Dr. Jonathan C. Levy is the highest-volume shoulder replacement surgeon in the country. He has held the position of chief of orthopedics at Holy Cross Orthopedic Institute since 2010, published more than 100 peer-reviewed articles on shoulder and elbow surgery, and has helped design many of the latest shoulder replacements and fracture solutions for the shoulder and elbow.
With expertise in arthroscopic and complex shoulder and elbow reconstruction, he utilizes state-of-the art surgical techniques and the latest technologies to treat the entire spectrum of shoulder and elbow injuries and problems. Each year, he performs close to 400 shoulder replacements and more than 150 arthroscopic rotator cuff surgeries, and he has become the region’s leading tertiary referral center for complex shoulder and elbow problems. As a regional leader in shoulder and elbow surgery, he is an active member of the prestigious American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES).
Dr. Levy attended Northwestern University for both undergraduate studies and medical school, as part of the accelerated 7-year medical program — the Honors Program in Medical Education. As an undergraduate, he graduated cum laude with honors, and in medical school, he was invited into the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha honor society.
Dr. Levy completed his residency training at Jackson Memorial Hospital—University of Miami. After residency, he completed a shoulder and elbow fellowship with Mark Frankle in Tampa and was a visiting elbow clinician at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
In addition to a prolific academic career publishing peerreviewed literature and book chapters on shoulder and elbow surgery, Dr. Levy is an experienced national and international speaker on shoulder and elbow disorders. He has been on the cutting-edge of development and surgeon training of the newest shoulder replacement devices, surgical techniques, and computer simulation surgical software. He is the medical director of the Holy Cross Orthopedic Research Institute and has been the program director of the ASES-sponsored Holy Cross Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship for the past eight years.