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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. Economic analysis of athletic team coverage by an orthopedic practice
  10. Distal peripheral neuropathy after open and arthroscopic shoulder surgery: An under-recognized complication
  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