For Mike Meadows, Enough Was Enough
“I had just had it. Enough is enough,” Mike Meadows, of Harrison Township, explains in frustration. Mike, a retired chemical operator for General Electric, had both shoulders replaced within a year at Good Samaritan Hospital.
Initially, Mike made an appointment with an orthopedic surgeon; however, the doctor he met with only specialized in knee replacements. “There was only one guy he would recommend for shoulder surgery: Dr. Rolf.” Read More >>
Shoulder Pain Seminar
Dr. Rolf hosts educational events for anyone experiencing shoulder pain or discomfort. At these events, he will present many surgical and non-surgical alternatives for shoulder pain and answer questions about specific conditions. Please check back on this webpage for updates on future programs or call 513-813-1639 for more info.
About Dr. Rolf:
Robert Rolf, MD is a native of Cincinnati and a graduate of La Salle High School. He attended the University of Notre Dame where he received a BS in Chemical Engineering. After working as a Sales Engineer for two years, he returned to Cincinnati to study at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
Dr. Rolf completed his orthopedic surgery residency at Emory University in Atlanta, Ga. He continued his training as a shoulder and elbow specialist at the Boston Shoulder Institute at Harvard under the guidance of Jon JP Warner, MD; Larry Higgins, MD; and Tom Holovacs, MD. He is not only board certified in Orthopedic Surgery, but also has his Specialty Certificate in Sports Medicine.
Throughout his fellowship he received extensive training in advanced arthroscopic techniques for shoulder instability and rotator cuff tears. He also received a world class experience in complex shoulder reconstructive procedures including tendon transfers, shoulder replacement and reverse shoulder replacement. In addition, he has a strong interest in sports medicine as well as fracture management.
Dr. Rolf is the Co-Director of the Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine sports medicine fellowship, training surgeons throughout the country about sports medicine and shoulder surgery. He was recognized in 2013 by Venue Magazine as a “Great Leader Under 40.”
In 2013, Dr. Rolf was instrumental in helping TriHealth's Good Samaritan Hospital become the first Cincinnati hospital and the 12th hospital in the country to achieve The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™ for shoulder replacement. When not at work, he stays busy with his four active children. His only saving grace is that his twins like the same sports!
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