Dr. Nho's practice is focused on sports medicine and arthroscopic treatment of the hip, shoulder, and knee.
Dr. Nho is originally from the northern suburbs and a graduate from Northwestern University. He enrolled in the MD/MS program at Rush Medical College and the Graduate College of Rush University. He completed his surgical internship at New York Presbyterian Hospital of Weill Cornell Medical College and a residency in orthopedic surgery at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. He returned to the Chicago area to complete a fellowship in sports medicine at Rush University Medical Center. He was the recipient of the Herodicus Society Traveling Fellowship and has trained with hip arthroscopists and hip joint preservation surgeons from the United States and Switzerland. He has a specific interest in the arthroscopic treatment of athletic hip injuries, hip joint preservation surgery for femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), hip labral repairs, shoulder instability, rotator cuff repair, and knee arthroscopy.
He is the director of the Hip Preservation Center at Rush University Medical Center. Dr. Nho has been actively involved in research throughout his medical career and has published numerous scientific and clinical articles in the area of hip, shoulder, and knee reconstruction. He is co-head of the Hip Study Group at Rush which is a multidisciplinary group of clinicians and scientists to conduct research directed at studying hip joint preservation and clinical outcomes after hip surgery.
A hockey enthusiast, Dr. Nho was a member of the Northwestern Men's Ice Hockey Team, and he currently serves as the head team physician for the Chicago Steel. Dr. Nho is also the team physician for Roosevelt University and Morton High School (Cicero).
Hip joint preservation
Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI)
Athletic hip injuries
Arthroscopic rotator cuff repair
Clinical Support Staff
Jeannie Taylor (AA)
Sara Sarmast (PA)
Leah Bressler (PA)
Joely Figueroa (MA)
Education / Certifications
Rush Medical College, Rush University Medical Center
The Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, New York
Rush University Medical Center - Sports Medicine Fellowship
In The News
- Hip Arthroscopy Gets Patient Back to Normal Living
- Hip specialists partner to correct an adult’s painful hip problems
- Does Hip Arthroscopy Work for Hip Impingement?
- Avoiding Injury for Active Adults Over 40 Years Old
- High-intensity Activities and Increased Risk of Hip Osteoarthritis
- Dr. Shane Nho Makes a Significant Contribution to Literature in Arthroscopy
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