Dr. Skedros can manage the spectrum from simple to complex shoulder and elbow problems. He also routinely performs knee arthroscopic surgeries (“knee scopes”) and surgeries for various fractures and broken bones (e.g. ankle, wrist, and hip).
Elbow pain is a common problem and Dr. Skedros can find the appropriate treatment to get your elbow back into shape.
Dr. Skedros is a member of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons and is Utah's 1st fellowship trained shoulder and elbow surgeon.
He performs surgery at Intermountain Medical Center and at St. Mark’s Medical Center, which are the premier flagship hospitals for IHC and HCA, respectively.
Dr. Skedros is a fellowship-trained shoulder and elbow surgeon. What this means is that he participated in a formal advanced training program that included numerous research projects and hands-on practical experience in the surgical and non-surgical management of shoulder and elbow conditions and injuries. This fellowship training was under the direction of Wayne Z. Burkhead, an internationally renowned expert surgeon at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Skedros' extensive training includes being Chief Resident of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles where he completed a 6-year orthopaedic surgical residency.
Dr. Skedros is a board-certified surgeon and has been in practice in Utah for 17 years. He leads a research team that focuses on painful shoulder conditions and skeletal health. Dr. Skedros is also an avid fly fisherman and he enjoys bicycling, hiking, basketball, and drawing. He is a graduate of the University of Utah School of Medicine.LEARN MORE