Welcome to Shoulderkneedoc.com, the home website of Dr. Greg Portland. This website is designed to educate you on common problems and procedures relating to the shoulder and knee. The following information is intended to explain why your shoulder or knee hurts, and why a specific treatment may or may not have been recommended. Furthermore, if a picture is worth one hundred words, then pictures and video clips combined are worth ten thousand words.
This website should not take the place of a formal evaluation by a board certified orthopaedic surgeon. ENJOY!

Dr. Portland is a member of Illinois Bone & Joint Institute based in Glenview, Illinois.

Sports Medicine Specialist in Glenview

Dr. Greg Portland, M.D., is a sports medicine specialist in Glenview, Illinois, with a practice serving the Chicagoland and surrounding areas. Following graduation with honors from Dartmouth College, he attended the University of Virginia Medical School and completed his internship and orthopedic surgery residency at Northwestern University.

From his sports medicine center in Glenview, Dr. Portland treats a number of knee and shoulder related injuries that are common among athletes. With experience providing care for Chicago professional sports teams during his residency, Australian Rules football players in his fellowship, and elite collegiate and high school athletes in practice, Dr. Portland knows how to perform many surgeries necessary to keep athletes healthy, including arthroscopic knee surgery. In Chicago. Many athletes come to Dr. Portland because of his experience and care.

Dr. Portland performs patella surgery in Glenview, as well as handling ACL injuries. In Glenview, as in many places, this is one of the most common surgeries athletes must go through, but not all doctors get it right. You can trust Dr. Portland's expertise in performing knee and shoulder arthroscopy. In Chicago, there is no better choice.

For many treatments, including dislocated shoulder surgery in Glenview, contact the offices of Dr. Greg Portland, M.D., today.