Gregory Palutsis, MD

Physician in Florence, SC
Specialties:Orthopaedics
Languages:English
Gender:Male
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Gregory R Palutsis, MD, BS

Dr. Gregory Palutsis is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon with fellowship training in orthopaedic sports medicine. He has over thirty years of experience treating athletes of all levels. He was the orthopaedic surgeon for a NCAA Division I Big Ten Conference University Athletic Department for over 23 years. He has been head team physician for the United States Disabled Olympic Team at two Olympic competitions. He provides expert arthroscopic care for shoulder and knee injuries, treating rotator cuff injuries, dislocated shoulders, meniscus tears, ACL and other ligament injuries. He specializes in shoulder replacements, including reverse shoulder replacement, and knee replacement including partial knee replacement. A wide range of non-operative treatment is provided as well, including physical therapy, medication, injections and bracing. Dr. Palutsis at MUSC Health Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine is dedicated to helping you return to your active lifestyle.

Board Certifications: Orthopaedic Surgery
Education
  • Fellowship at University of Iowa College of Medicine
  • Residency at Northwestern Memorial Hospital
  • Internship at Northwestern Memorial Hospital
  • Medical School at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine

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    MUSC Health Florence Medical Center
    805 Pamplico Hwy
    Florence, SC 29505
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