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Dale Snead

Upper Extremity Injury Specialist

Dr. Dale Snead always knew he wanted to be a doctor. His grandmother suffered from leukemia when he was a child, and her diagnosis inspired him to go to medical school so that he could serve people in need. In addition to athletic injuries, Dr. Snead specializes in treating adults with upper extremity disorders.

Dr. Snead is a team orthopedic consultant for Purdue University and Wabash College and the team physician for Warren Central High School. Dr. Snead enjoys spending time with his three children and his wife Betsy. In his leisure time, he enjoys weight training, boating, golfing and traveling.

Areas of Focus

Shoulder Replacement/Reconstruction | Advanced Arthroscopic Techniques | Rotator Cuff Repair, Instability, Capsular Reconstruction | Instability of the Shoulder | Fractures of the Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Hand | Ligament and Tendon Injuries of the Elbow and Wrist | Carpal Tunnel, Trigger Fingers

Certifications

  • American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Board Certified
  • Upper Extremity Surgery, Fellowship Trained

Research & Publications

  • Nine articles and chapters in national publications

Education

  • Miami University, Oxford, Ohio – BS
  • Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, Dayton, Ohio – MD
  • Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, Ohio – Orthopedic Residency
  • Forté Sports Medicine and Orthopedics, Fellowship

Positions

  • Alpha Delta Phi, Member, 1984-present
  • American College of Sports Medicine, Member, 1992-present
  • American Medical Association, Member, 1987-present
  • Indianapolis Firebirds, Former Team Physician
  • Indianapolis Medical Society, Member, 1999-present
  • Phi Rho Sigma, Member, 1988-present
  • Purdue University, Lead Team Orthopedic Consultant, 2002-present
  • Student National Medical Association, Member, 1987-present
  • Wabash College, Orthopedic Consultant
  • Warren Central High School, Orthopedic Consultant
Quote
There is nothing more rewarding than working with patients and watching them excel. My biggest hope is that by partnering with my patients to implement a personalized plan, together we can get them back to doing the activities they enjoy.
Dale Snead

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