Orthopedics, Shoulder Care, Fractures & Trauma
18444 N. 25th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85023
Jason Scalise, MD is a board certified and internationally fellowship-trained specialist in reconstructive and arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder practicing with The CORE Institute. Dr. Scalise is also a national leader in the fields of shoulder replacement surgery, revision shoulder replacement surgery, shoulder fracture surgery and rotator cuff surgery and was the recipient of the Cleveland Clinic Innovator Award and is the past President of the Arizona Orthopedic Society.
He has presented research in national and international forums and has authored several book chapters regarding shoulder reconstructive surgery while supporting The CORE Institute’s mission of musculoskeletal excellence, education clinical quality as a frequent contributor, author, and lecturer in the areas of healthcare payor reform strategies and patient advocacy.
Dr. Scalise completed his fellowship training in shoulder surgery at the renowned Cleveland Clinic. After his fellowship training, he was appointed as a shoulder specialist at the Cleveland Clinic. Prior to his fellowship training, Dr. Scalise finished his residency at Wayne State University, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery in Detroit, Michigan where he received the Herbert E. Pedersen Resident Award for Excellence in Orthopaedic Surgery.
Dr. Scalise completed his medical degree at Finders University of South Australia School of Medicine in Adelaide, Australia and obtained his bachelor’s degree at the University of California in San Diego.
Wayne State University
Flinders University of South Australia
University of California
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