Demetrios Douros, MD
Assistant Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery
Specialties: Sports Medicine
Board Eligible in Orthopaedic Surgery
(414) 805-7509 | (414) 805-7499 fax | firstname.lastname@example.org
"I believe the patient and physician relationship is one of trust and teamwork. Both must be invested in improving the patient’s condition to achieve an optimal result. For this to occur a foundation of trust and respect must be formed and this is what I try to achieve with every patient interaction."
Patient Care Focus:
Minimally Invasive Shoulder, Hip and Knee Surgery
Sports Related Injuries of the Upper and Lower Extremities
Femoral Acetabular Impingement
Hip Labral Tears
ACL and other ligamentous tears and injuries about the Knee
Meniscal Tears and Cartilage Injuries/Preservation of the Knee
Rotator Cuff Tears/Strains
Shoulder Labral tears
Degenerative Conditions of the Shoulder
Dr. Demetrios Douros joined the Orthopaedic Surgery Department in 2013 as an Assistant Professor specializing in Sports Medicine and general Orthopaedic Surgery.
Dr. Douros received his medical degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine in 2007, and completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2012, where he served on the department's Quality Improvement Committee (July 2011-June 2012) and received the MCW Department of Orthopaedic Surgery John S. Gould MD Lectureship Outstanding Research Award in 2012. From 2012-2013, he completed an Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship at The McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University.
Dr. Douros has served as an assistant team physician for Northwestern University Athletics (2012-2013,) The Chicago Blackhawks (2012-2013,) The Chicago Cubs (2013,) and the 2013 NCAA Hockey City Classic at Soldier Field in Chicago.
Dr. Douros is an active member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the Arthroscopy Association of North America, and the Milwaukee Orthopaedic Society. Dr. Douros sees patients at the Sports Medicine Center and the Moorland Reserve.
Hip Preservation is dedicated to diagnosing and treating conditions of the hip that, if left untreated, may lead to premature arthritis of the hip joint. Hip dysplasia, femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), and other abnormalities are common sources of hip pain in young, active patients. While these conditions can be due to a number of causes, early intervention can lead to improved function and decreased pain, and may prevent joint deterioration.
A team approach to young, active patients with hip pain gives the greatest chance for successful treatment. Our surgeons work closely with primary care sports medicine physicians, physical therapists, and radiologists to achieve the correct diagnosis and provide optimal treatment. Our physicians are actively working with other internationally recognized leaders in the in the field of Hip Preservation to research the causes of hip joint abnormalities and assess innovative treatment options for our patients.