Dr. Xuyang (Jack) Song
Dr. Xuyang (Jack) SongFellowship Trained Sports Medicine Orthopaedic Surgeon
We are happy to announce Dr. Jack Song has joined the Romano Orthopedic Center Family located in River Forest.
Along with Drs. Romano, McGann, and Brindise, this energetic, forward-thinking physician will continue to give you the level of “attention to detail” and caring that we are known for.
Dr. Jack Song is an Orthopaedic Surgeon specializing in Sports Medicine. While completing his fellowship training at Ochsner Sports Medicine Institute in New Orleans, he assisted in treating the orthopaedic needs of the NFL and NBA athletes on the Saints and Pelican Teams. Also, he was team physician for the University of Orleans Division 1 male and female basketball teams.
Dr. Song received his undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago. He earned his master’s in Biophysics and Physiology at Georgetown University and went on to earn his medical degree at Albany Medical College, graduating AOA, medical school’s National Honor Society. He continued his training in orthopedic surgery residency at the University of Maryland where he was able to diversify further by spending time within the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center, the nation’s first and only integrated Trauma Hospital. The Shock Orthopaedic Trauma Service provides expert care for patients with severe musculoskeletal injuries and related complications.
Dr. Jack Song uses state-of-the-art arthroscopic techniques and a personal approach to care, accelerating the recovery of shoulder, elbow and knee injuries and restoring the highest levels of activity. He specializes in the treatment of complex knee ligament and meniscus injuries, revision ACL surgery, cartilage restoration and complex arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee and shoulder.
Dr. Song, routinely treats all sports related injuries and has a passion for:
- Shoulder and Knee Arthroscopy and Replacement.
- Cartilage restoration/joint preservation - techniques utilized to prolong the natural anatomy.
- Patellofemoral disorders.
- Complex Tendon, Meniscal and Knee Ligament Repair.
Sports medicine has been a long-time interest for Dr. Song. In high school, he participated on the football, track, and swimming. He continued to participate in intramural sports throughout college and medical school. For all five years of residency, in addition to his orthopaedic training, he was team physician for Oakland Mill High School in MD. During his free time, Dr. Song enjoys working on cars, playing golf, building computers, and cheering for the D.C. sports teams. He will soon be converted to be a Chicago sports fan