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Matthew D. Pepe, MD

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2500 English Creek Avenue
Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234

(800) 321-9999

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Long-term Correction in Sleep Disturbance Is Sustained after Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
  2. Arthroscopic Transosseous and Transosseous-Equivalent Rotator Cuff Repair: An Analysis of Cost, Operative Time, and Clinical Outcomes
  3. Accuracy of athletic trainer and physician diagnoses in sports medicine
  4. Conflict of interest in sports medicine: does it affect our judgment?
  5. Medial opening wedge high tibial osteotomy: A retrospective review of patient outcomes over 10 years
  6. Arthroscopic transosseous rotator cuff repair: A prospective study on cost savings, surgical time, and outcomes
  7. Sleep Disturbance Associated With Rotator Cuff Tear: Correction With Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
  8. Medial meniscus root repair: Are we healing and how do we tell?
  9. Distal peripheral neuropathy after open and arthroscopic shoulder surgery: An under-recognized complication
  10. Economic analysis of athletic team coverage by an orthopedic practice
  11. Triceps tendon ruptures requiring surgical repair in national football league players
  12. Clinical differentiation of upper extremity pain etiologies
  13. Distal biceps rupture: The coil sign
  14. Arthroscopic lysis of adhesions for the stiff total knee: Results after failed manipulation
  15. Cost benefit analysis of sports medicine team coverage: Is it worth our while?
  16. Conflict of interest in sports medicine: Does it affect our judgement?
  17. Short-/intermediate-term outcomes after medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction in the treatment of chronic lateral patellofemoral instability
  18. Humerus fractures at a regional trauma center: An epidemiologic study
  19. Short-/intermediate-term outcomes after medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction in the treatment of chronic lateral patellofemoral instability.
  20. Eminence-based medicine versus evidence-based medicine: It's okay for 12-year-old pitchers to throw curveballs; it's the pitch count that matters