Michael P. Mccabe, MD

Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery

 

Professional Roles

Orthopedic Surgeon for FC Kansas City, Kansas City’s champion professional women’s soccer team before the team moved to Utah
He is the Sports Medicine Provider for Belton High School, Ray-Pec High School, Grandview High School.

 

Specialty Interests

Sports Medicine
Hip Arthroscopy
Shoulder Arthroscopy
General Orthopedics

 

Fellowship

Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy, Mississippi Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, Jackson, Mississippi; 2011-2012

Residency

Orthopedic Surgery, University of Tennessee-Campbell Clinic, Memphis, Tennessee; 2006-2011

Doctor of Medicine

Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana; 2006

 

Membership

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
Arthroscopy Association of North America
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society

 

Fun Fact

Dr. McCabe was an immediate convert to Kansas City BBQ after moving here in 2016.

 

Additional Information

 

Dr. Michael McCabe, MD joined Apex Orthopedics & Sports Medicine in 2016 after completing a service commitment with the United States Navy.

He obtained his undergraduate degree at the University of Notre Dame, graduating Magna Cum Laude, then graduated with honors from Tulane University School of Medicine.

He completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the prestigious Campbell Clinic in Memphis, TN and then completed a fellowship accredited in both sports medicine and arthroscopy (minimally invasive orthopedic surgery) at Mississippi Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center. He is board certified and holds a sub-specialty certificate in orthopedic sports medicine.

Following fellowship, Dr. McCabe served as clinical faculty in the Shoulder Surgery & Sports Medicine Division of the Orthopedic Surgery Department at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. He was an associate program director for the National Capital Consortium orthopedic surgery residency and was faculty at the Uniformed Services University for Health Sciences.

While at Walter Reed, Dr. McCabe provided sports medicine care to a variety of patients including active duty service members and dependents, Wounded Warriors, as well as members of United States Congress and the Presidential Cabinet. During this time, he was a sports medicine consultant to United States Congress and provided sideline support for the Congressional intra-mural athletics program. 

Dr. McCabe has experience caring for athletes of all skill levels – from amateurs to professionals – having served as head team orthopedic surgeon for FCKC (Kansas City’s professional women’s soccer team) during the club’s final year in Kansas City before the team relocated to Utah. He serves as a consultant surgeon for the SportingKC soccer organization, including the Swope Park Rangers and Sporting Academy. 

His professional interests include open and arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder, elbow, knee and hip. He has a special focus in hip arthroscopy including a procedure known as labral reconstruction for irreparable labral tears. In addition, Dr. McCabe has certification in an advanced cartilage reconstruction procedure of the knee known as MACI which involves “harvesting” cartilage cells from the patient’s knee followed by reimplantation to graft cartilage injuries in non-arthritic knees. Dr. McCabe’s interest in arthroscopy extends to shoulder labral tears, rotator cuff tears and elbow injuries as well.

Patient education and an individualized treatment approach are pillars to effective orthopedic care in Dr. McCabe’s practice.  He is proud to have Lindsey Brown, NP as a member of his team. Lindsey and Dr. McCabe’s medical assistants are bright, compassionate, energetic and dedicated to patient care.  Their commitment to providing a superior patient experience is evident on a daily basis. Dr. McCabe and his team members believe in courtesy, respect, and the importance of sharing a smile with patients and family members.

 

OUTSIDE OF WORK

 

Dr. McCabe remains active academically and serves on the editorial board for Arthroscopy Journal. He has authored and co-authored more than 15 peer-reviewed articles on a number of topics in orthopedic surgery including hip arthroscopy, shoulder instability, anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction and other topics in sports medicine. 

His work on treating complex shoulder instability with a technique known as remplissage was nominated for a clinical science award by the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Society. In addition, his collaboration on research at Walter Reed led to the publication of the definitive study on return to driving following hip arthroscopy. He has given dozens of lectures at the local, regional and national level on various topics in orthopedics and sports medicine.

 
 
 

He currently serves as the sports medicine consultant to Belton and Ray-Pec High Schools and previously served as a team physician at the junior college and division-I collegiate level (including Jackson State University). He continues to treat competitive and recreational athletes and has a passion for returning them to their active lifestyles.

In his free time, Dr. McCabe enjoys growing deeper roots into the Kansas City community with his wife, a Nashville native, and his children. He enjoys going to the park with his children, touring the many attractions in KC, and following Sporting KC, the Chiefs, Royals, US Soccer and Notre Dame football.