Brian L. Seeto, MD
Physicians

Brian L. Seeto, MD

Specialty

Arthroscopic & Reconstructive Surgery of the Shoulder

Board Eligible

Medical School

Queen’s University

Residency

University of Toronto

Fellowship

University of Toronto

Location(s)

Map

West Phoenix Clinic

9321 W Thomas Rd Suite 205
Phoenix, AZ, 85037

Biography

Brian Seeto, MD is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the shoulder and orthopedic traumatology.

Dr. Seeto completed a combined fellowship in orthopedic traumatology and upper extremity at the University of Toronto in Canada. In addition, he completed an additional fellowship in shoulder arthroscopy and reconstruction at the Hospital Pasteur in Nice, France under Professor Pascal Boileau. Dr. Seeto received his residency training from the University of Toronto in Canada. He obtained his medical degree from University of Toronto iin Canada. He obtained his medical degree from Queen’s University School of Medicine and attended the University of Toronto, St. Michael’s College for his undergraduate studies.

Dr. Seeto is a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. He continues to remain active in academics through presentations and publications.

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Research & Experience

Publications

Boileau P, Morin-Salvo N, Gauci M, Seeto BL, et al. “Angeled BIO-RSA: A Solution for the Management of Gleniod Bone Loss and Erosion” Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (2017)

Boutis K, Pecaric M, Seeto B, Pusic M. “Using Signal Detection Theory To Model Changes In Longitudinal Learning Of Radiological Image Interpretation” Advances In Health Sciences Education: Theory and Practice (2010).

Lin AC, Seeto BL, et al. “Modulating Hedgehog Signaling can Attenuate the Severity of Osteoarthritis.” Nature Medicine 15.12 (2009): 1421-5.

Al-Ansari K, Howard A, Seeto B, Yoo S, Zaki S, Boutis K. “Minimally Angulated Pediatric Wrist Fractures: Is Immobilization Without Manipulation Enough?” CJEM 9.1 (2007): 9-15.


Textbook Contributions

Seeto BL, Geddes C and McKee M. “Clavicle Fractures” Orthopedic Traumatology: An Evidence Based Approach 2nd Ed.” (Springer, pending publication)

Seeto BL, Rahm S, Boileau P. “Indications and Techniques of BIO-RSA for Cuff Tear Arthropathy Including Associated Soft Tissue Transfers for Loss of External Rotation” In: Dines DM, Dines JS, Edwards TB, eds. Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty: A Practical Approach” New York, New York: Thieme; 2018:55-63.

Gonzalez J-F, Fountzoulas K, Chelli M, Seeto B, Boileau P. “Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty for Non- Operated, Irreparable Massive Cuff Tear (Hamada I-III): A Minimum 5-year Follow-up” In: Boileau et al. eds. Shoulder Concepts: Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty. Montpellier: Sauramps; 2016: 71-80.

Seeto BL, Clowez G, Neyton L, Trojani C, Boileau P. “Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty for Fracture Sequelae: A Minimum 5-year Follow-up” In: Boileau et al. eds. Shoulder Concepts: Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty. Montpellier: Sauramps; 2016: 109-120.

Fountzoulas K, Seeto B, Chelli M, Favard L, Boileau P. “Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty With Iliac Crest Bone Grafting (Norris Technique): A Minimum 5-year Follow-up” In: Boileau et al. eds. Shoulder Concepts: Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty. Montpellier: Sauramps; 2016: 303-304.

Boileau P, Seeto BL, Lavoue V, Rahm S. “Single Incision Latissimus Dorsi Transfer with BIO-RSA: Technique and Results” In: Boileau et al. eds. Shoulder Concepts: Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty. Montpellier: Sauramps; 2016: 383-395.


Posters

Seeto BL, Durbowski A, Ferguson P. “Establishing Critical Steps in Open Biopsy: A Delphi Consensus Study.” Musculoskeletal Tumor Society. San Francisco (October 2013) and AAOS Annual Meeting (2014)

Boutis K, Pecaric M, Seeto B, Pusic M. “Using Signal Detection Theory to Model Changes in Longitudinal Learning of Pediatric Ankle X-ray Interpretation.” Association of American Medical Colleges RIME Conference and Pediatric Academic Societies. Boston (November 2009) and Baltimore (May 2009) respectively.


Presentations

Seeto BL, Chelli M, Clowez G, Neyton L, Trojani C, Boileau P. “Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty for Fracture Sequelae with Minimum 5-year Follow-up” SOFCOT 92nd Annual Meeting. Paris, scheduled for November 2017.

Boileau P, Gendre P, Saliken D, Seeto B, D’Ollone T, Gastaud O, Gonzalez JF. “Arthroscoic Latarjet procedure: can a standardized technique decrease complications?” 27th SECEC/ESSSE Congress. Berlin, September 14, 2017.

Seeto BL, Chelli M, Clowez G, Neyton L, Trojani C, Boileau P. “Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty for Fracture Sequelae with Minimum 5-year Follow-up” 27th SECEC-ESSE Congress. Berlin, September 14, 2017.

Boileau P, Gendre P, D’Ollonne T, Gastaud O, Gonzalez JF Seeto BL. “Suture Button Fixation is an Alternative to Screw Fixation for Latarjet Procedure” ASES 2017 Specialty Day. San Diego, March 18, 2017.

Seeto BL, et al. “Long Term Results of RSA for Fracture Sequelae (Operated or Not).” Nice Shoulder Course. Nice (FR). Nice, France, planned for June 4, 2016.

Boileau P, Seeto BL, Rahm S. “Does Bony Increased-offset Reversed Shoulder Arthroplasty Combined with a Modified Single Incision Latissimus Dorsi Transfer Alone Restore Shoulder Elevation and External Rotation without Loss of Internal Rotation?” EFORT Annual Congress. Geneva Switzerland, June 2016. Presented by S Rahm.

Lin AC, Seeto BL, et al. “Modulating Hedgehog Signaling Can Attenuate the Severity of Osteoarthritis.” The University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Surgery 35th Annual Gallie Day. Toronto, May 8 2009. Presented by AC Lin.

Lin AC, Seeto BL, et al. “Hedgehog Signaling Regulates the Severity of Osteoarthritis.” ORS 55th Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, February 24 2009. Presented by AC Lin.

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