Brian Feeley, MD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||1500 Owens St.|
San Francisco CA 94158
|Stanford University||M.D.||2001||School of Medicine|
|UCLA||2007||Dawson Outstanding Teaching Award|
|OREF||2010||Young Investigator Grant|
||2010||Young Investigator Award|
|JOSPT||2012||George Davies-James Gould Excellence in Clinical Inquiry Award |
|Western Ortho Association||2012||WOA Young Investigator Award|
|OREF||2013||OREF Career Development Award|
|Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, UC San Francisco.||2014||James O Johnston Teaching Award.|
|OREF/ORS||2014||Kappa Delta Young Investigator Award. |
Brian Feeley, MD joined the UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery in 2008, and is currently an Associate Professor in Residence. Feeley received his bachelor of science degree from Stanford University and his medical degree from Stanford University School of Medicine before serving his residency in the UCLA Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. He completed a sports medicine and shoulder fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, where he also served as an assistant team physician to the New York Giants.
Dr. Feeley's clinical focus is on athletic injuries of the shoulder and knee and the use of minimally invasive/arthroscopic procedures to treat these problems. In the shoulder, he treats rotator cuff tears/impingement, shoulder instability and labral tears, clavicle fractures, shoulder arthritis and shoulder replacement with reverse shoulder arthroplasty. In the knee, he treats ACL and other ligament injuries, meniscus tears, cartilage injuries, and early arthritis.
Dr. Feeley performs research on common shoulder and knee problems. In the shoulder, he is studying the molecular mechanisms that are responsible for the development of muscle atrophy after rotator cuff tears. He is evaluating how stem cells residing within the muscle result in changes to the muscle tissue, and how to stimulate these cells to differentiate in ways to improve muscle function (http://feeleylab.ucsf.edu).
In the knee, he is evaluating techniques to use low cost motion analysis to improve lower extremity kinematics and decrease injury and re-injury risk after injuries and surgical procedures.
He has published over 120 peer reviewed articles, review studies, and book chapters, as well as a book on rotator cuff injuries. He has received the AOSSM and OREF Young Investigator Awards for his research, and in 2012 received the Western Orthopaedic Young Investigator Award. He is currently funded by the NIH and OREF for his research, and was the 2014 Kappa Delta Young Investigator Award winner from the OREF and ORS.
Dr. Feeley is currently the team physician for St. Ignatius College Prep High School and Balboa High School. He also serves as the UCSF sports medicine fellowship director and associate program director for the UCSF Orthopedic Surgery residency.
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