Dr. Willis strives to offer his patients every possible means to become pain free, first with non-operative strategies, with consideration given to surgery if those fail. His extensive training and experience allows him to use the most current techniques, as well as perform revision surgery from prior failed procedures.
Matthew P. Willis, M.D. is a fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon who is a specialist in disorders of the Shoulder. During his Shoulder and Elbow fellowship at the Florida Orthopaedic Institute, Dr. Willis received extensive training in minimally invasive arthroscopic shoulder and elbow surgery including rotator cuff and labral repair, shoulder and elbow replacement, sports injuries, and fractures of the upper extremity. Additional areas of training and interest include sports medicine, treatment of arthritis, and general fracture care. He serves as an instructor at shoulder replacement courses, and hosts visiting orthopedic surgeons for additional instruction. He has authored numerous shoulder-related publications including the most recent chapter on reverse shoulder replacement in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons book on shoulder replacement. He also is currently a visiting instructor at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Department of Orthopedics.