Orthopaedic Surgery, Orthopedic Sports Medicine, Orthopedic Surgery-Hip, Orthopedic Surgery-Trauma
Rady Children's Specialists of San Diego
Pritzker School of Medicine
UC San Diego
UC San Diego
The Steadman Clinic
Dr. Andrew Pennock is a pediatric and sports medicine surgeon at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego and an associate clinical professor at UC San Diego School of Medicine.
Graduating summa cum laude from Dartmouth College, where he was an All-American skier, Dr. Pennock went on to attend the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, where he graduated with honors and was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. Upon completing his orthopedic residency and an orthopedic research fellowship at UC San Diego, he completed a sports medicine fellowship at the Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colo., and a pediatric orthopedic fellowship at Rady Children's.
Dr. Pennock primarily treats sports injuries in adolescents and young adults, with a special interest in knee, hip and shoulder injuries. He is also a team physician with the United States Ski Team, which he travels with on a regular basis.
Dr. Pennock continues to focus time on various research pursuits, including the developing hip as it pertains to femoroacetabular impingement and labral pathology, as well as pediatric and adolescent knee injuries.
Recurrence of Patellar Instability in Adolescents Undergoing Surgery for Osteochondral Defects Without Concomitant Ligament Reconstruction.
Pedowitz JM, Edmonds EW, Chambers HG, Dennis MM, Bastrom T, Pennock AT
Nonoperative Management of Femoroacetabular Impingement: A Prospective Study.
Pennock AT, Bomar JD, Johnson KP, Randich K, Upasani VV
Comparison of pediatric post-reduction fluoroscopic- and ultrasound forearm fracture images.
Auten JD, Naheedy JH, Hurst ND, Pennock AT, Hollenbach KA, Kanegaye JT
Use of a Modified All-Epiphyseal Technique for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction in the Skeletally Immature Patient.
Pennock AT, Chambers HG, Turk RD, Parvanta KM, Dennis MM, Edmonds EW
Measurement Reliability in Pediatric Lateral Condyle Fractures of the Humerus.
Bland DC, Pennock AT, Upasani VV, Edmonds EW
Adolescent Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction: A Comparison of the Use of Autograft Versus Allograft Hamstring.
Kumar N, Bastrom TP, Dennis MM, Pennock AT, Edmonds EW
3D Knee Trochlear Morphology Assessment by Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Patients With Normal and Dysplastic Trochleae.
Pennock AT, Chang A, Doan J, Bomar JD, Edmonds EW
Segond Fractures Are Not a Risk Factor for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Failure: Response.
Pennock AT, Gaunder C, Bastrom T
Shoulder MRI Abnormalities in Asymptomatic Little League Baseball Players.
Pennock AT, Dwek J, Levy E, Stearns P, Manning J, Dennis MM, Davis-Juarez A, Bastrom T, Taylor KS
The Creation and Validation of a Knee Bone Age Atlas Utilizing MRI.
Pennock AT, Bomar JD, Manning JD
Analysis of Acetabular Ossification From the Triradiate Cartilage and Secondary Centers.
Parvaresh KC, Pennock AT, Bomar JD, Wenger DR, Upasani VV
Trends in Management and Complications of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries in Pediatric Patients: A Survey of the PRiSM Society.
Popkin CA, Wright ML, Pennock AT, Vogel LA, Padaki A, Redler LH, Ahmad CS
Femoral version: Comparison among advanced imaging methods.
Fuller CB, Farnsworth CL, Bomar JD, Jeffords ME, Murphy JS, Edmonds EW, Pennock AT, Wenger DR, Upasani VV
Intra-articular Physeal Fractures of the Distal Femur: A Frequently Missed Diagnosis in Adolescent Athletes.
Pennock AT, Ellis HB, Willimon SC, Wyatt C, Broida SE, Dennis MM, Bastrom T
Segond Fractures Are Not a Risk Factor for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Failure.
Gaunder CL, Bastrom T, Pennock AT
Adolescent clavicle nonunions: potential risk factors and surgical management.
Pennock AT, Edmonds EW, Bae DS, Kocher MS, Li Y, Farley FA, Ellis HB, Wilson PL, Nepple J, Gordon JE, Willimon SC, Busch MT, Spence DD, Kelly DM, Pandya NK, Sabatini CS, Shea KG, Heyworth BE
Elastic Intramedullary Nailing Versus Open Reduction Internal Fixation of Pediatric Tibial Shaft Fractures.
Pennock AT, Bastrom TP, Upasani VV
Are the Current Little League Pitching Guidelines Adequate? A Single-Season Prospective MRI Study.
Pytiak AV, Stearns P, Bastrom TP, Dwek J, Kruk P, Roocroft JH, Pennock AT
Acute Pediatric Monteggia Fractures: A Conservative Approach to Stabilization.
Foran I, Upasani VV, Wallace CD, Britt E, Bastrom TP, Bomar JD, Pennock AT
Reliability of Radiographic Assessments of Adolescent Midshaft Clavicle Fractures by the FACTS Multicenter Study Group.
Li Y, Donohue KS, Robbins CB, Pennock AT, Ellis HB Jr, Nepple JJ, Pandya N, Spence DD, Willimon SC, Heyworth BE, Function After Adolescent Clavicle Trauma and Surgery (FACTS) Multicenter Study Group.
The Pediatric/Adolescent Shoulder Survey (PASS): A Reliable Youth Questionnaire With Discriminant Validity and Responsiveness to Change.
Edmonds EW, Bastrom TP, Roocroft JH, Calandra-Young VA, Pennock AT
Does Allograft Augmentation of Small-Diameter Hamstring Autograft ACL Grafts Reduce the Incidence of Graft Retear?
Pennock AT, Ho B, Parvanta K, Edmonds EW, Chambers HG, Roocroft JH, Bastrom TP
Are the Current Classifications and Radiographic Measurements for Trochlear Dysplasia Appropriate in the Skeletally Immature Patient?
Stepanovich M, Bomar JD, Pennock AT
Operative Versus Conservative Management of Displaced Tibial Shaft Fracture in Adolescents.
Kinney MC, Nagle D, Bastrom T, Linn MS, Schwartz AK, Pennock AT
Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in skeletally immature patients.
Pennock A, Murphy MM, Wu M
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