- College: Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 1998
- Medical School: Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA 2003
- Residency: Emory University, Atlanta, GA 2004-2008
- Fellowship: Orthopaedic Sports Medicine; Steadman Hawkins Fellowship, Vail, CO 2008-2009
Dr. Greene completed fellowship training at the Steadman Hawkins Clinic in Vail, Colorado under the direction of Dr. Marc Philippon. While there, he served as associate team physician for the U.S. Ski Team.
Dr. Greene’s interest in sports medicine derives from his ongoing personal interest in sports. In college at Princeton University, he played varsity football, served as team captain and earned numerous awards for outstanding athletic achievement.
American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, member
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Resident Member
International Society of Hip Arthroscopy
Connecticut Orthopaedic Society
Sports Team Affiliations
Team Physician Brunswick School
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Robert P. Kelly Award for Best Resident Clinical Research
Elected Academic and Administrative Chief Resident, Emory University Hospital
Resident Faculty Committee Emory University – Elected Member
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society- Member
Efficacy of topical benzoyl peroxide on the reduction of Propionibacterium acnes during shoulder surgery by James R. Sabetta, MD, Vishal P. Rana, BS, Katherine B. Vadasdi, MD, R. Timothy Greene, MD, James G. Cunningham, MD, Seth R. Miller, MD, Paul M. Sethi, MD (doi.org/10.1016/j.jse.2015.04.003). The Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, Volume 24, Issue 7 (July 2015), published by Elsevier.
Presence of Propionibacterium acnes in primary shoulder arthroscopy: results of aspiration and tissue cultures. Paul M. Sethi, MD,*, James R. Sabetta, MD, Samantha J. Stuek, BA, Storm V. Horine, BA, Katherine B. Vadasdi, MD, R. Timothy Greene, MD, James G. Cunningham, MD, Seth R. Miller, MD, Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, December 2014
Dr. Greene- It has been 6 weeks since you mended my fractured left clavicle and I continue to make progress in my recovery. I estimate that my range of motion in the shoulder is close to 90% and I am beginning to cautiously build strength in the muscles affected by my injury. I wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving, and this year I am especially grateful for having such a great orthopedist as you. – RG (Shoulder)
Doctors, Nurses, Therapists and support staff- This is a big THANK YOU for all the expert and attentive care you extended towards my recovery from a broken pelvis and elbow after a spill on black ice in December ’09. Let everyone know, there is Zumba after broken bones heal. I received excellent care at Greenwich Hospital, with elbow surgery by Dr. Geene (yay for titanium). Each of you as a part of this “total team” took me from being in excruciating pain and bedridden to no pain and full function and then some! – LA (Hip/Elbow)