Dr. Glen Ross serves as chief of the division of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery at New England Baptist Hospital, where he has been on staff as an attending orthopaedic surgeon for 18 years. Additionally, he is chief of the division of Sports Medicine. He is the founder, and director, of the New England Shoulder and Elbow Center within Boston Orthopaedic & Spine.
Dr. Ross also holds academic appointments as Assistant Clinical Professor at Tufts University School of Medicine, and at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. He has authored over 40 publications in leading Orthopaedic journals. His numerous honors include several teaching awards, numerous Navy service medals, and research awards, including a Neer nomination in 1998 for elbow studies.
Dr Ross has been recognized as “Best of Boston,” "MedStatix Top Performer,"
and in Castle-Connolly’s “Best Orthopaedic Surgeons in America”. Dr. Ross is certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery.
Dr. Sarav Shah is a double board certified & dual fellowship trained Orthopaedic Surgeon at New England Baptist Hospital. He completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship at New England Baptist in Boston as well as a fellowship in Shoulder/Elbow Arthroscopic and Reconstructive Surgery at the prestigious Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. He has experience with various shoulder/elbow and sports related pathology including rotator cuff tears, ACL injuries, and shoulder arthritis.
Dr. Shah holds an academic appointment as Assistant Clinical Professor at Tufts University School of Medicine and currently serves as Co-Fellowship Director for the Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship at New England Baptist Hospital. He has over 25 peer reviewed publications including 15 in the year 2020. He was awarded the 2020 Teacher of the Year for New England Baptist Hospital Sports Medicine Service and received the 2019 Mid-Atlantic Shoulder/Elbow Society Research Grant.
Dr. Shah currently serves as a Team Physician for Merrimack College and Brandeis University. He also serves on the Editorial Board for the esteemed Sports Medicine Journal: Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic & Related Surgery.
Languages spoken: English and Gujarati
Lampros Minos, PA Graduated Boston University in 1986 with an undergraduate degree in Health Sciences and Exercise Physiology. After several years as an athletic trainer, he attended te Charles Drew School of Medicine Physician Assistant Program in Los Angeles. For over 20 years, he has been diagnosing and treating orthopedic injuries. He has assisted in thousands of surgical procedures and continues to be a preceptor for many PA programs locally and nationally.
Brittany Cheney, PA-C completed her undergraduate degree with High Honors in Psychology from the University of Maine. While at UMaine, Brittany was the starting shortstop on the softball team, earning the Dean Smith award for achievement her senior year. She completed her honor’s thesis on “The perception of parental pressure versus support in Division One female athletes.”
She was inducted into the University of Maine Athletic Hall of Fame in 2021. After undergrad, she became an EMT working for Boston EMS. In 2012, she wanted a break from New England winters and attended the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. There she obtained her Masters degree in Physician Assistant studies and served as the Vice President of her class.
She developed an interest in sports medicine throughout the many years she spent in athletics. She assists Dr. Shah in surgery and specializes in ultrasound guided joint injections. Her special interests are female athletic injuries and the psychology of returning athletes to the playing field.
Dr. Sarav Shah is a dual fellowship trained Orthopaedic Surgeon.