Head of the Arthroscopic Shoulder, Knee and Elbow Department of Concordia Hospital in Rome

Dr. Giovanni Di Giacomo is specialized in shoulder surgery (treatment of instabilities, prosthetics and prosthetic revision, traumatology of the humerus, clavicle and scapula, pathologies of the rotator cuff, athlete’s shoulder), in arthroscopic knee surgery (meniscal pathology and anterior cruciate ligament) in prosthetic surgery and arthroscopic elbow surgery.

Since 1996 Head of the shoulder, knee and elbow arthroscopy surgery department of the Concordia Hospital for Special Surgery (ISAKOS Teaching Center)


• 2nd Vice-President of the Executive Committee of SIAGASCOT (Italian Society of Arthroscopy-Knee Upper Limb-Sport-Cartilage-Orthopedic Technologies)
• SIOT (Italian Society of Orthopedics and Traumatology)
• SICSeG (Italian Society of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery)
• SITRAS (Italian Society of Sports Traumatology)
• EUROPEAN REGIONAL CHAIR STMS (Society for Tennis Medicine and Science International Affiliate)
• AAOS (American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons) member
• Corresponding Member ASES (American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons)
• Member of the UPPER EXTREMITY COMMITTEE of ISAKOS (International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopedic Sports Medicine)
• Since 1995 Head of athletes for the ATP (Professional Tennis Association) WTA (Women’s Tennis Association) – “Italian Open” Master Series Foro Italico – Rome
• Orthopedic Consultant for various Italian football and soccer teams
• Trainer for Top Seminar organized by SIOT “Shoulder Arthroscopy” Reggello
• Trainer for Basic and Advanced Course (SIA) on Montecatini Shoulder Arthroscopy
• Medical Consultant for FIDIA Pharmaceutical International
• Trainer for Europe and the USA: “Arthrex International”
• Health Care Professional (HCP) Consultant for Wright Medical Group
• CREATOR of the “WEDGED PROFILE MINI PLATE” for the “LATARJET PROCEDURE” surgical technique produced by Arthrex Inc.
He is the author of countless books and publications in national and international journals.