Matthew Stiebel, MD FRCSC, completed an orthopaedic surgery residency at McGill University and a subspecialty fellowship in sports medicine at Boston University after undergraduate and medical school degrees at Yale University. His specialties include complex shoulder and knee injuries.
Dr. Stiebel has published papers and book chapters on specialty surgeries of the knee and shoulder. He is an associate master instructor for the Arthroscopy Association of North America, where he instructs both arthrocopic shoulder and patellofemoral knee courses for surgeons in the US and internationally. He has lectured to the International Patellofemoral Reseach Group in London and New York City, and has worked with patellofemoral implant design companies.
His other current interest involves the repair of pectoralis major muscle tears and their subsequent outcomes. While in Montreal, Dr. Stiebel worked with the Montreal Canadians Hockey team and Expos Baseball team. During his fellowship time in Boston he was able to serve as team physician for the NCAA championship BU men’s hockey team, UMASS Boston Hockey, as well as work with the World Wrestling Entertainment Summer Slam Series. Locally, Dr. Stiebel stays active in the community by currently serving as team physician for some of the local high school football and gymnastics programs.
Yale University, New Haven, CT, BA (magna cum laude), English June, 1998
Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, M.D. June 2003
Internship: McGill University, Montreal, QC. July 2003-June 2004
Orthopaedic Surgery, McGill University, Montreal, QC. July 2004-June 2008
Boston University Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. Boston, MA August 2008- July 2009