World-class Orthopaedic Care

Kyle J. Jeray, MD
Chairman, Orthopaedic Surgery

Welcome to GHS Department of Orthopaedics. Whether you are undergoing surgery, working to prevent surgery or going through rehabilitation, we put the right team in place to take care of your concerns—before, during and after your orthopaedic healthcare journey. Our physicians, surgeons, physical therapists, sports trainers and staff work as a team with the single focus of getting you better and back in the game of life.

In addition to training future orthopaedic specialists through residency and fellowship programs, our team members practice at Blue Ridge OrthopaedicsSteadman Hawkins Clinic of the CarolinasThe Hand Center or with GHS Orthopaedic Specialties (OncologyPediatricsSpine and Trauma). No matter where you seek care, you may rest assured that you are in good hands.

Watch the video below to see why patients come to us for the best care in the Upstate, and why physicians from around the world come here to train with our world-class surgeons.

News From the Department of Orthopaedics

Travel tips for cyclists on the go

Kyle J. Cassas, MD, Hincapie Racing’s team physician and Primary Care Sports Medicine Specialist offers advice in a recent blog for cyclists who plan to travel.

Be proactive. Be prepared. Be protected.

Dr. Cassas strongly recommends downloading CDC Travelers Health website or the TravWell App for helpful health information.

In this app, you can select the country to which you’re traveling, and it will suggest packing lists, vaccines, medication, travel and medical kits, and steps to take before and during the trip. In addition, the app provides a place to store important travel documents.

Last, once you have yourself covered, don’t forget about protecting your bike! If you’re driving to your destination, a quality bike rack is essential, and if you’re flying, a travel case makes your life a lot easier. Read the entire blog at Hincapie.com.

GHS surgeon selected as director-elect of American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Scott E. Porter, MD, MBA, FACS, an orthopaedic oncologist at Greenville Health System, has been elected as director-elect of the nation’s leading standard-setter for orthopaedic surgeons, the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS).

“The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery has been at the forefront of ensuring consistent, high-quality care to our nation’s orthopaedic surgery patients for nearly 75 years,” said Porter. “It is an absolute joy and honor to serve our community alongside 20 of the best orthopaedic surgeons our country has to offer. I’m thrilled to be part of this legacy.”

Porter, considered one of the nation’s top orthopaedic oncologists, earned his medical degree at the Yale University School of Medicine. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the Carolinas Medical Center and a musculoskeletal oncology fellowship at the University of Chicago. He also earned an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Porter specializes in tumors of the bone and soft tissue. He is also clinical professor of orthopaedic surgery at the University of South Carolina and adjunct assistant professor of bioengineering at Clemson University.