Welcome to Orthopaedic Specialists

Louisville Orthopedic Sports MedicineDr. Stacie L. Grossfeld is a graduate of the University of Louisville School of Medicine. She served her internship and residency at the University of Minnesota. She completed a fellowship in Sports Medicine at the Fowler- Kennedy Sports Medicine Center.

Dr. Grossfeld is Board Certified in orthopaedic surgery through the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS), having successfully completed both Part 1 and Part 2 exams. In addition, Dr. Grossfeld earned a unique and special Board Certification in Sports Medicine, which only a small percentage of orthopaedic surgeons have obtained.

As part of her work at Orthopaedic Specialists, Louisville orthopedic surgeon Dr. Stacie Grossfeld enjoys serving as a mentor for female medical students interested in working in orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine,  through the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery (AAOS).

Dr. Grossfeld is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Louisville, and a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Family Medicine and the Department of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics.  Learn more about Louisville orthopedic Dr. Stacie Grossfeld and the louisville orthopedic staff at Orthopaedic Specialists.

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RECENT BLOG ARTICLES

  • Jul24
    Four Layers of The Hip & How They Factor Into Athletic Injuries

    A recent article from the April edition of American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons focused on how hip injuries can lead to long-term negative effects within the athletic community. To thoroughly explain how these injuries occur, the authors Dean Lynch, Aseesh Bedi, and Christopher Larson discuss the hip joint according to four separate layers. The Osseous… Read more »

  • Jul19
    Shoulder Dislocation Research Discovers Age as Biggest Threat

    Competitive sports and accidents may result in shoulder dislocation injuries for some individuals. This type of injury is treated through rehabilitation, immobility, and sometimes surgery. Shoulder dislocations can be debilitating, uncomfortable and painful. Dr. Grossfeld has some of the latest research on shoulder dislocations to help you better understand this injury and further complications. The researchers evaluated… Read more »

  • Jul12
    Are There Benefits in Undergoing ACL Reconstruction After 60?

    ACL stands for Anterior Cruciate Ligament and this part of the human body runs between the femur and the tibia. It is one of a pair of cruciate ligaments in the human knee. The other is the Posterior Cruciate Ligament which is located deeper within the knee joint. When an ACL is injured, or torn,… Read more »