Jonathan Greenleaf, MD, is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who is fellowship-trained in sports medicine and pediatric orthopedics. At Sports Medicine Oregon in Tigard and Wilsonville, Oregon, Dr. Greenleaf treats a wide variety of orthopedic patients and is especially skilled in arthroscopic treatment of knees and shoulders.
Dr. Greenleaf received his undergraduate degree at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. He earned his medical degree at Boston University School of Medicine in Massachusetts. After completing an internship at Eastern Virginia Medical Center in Norfolk, Virginia, Dr. Greenleaf returned to the Boston University School of Medicine for his orthopedic surgery residency. He furthered his training by completing both a pediatric orthopedic fellowship in New Zealand and a sports medicine fellowship at the Orthopedic and Fracture Clinic in Eugene, Oregon.
Dr. Greenleaf is a master instructor in both shoulder and knee surgery. Currently, he is a team physician for the Portland Timbers professional soccer team and an orthopedic consultant for the Portland Thorns. He was the Medical Director for the 2016 US Track & Field indoor championships and 2016 World Championships. He was also the team physician for the US Olympic Track & Field Trials. Some of Dr. Greenleaf’s current research includes the use of biologic injections in tissue healing, as well as a national study investigating minimally invasive cartilage restoration surgeries.
He is affiliated with several hospitals in the area, including Oregon Outpatient Surgery Center, Meridian Park Hospital, Providence St. Vincent Hospital, Providence Willamette Falls Hospital, and Northwest Ambulatory Surgical Center.
Besides maintaining his practice, Dr. Greenleaf also provides orthopedic support at the Nike Sports Medicine clinic and local high schools. In his leisure time, he enjoys fly fishing, mountain biking, and rock climbing.
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