Neal ElAttrache, MD is the Head Team Physician for the Los Angeles Dodgers
Rich Hill Undergoes Knee MRI
" Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill is scheduled to undergo an MRI exam on his left knee Monday in Los Angeles after his start Thursday was cut short due to injury. He will also meet with Dr. Neal ElAttrache to determine the best course of action."
Dodgers' Shortstop Seager to Undergo Tommy John surgery
"Seager said having Tommy John surgery during last offseason would have been premature, so instead he rehabbed with the hope he could get through the season. But, it's necessary now. Dr. Neal ElAttrache will perform the operation in Los Angeles on Friday."
"Dodgers pitching phenom Julio Urías will undergo season-ending anterior capsule surgery on his left shoulder on Tuesday, the club announced on Friday. The surgery by Dr. Neal ElAttrache has an estimated recovery time of 12-14 months."
Dodgers' Enrique Hernandez has Successful Shoulder Surgery
"All was apparently well with Dodgers' utility man extraordinaire Enrique Hernandez after he underwent his somewhat surprising shoulder surgery Wednesday. The Dodgers said it took Dr. Neal ElAttrache only 30 minutes to perform the shoulder cleanup (debridement) in an arthroscopic procedure."
Why Yasmani Grandal was Very Happy after Shoulder Surgery
"After struggling with a shoulder injury for the latter stages of the season, Yasmani Grandal had surgery last week to repair the damaged joint. While he'll be shut down for a couple months as he recovers from the surgery, there's a silver lining that had him overjoyed when he awoke from the procedure."
Dodgers Pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu to Undergo Left Shoulder Surgery
"Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu will undergo surgery on his troublesome throwing shoulder Thursday. The team made the announcement Wednesday before a game against the San Francisco Giants. The arthroscopic surgery will be performed by orthopedist Dr. Neal ElAttrache in Los Angeles."
Neal ElAttrache, MD has done extensive research and product development leading to US Patents for arthroscopic devices, orthopedic devices, and implants commonly used in rotator cuff, labrum, tendon, and ligament surgery.