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Dr. Paul Cagle Jr. is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon, Assistant Professor and Associate Program Director at Mount Sinai specializing in shoulder and elbow surgery. Dr Cagle currently focuses on shoulder and elbow surgery spanning from sports injuries, to rotator cuff tears, to minimally invasive surgery, to fracture care to joint replacement for arthritis. He started his career at SIU where he was the Orthopaedic Surgery Department Chair and head of Clinical and Translational Research. During his education, he completed a shoulder and elbow fellowship at Mount Sinai, and he chose to follow his fellowship with additional training in shoulder replacement, shoulder stabilization and rotator cuff repair in Lyon, France with acclaimed shoulder surgeon Dr. Gilles Walch. He graduated with honors from St. Ambrose University where he was a collegiate football athlete and a two time Academic All-America Scholar Athlete. He earned his medical degree at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, and he then completed his orthopeadic surgery residency at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. Dr. Cagle's Approach: "I feel truly privileged to use knowledge and experience I have gain through working with true leaders in the field of shoulder and elbow surgery to provide thoughtful, timely and advanced care to my patients. My commitment is to always be mindful of my patient's family, occupational and personal needs while improving their lives and conditions as quickly and safely as is possible. I believe in a team centered approach offering and utilizing nonsurgical treatments first and surgical interventions only when absolutely necessary. Each person is an individual, and they deserve a treatment plan designed for them."