The Orthopedic Group doctors and surgeons that specialize in shoulder and elbow conditions are able to diagnose and treat numerous conditions and disorders within these body parts. Regardless of the cause of your discomfort, The Orthopedic Group shoulder and elbow specialists can treat and rehabilitate your condition.

By working with your primary care physician and available testing, diagnosis of your shoulder or elbow condition helps The Orthopedic Group doctors create a treatment plan and better determine if you may need surgery, or if you just need rehabilitation. By using X-Rays, MRIs and other diagnostic testing, The Orthopedic Group’s shoulder and elbow specialists can pinpoint the exact cause of your discomfort.

The Orthopedic Group shoulder and elbow specialists treat many common medical conditions, including:
– Bursitis
– Dislocations and fractures
– Tendonitis
– Frozen shoulders
– Impingement syndrome
– Tennis and golfer’s elbow
– Arthritis
– Tendinopathy

At The Orthopedic Group, our shoulder and elbow orthopedic specialists are trained in the latest surgical techniques, as well as the latest treatment options to help you get the relief that you desire. Our orthopedic shoulder and elbow specialists treat patients of all ages, including athletes.

Some serious shoulder and elbow conditions may require surgical intervention by The Orthopedic Group’s specialists, allowing for restoration of functions and less pain. Through surgery, The Orthopedic Group’s shoulder and elbow specialists can make a number of improvements to nerves, bones, joints and muscles to help eliminate the patient’s conditions.

By combining the treatments made by The Orthopedic Group’s shoulder and elbow specialists with rehabilitation, a patient can see dramatic results. Proper treatment and rehabilitation will allow the patient to return to normal activities in shorter amount of time.


Kenneth Molinero, DO

Dr. Kenneth Molinero, D.O., is a board certified, fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon. Caring for patients across the entire spectrum of orthopedics, Dr. Molinero utilizes both nonsurgical and surgical treatments in order to provide exceptional healthcare and improve his patients’ quality of life. His vast experience includes treatment for varied forms of arthritis using joint preservation/replacement surgery, sports or age related injuries and tendon/ligament derangement using open/arthroscopic surgery, nerve disorders, and trauma/fractures.

After graduating from Seton La Salle Catholic High School, he received his bachelor’s degree from Gannon University and his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, PA.