals, and she has authored educational resources covering topics such as total and reverse shoulder arthroplasty, shoulder labral and rotator cuff tears, and examination of the athlete’s elbow, and prevention of adolescent sports injuries.

Education & Training

  • Medical School, Medical College of Georgia
  • Residency, Orthopedic Surgery, Tufts University Combined Program, Boston, MA
  • Fellowship, Shoulder, Elbow and Sports Medicine, Columbia University, New York, NY

Clinical Interests

  • Pediatric and adolescent sports injuries and fracture care
  • Treatment for disorders of the upper extremity, including complex shoulder and elbow arthroscopy, reconstruction and arthroplasty, fracture care (clavicle, humerus)
  • Sports Medicine – non-operative and operative arthroscopic and open treatments, including knee ACL reconstruction, meniscus surgery, shoulder rotator cuff and labral surgery, and elbow surgeries
  • Minimally invasive and non-operative injury management
  • Tennis players, baseball/softball players, overhead athletes, runners, crossfitters, female athletes and injuries
Stephanie Hsu, MD
Dr. Hsu attended Georgia Tech where she graduated early with honors in Mechanical Engineering. After completing undergrad, Dr. Hsu received her medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia and pursued a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and Biomechanics at the University of Southern California to expand her understanding of surgical implant design.Dr. Hsu specializes in both adult and adolescent sports medicine, shoulder surgery, and the athlete’s elbow and has completed fellowships and training with some of the most prestigious sports medicine institutions in the nation, including Tufts University-New England Medical Center and Columbia University in New York City. While in New York, Dr. Hsu also trained with Yankee team physicians, assisting in care for professional athletes.

In addition, Dr. Hsu’s research has been published in esteemed sports-medicine journals, and she has authored educational resources covering topics such as total and reverse shoulder arthroplasty, shoulder labral and rotator cuff tears, and examination of the athlete’s elbow, and prevention of adolescent sports injuries.

 Education & Training

  • Medical School, Medical College of Georgia
  • Residency, Orthopedic Surgery, Tufts University Combined Program, Boston, MA
  • Fellowship, Shoulder, Elbow and Sports Medicine, Columbia University, New York, NY

Clinical Interests

  • Pediatric and adolescent sports injuries and fracture care
  • Treatment for disorders of the upper extremity, including complex shoulder and elbow arthroscopy, reconstruction and arthroplasty, fracture care (clavicle, humerus)
  • Sports Medicine – non-operative and operative arthroscopic and open treatments, including knee ACL reconstruction, meniscus surgery, shoulder rotator cuff and labral surgery, and elbow surgeries
  • Minimally invasive and non-operative injury management
  • Tennis players, baseball/softball players, overhead athletes, runners, crossfitters, female athletes and injuries