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Raymond Kenney, M.D.

Raymond Kenney, M.D.

Orthopaedics & Physical Performance , Surgery

4.8 out of 5 stars
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About Me

I am originally from the Pacific Northwest and moved to the East Coast to attend medical school, where I earned an MD from Boston University School of Medicine. Upon completion of medical school, I moved to the University of Rochester to study Orthopaedic Surgery, where I completed residency and fel...
I am originally from the Pacific Northwest and moved to the East Coast to attend medical school, where I earned an MD from Boston University School of Medicine. Upon completion of medical school, I moved to the University of Rochester to study Orthopaedic Surgery, where I completed residency and fellowship programs. After post-graduate training, I completed international traveling fellowships in hip and knee preservation surgery in Bern, Switzerland and Lyon, France.
As a major part of my practice, I treat injuries specific to athletes through both surgical procedures and non-surgical modalities. I specialize in minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery to address knee, shoulder and hip pain, injury and dysfunction. As a unique and focused subspecialty within Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, I have a special interest in treating complex patellofemoral instability, multiligamentous knee injury, complex knee deformity and hip deformity.
I am active in the community taking care of our local athletes and currently serving as the Head Team Physician for University of Rochester Athletics.

Certified Specialties

Orthopaedic Surgery - American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Faculty Appointments

Assistant Professor - Department of Orthopaedics (SMD)

Credentials

Residency & Fellowship

Fellowship, Sports Medicine, University of Rochester Medical Center. 2017 - 2018

Residency, Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Rochester Medical Center. 2013 - 2017

Internship, Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Rochester Medical Center. 2012 - 2013

Education

MD | Boston University School of Medicine. 2012

Awards

J. Edward Puzas, Ph.D. Award for Most Outstanding Clinical Science. 2017

The American Orthopaedic Association Emerging Leaders Program. 2017

Arthroscopy Association of North America Resident Scholarship. 2016

American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society Resident Scholar. 2014

Cum Laude, Eastern Washington University. 2005

Outstanding Graduate of Chemistry/Biochemistry, EWU. 2005

Eagle Scout Award, Boy Scouts of America. 1995

Research

I am certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. I have conducted research and authored several articles looking at patient reported outcomes in sports medicine knee, shoulder and hip arthroscopic surgery.

Publications

Journal Articles

Patient-Reported Outcomes are Similar in the First Two Years after Staged versus Combined Hip Arthroscopy and Periacetabular Osteotomy for Hip Dysplasia.

Orner CA, Haws BE, Reuter J, Kenney R, Cook PC, Giordano BD

Arthroscopy : the journal of arthroscopic & related surgery : official publication of the Arthroscopy Association of North America and the International Arthroscopy Association.. 2023 March 1 Epub 03/01/2023.

Quantifying Surgeon Intuition Using a Judgment Analysis Model: Surgeon Accuracy of Predicting Patient-Reported Outcomes in Patients Undergoing Hip Arthroscopy for Femoroacetabular Impingement Is Moderate at Best.

Zaruta DA, Lawton DR, Kleehammer D, Kenney RJ, Adler KL, Jones CMC, Giordano B

Arthroscopy, sports medicine, and rehabilitation.. 2023 February 5 (1):e11-e19. Epub 12/09/2022.

Sex differences in semitendinosus muscle fiber-type composition.

Fournier G, Bernard C, Cievet-Bonfils M, Kenney R, Pingon M, Sappey-Marinier E, Chazaud B, Gondin J, Servien E

Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports.. 2022 January 4 Epub 01/04/2022.

Greater trochanter fractures in the direct anterior approach: evolution during learning curve, risk factors and consequences.

Foissey C, Kenney R, Luceri F, Servien E, Lustig S, Batailler C

Archives of orthopaedic and trauma surgery.. 2021 January 8 Epub 01/08/2021.

Threshold Values for Success After Hip Arthroscopy Using the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System Assessment: Determining the Minimum Clinically Important Difference and Patient Acceptable Symptomatic State.

Kuhns BD, Reuter J, Lawton D, Kenney RJ, Baumhauer JF, Giordano BD

The American journal of sports medicine.. 2020 October 19 :363546520960461. Epub 10/19/2020.

Cemented vs Uncemented Femoral Components: A Randomized, Controlled Trial at 10 Years Minimum Follow-Up.

Batailler C, Malemo Y, Demey G, Kenney R, Lustig S, Servien E

The Journal of arthroplasty.. 2020 April 1 Epub 04/01/2020.

Increased survival rate in extension stemmed TKA in obese patients at minimum 2 years follow-up.

Fournier G, Yener C, Gaillard R, Kenney R, Lustig S, Servien E

Knee surgery, sports traumatology, arthroscopy : official journal of the ESSKA.. 2020 February 10 Epub 02/10/2020.

Ten- to 16-Year Results of a Modern Cementless Dual-Mobility Acetabular Implant in Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty.

Gaillard R, Kenney R, Delalande JL, Batailler C, Lustig S

The Journal of arthroplasty.. 2019 November 34 (11):2704-2710. Epub 06/28/2019.

Arthroscopic Posterior Glenohumeral Capsular Augmentation With Gracilis Tendon Allograft.

Maloney MD, Schaffer JC, Kenney RJ

Arthroscopy techniques.. 2019 November 8 (11):e1277-e1282. Epub 10/07/2019.

Superior Capsular Reconstruction for Massive Rotator Cuff Tears: A Critical Analysis Review.

Galvin JW, Kenney R, Curry EJ, Parada SA, Eichinger JK, Voloshin I, Li X

JBJS reviews.. 2019 June 4 Epub 06/04/2019.

Iliopsoas snapping hip: improving the diagnostic value of magnetic resonance imaging with a novel parameter.

Bakhsh W, Childs S, Kenney R, Schiffman S, Giordano B

Skeletal radiology.. 2019 June 48 (6):889-896. Epub 10/02/2018.

Do Patient Reported Outcome Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Scales Demonstrate Responsiveness as Well as Disease-Specific Scales in Patients Undergoing Knee Arthroscopy?

Kenney RJ, Houck J, Giordano BD, Baumhauer JF, Herbert M, Maloney MD

The American journal of sports medicine.. 2019 May 47 (6):1396-1403. Epub 04/10/2019.

Options for Failed Rotator Cuff Repair.

Mannava S, Samborski SA, Kenney RJ, Maloney MD, Voloshin I

Sports medicine and arthroscopy review.. 2018 September 26 (3):134-138. Epub 1900 01 01.

Allograft Use in Shoulder Surgery: Instability and Rotator Cuff.

Kenney RJ, Mannava S, Maloney MD

Sports medicine and arthroscopy review.. 2018 September 26 (3):145-148. Epub 1900 01 01.

A novel iliotibial band and gluteus maximus tenodesis for the treatment of external coxa saltas in a patient with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.

Bessette MC, Kenney RJ, Geary MB, Cook PC, Giordano BD

Journal of hip preservation surgery.. 2015 October 2 (3):316-7. Epub 07/23/2015.

The effect of platelet enriched plasma on clinical outcomes in patients with femoroacetabular impingement following arthroscopic labral repair and femoral neck osteoplasty.

LaFrance R, Kenney R, Giordano B, Mohr K, Cabrera J, Snibbe J

Journal of hip preservation surgery.. 2015 July 2 (2):158-63. Epub 03/30/2015.

Physical examination of the hand.

Kenney RJ, Hammert WC

The Journal of hand surgery.. 2014 November 39 (11):2324-34; quiz 2334. Epub 10/22/2014.

Left arterial thoracic outlet syndrome.

Tan TW, Kenney R, Farber A

Texas Heart Institute journal.. 2014 February 41 (1):105-6. Epub 1900 01 01.

Adler KL; Kenney R; Messing S; Giordano BD.

Activity of Periarticular Hip Musculature

Books

Illustrated Tips and Tricks in Sports Medicine Surgery (2018)

Chapter: One-Incision Distal Biceps Tendon Repair

Authors: Malone MD; Kenney RJ

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer, Philadelphia 2018

Ratings & Comments

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Ratings

During this visit, did this provider spend enough time with you?

4.8 stars

During this visit, did this provider show respect for what you had to say?

4.7 stars

During this visit, did this provider give you easy to understand information about these health questions or concerns?

4.8 stars

During this visit, did this provider listen carefully to you?

4.7 stars

During this visit, did this provider explain things in a way that was easy to understand?

4.8 stars

Patient Comments

5.0 stars

DR. Kenney treated me very , his surgical staff was wonderful. The prep nurse very comforting and professional. [...].

Mar 23, 2024

5.0 stars

Dr. Kenney was very thorough, made me feel at ease and answered all my questions. He was recommended by my brother, and I would feel confident in recommending him to others.

Mar 22, 2024

5.0 stars

Dr. Kenney is great, always shake my hand and is one of the nicest dr. I ever seen.

Jan 22, 2024

4.6 stars

I will recommend the dr. to others.

Dec 27, 2023

5.0 stars

Questions I had were answered completely and were very reassuring.

Dec 10, 2023

5.0 stars

Dr. Kenney explained listened to my concerns, explained procedure. Asked if I had questions. Very pleased with before, during and follow up care.

Oct 04, 2023

5.0 stars

Dr Kenney is not only a talented clinician but a caring person. First rate!

Jul 26, 2023

4.6 stars

We were unable to determine what the source of the injury/pain was, but he seemed to believe that it was not a big problem and was just part of how joints work.

Jul 25, 2023

5.0 stars

Dr. Kenney is always willing to listen to our concerns, Spends as much time needed with us to answer our questions, kind, and knowledgeable. We always recommend him to our family and friends.

Jun 11, 2023

5.0 stars

Made me feel relaxed with my problem

Feb 18, 2023

5.0

He treated me like a person

Dec 31, 2022

3.0

Felt a little rushed, not great with explaining [...] behind decisions.

Nov 30, 2022

5.0

Helped to point us in the right direction

Oct 26, 2022

1.0

Rushed! Never touched knee or addressed knee being swollen.

Sep 21, 2022

5.0

Dr. Kenney is awesome, very personable.

Aug 23, 2022

5.0

Always was up front about my progress & return to play.

Jun 21, 2022

5.0

Dr. Kenney listened, showed me the xrays, and answered my questions. He did complete a report that I viewed on-line. I did need to look up some of the words in the report to understand more of what he was writing.

Feb 22, 2022