M.D., Duke University School of Medicine
Orthopaedic Residency, Yale-New Haven Hospital
Fellowship, Cincinnati SportsMedicine and Orthopaedic Center
Former Associate Professor of Orthopaedics, Yale University School of Medicine
Former Chief of Orthopaedics, Yale University Health Services
Former Director, Musculoskeletal Sports Medicine, Yale University Health Services
Former Team Orthopaedic Surgeon, Yale University
Diplomat, National Board of Medical Examiners
Diplomat, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Certificate of Added Qualification; Sportsmedicine
Fellow, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Volunteer Instructor, Department of Orthopaedics, University of Cincinnati
Adjunct Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Cincinnati
Active Member, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Active Member, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
Member, American College of Sports Medicine
Member, Academy of Medicine of Cincinnati
Member, Eastern Orthopaedic Association
Member, American Orthopaedic Association
Member, Arthroscopy Association of North America
Member, Interurban Orthopaedic Society
Consultant, National Football League and NFL Players Association
Head Team Physician, Cincinnati Bengals Professional Football Team
Marc T. Galloway, M.D. is a board certified orthopaedic surgeon specializing in the treatment of active individuals with knee and shoulder injuries. His practice is focused towards athletic injuries and arthroscopic surgery and soft tissue reconstructive procedures of the knee and shoulder. Dr. Galloway received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he was a William A. Whitaker Scholar. He graduated from the Duke University School of Medicine and completed his orthopaedic residence at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He then undertook additional training in sports medicine and completed his fellowship in 1990. After completing his training, Dr. Galloway joined the faculty of Yale University Medical School where he was an Associate Professor in the Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation and Chief of Orthopaedics for the Yale University Health Service. In addition, Dr. Galloway was the Director of Musculoskeletal Sports Medicine and Team Orthopaedic Surgeon for Yale University and served as an orthopaedic consultant for New Haven’s professional hockey and baseball teams. He has nearly twenty years of experience in providing state of the art orthopaedic care for injured athletes.
Dr. Galloway is actively involved in orthopaedic research. His efforts are currently focused on accelerating soft tissue healing (ligament, tendon and meniscus) which has applications to patients with knee and shoulder injuries. His is a member of a multidisciplinary team at The University of Cincinnati that has received NIH funding to develop bioengineered replacements for tendon injuries and improved methods of tendon repair. Recently, Dr. Galloway was the recipient of the 2007 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeon’s Kappa Delta Award, the most prestigious award given in the field of orthopaedic research.
Dr. Galloway’s particular areas of clinical interest include the management of athletic injuries, as well as arthroscopic surgery of the knee and shoulder, including knee ligament reconstruction, repair of articular cartilage injuries, arthroscopic shoulder stabilization and arthroscopic rotator cuff surgery. Dr. Galloway volunteers as the team physician at Princeton and Mason High Schools. He has been a member of the Connecticut Special Olympics Medical Advisory Board and of the Ohio State Medical Associations Committee on High School Athletes. He has served as a consultant for the National Football League and the NFL Players Association and is currently the Head Team Physician for the Cincinnati Bengals professional football team.
Dr. Galloway has been selected by his peers to be listed in “The Best Doctors in America” each year since 1996 and he is one of only four orthopaedic surgeons in Cincinnati to have been included in Cincinnati Magazine’s “Best Doctors in Cincinnati” from 2002 through 2008. He was cited as a “Top Doc” by Cincy Magazine in 2008 and most recently named “2011-12 Best Doctor in the Dayton region” by “The Best Doctors in America”. Dr. Galloway sees patients at our Mason and Kentucky offices.
Dr. Galloway is licensed in Ohio, Kentucky and Connecticut
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC A.B. Chemistry, 1980
Duke University School of Medicine M.D., 1984
Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven, CT Intern, General Surgery, 1984 – 1985
Assistant Resident, General Surgery, 1985 – 1986
Assistant Resident, Orthopaedic Surgery, 1986 – 1988
Chief Resident, Orthopaedic Surgery, 1988 – 1989
Cincinnati Sportsmedicine and Orthopaedic Center Cincinnati, OH
Sports Medicine, Biomechanics, Arthroscopy, 1989 – 1990
Arm, Elbow, Hip, Knee, Shoulder
Arthritis, Arthroscopic Surgery, Disability, Pain, Rehabilitation, Sports Medicine, Knee and Shoulder
McNamara J.O., Rigsbee L.C., and Galloway M.T.: Evidence that Substantia Nigra is Crucial to Neural Network of Kindled Seizures. European Journal of Pharmacology, 86(3-4): 485-486, 1983.
McNamara J.O., Galloway M.T., Rigsbee L.C., Shin C.: Evidence Implicating Substantia Nigra in Regulation of Kindled Seizure Threshold. Journal of Neuroscience, 4(9): 2410-2417, 1984.
Galloway M.T., Jokl P.: A Review of the Patella Plica Syndrome. Annals of Sports Medicine, 5(1): 38-41, 1990.
Galloway M.T., Noyes F.R.: Cystic Degeneration of the Patella After Arthroscopic Chondroplasty and Subchondral Bone Perforation. Arthroscopy, 8(3): 366-369, 1992.
Galloway M.T., DeMaio M., Mangine R.: Rehabilitation Techniques in the Treatment of Medial and Lateral Epicondylitis. Orthopaedics, 15(9): 1089-1096, 1992.
Galloway M.T., Jokl P., Dayton O.W.: Achilles Tendon Overuse Injuries. Clinics in Sports Medicine, 11(4), 771-782, 1992.
Galloway M.T., Jokl P.: The Role of Exercise in the Treatment of Inflammatory Arthritis. Bulletin of Rheumatic Diseases, 42(1): 1 – 4, 1993.
Friedlaender G.E., Galloway M.T.: Current Status of Allografting in Orthopaedic Surgery. Advances in Operative Orthopaedics, 1: 63-72, 1993.
Galloway M.T., Friedlaender G.E.: Knee Meniscal Transplantation. Bulletin of Rheumatic Diseases, 43(8): 3-5, 1994.
Lyndon C., Crisco J.J., Panjabi M., Galloway M.T.: The Effect of Elongation Rate on the Failure Properties of the Rabbit Anterior Cruciate Ligament. Clinical Biomechanics, 10(8): 428, 1995.
Kretzler J.E., Curtin S.L., Wegner D.A., Baumgaertner M.R., Galloway M.T.: Patellar Tendon Rupture: A Late Complication of a Tibial Nail. Orthopaedics, 18(11): 1109 1111, 1995.
Galloway M.T., Grood E.S., Mehalik J.N., Levy M., Saddler S.C., Noyes F.R.: Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: An In-Vitro Study of Femoral and Tibial Graft Placement. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 24(4): 437-445, 1996.
Galloway M.T., Jokl P.: The Impact of Age on Sports Participation and Its Impact on Athletic Performance. Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review, 4(3): 221-234, 1996.
Nakamura S.J., Conte-Hernandez A., Galloway M.T.: The Efficacy of Regional Anesthesia for Outpatient Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. Arthroscopy, 13(6): 699-703, 1997.
Galloway M.T., Jokl P.: Aging Successfully: The Importance of Physical Activity in Maintaining Health and Function. Journal of American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, 8(1): 37-44, 2000.
Baxamusa T.H., Galloway M.T.: Irreducible Knee Dislocations Secondary to Interposed Menisci. American Journal of Orthopaedics, 30(2): 141-143, 2001.
Alleyne K.R., Galloway M.T.: Management of osteochondral injuries of the knee. Clininical Sports Med 20:343-64, 2001.
Baxamusa T.H., Baumgaertner M.R., Galloway M.T.: Myositis ossificans and hip ankylosis secondary to a muscle strain injury. Orthopedics 24:601-2, 2001.
Lee S.K., Arbini A.A., Galloway M.T.: Angioleiomyoma of the patellar tendon sheath. Case report. Am J Knee Surg 14:178-80, 2001.
Greene H.S., Cholewicki J., Galloway M.T., Nguyen C.V., Radebold A.: A history of low back injury is a risk factor for recurrent back injuries in varsity athletes. Am J Sports Med 29:795-800, 2001.
Galloway M.T., Kadoko R., Jokl P.: Effect of aging on male and female master athletes’ performance in strength versus endurance activities. Am J Orthop 31:93-8, 2002.
McCauley T.R., Jee W.H., Galloway M.T., Lynch K., Jokl P.: Grade 2C signal in the mensicus on MR imaging of the knee. Am J Roentgenol 179:645-8, 2002.
Cholewicki J., Greene H.S., Polzhofer G.K., Galloway M.T., Shah R.A., Radebold A.: Neuromuscular function in athletes following recovery from a recent acute low back injury. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2002 Nov;32(11):568-75.
Juncosa N., West J.R., Galloway M.T., Boivin G.P., Butler D.L: In vivo forces used to develop design parameters for tissue engineered implants for rabbit patellar tendon repair. J Biomech. 2003 Apr;36(4):483-8.
West J.R., Juncosa N., Galloway M.T., Boivin G.P., Butler D.L.: Characterization of in vivo Achilles tendon forces in rabbits during treadmill locomotion at varying speeds and inclinations J Biomech. 2004 Nov;37(11):1647-53.
Barber-Westin S., Galloway M.T., Noyes F.R., Corbett G., and Walsh S.: Assessment of Lower Limb Neuromuscular Control in Prepubescent Athletes. Am J Sports Med. 2005 Dec;33(12):1853-60.
Barber-Westin SD, Noyes FR, Galloway M.: Jump-land characteristics and muscle strength development in young athletes: a gender comparison of 1140 athletes 9 to 17 years of age. Am J Sports Med. 2006 Mar;34(3):375-84.
Juncosa-Melvin N, Boivin GP, Galloway MT, Gooch C, West JR, Sklenka AM, Butler DL.: Effects of cell-to-collagen ratio in mesenchymal stem cell-seeded implants on tendon repair biomechanics and histology.Tissue Eng. 2005 Mar-Apr;11(3-4):448-57.
Juncosa-Melvin N, Boivin GP, Gooch C, Galloway MT, West JR, Dunn MG, Butler DL.: The effect of autologous mesenchymal stem cells on the biomechanics and histology of gel-collagen sponge constructs used for rabbit patellar tendon repair. Tissue Eng. 2006 Feb;12(2):369-79.
Juncosa – Melvin N., Boivin G., Galloway M., Gooch C., West, J., and Butler D.: Effects of cell-to-collagen ratio in stem cell-seeded constructs for Achilles tendon repair. Tissue Eng. 2006 Apr;12(4):681-9.
Juncosa-Melvin N, Shearn JT, Boivin GP, Gooch C, Galloway MT, West JR, Nirmalanandhan VS, Bradica G, Butler DL.: Effects of mechanical stimulation on the biomechanics and histology of stem cellcollagen sponge constructs for rabbit patellar tendon repair. Tissue Eng. 2006 Aug;12(8):2291-300.