"The success rate of the operation is higher than Jobe first expected in 1974 — roughly 80 percent now. But a recent study, conducted by a group including ElAttrache and Altchek, examined 235 major league pitchers who had the operation from 1999 to 2014 and found that 13.2 percent of them had to have it a second time."
Dr. Neal ElAttrache Recommended by Healthcare Leaders
"Dr. ElAttrache is a member of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic board of directors, board chairman of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Foundation and program director of the Kerlan-Jobe Fellowship. He is an orthopedic consultant for several professional sports teams."
Dr. Neal ElAttrache Performs ACL Surgery on Conor McGregor
"Following the results of the test, McGregor was immediately pushed into surgery where he had the operation performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache. If that name sounds familiar, he's the same doctor who handled Kobe Bryant's Achilles surgery as well as Tom Brady's knee surgery a few years ago."
Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre Gains Medical Clearance
"An MRI proved that GSP had a torn ACL as well as a smaller tear in his meniscus. He had surgery performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Los Angeles, and has spent the time between then and now rehabilitating his knee."
Dr. Neal ElAttrache on Elite Athlete Return to Play
"We right now have a collection of some of the NFL’s best ever who are coming back from potentially career-ending injuries,” said sports surgeon Neal ElAttrache, who four years ago rebuilt the shredded knee of New England’s Brady."
Dr. Neal ElAttrache Listed as Sports Illustrated Super Surgeon
"Like most of the surgeons on this list, Neal ElAttrache does more than just baseball injuries. He's a go-to knee doctor in multiple sports, including the NFL, where he famously operated on Tom Brady. Also, he's considered among the world's best shoulder doctors and even consults on shoulder injuries for other doctors on this list."
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.