Meet Dr. Li

Sports Medicine | Shoulder Surgery

Active Member of the ASES Society

ASES Society

Dr. Xinning Li, Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at the Boston University School of Medicine and Team Physician for the Boston University athletics, has a strong clinical interest in both Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery.

  • Dual Fellowship Trained in Both Sports Medicine and Advanced Shoulder Reconstruction Surgery
  • Advanced Arthroscopic and Minimal Invasive Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery Techniques
  • Specialist in Complex Shoulder Reconstruction
  • Primary and Revision Shoulder Replacement
  • Muscle / Tendon Transfers for Scapular Winging and Rotator Cuff Tears
  • Published over 150 Scientific Articles and given over 300 Presentations at Orthopedic Meetings
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Benefits of Arthroscopic Surgery
  • Smaller Incisions
  • Lower Infection Rate
  • Minimal Soft Tissue Trauma
  • Less Scarring
  • Less Pain
  • Earlier Mobilization
  • Faster Healing Time
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  • Awesome Doctor, had a train wreck of a shoulder, he put me back together. Range of motion and recovery came quicker than most. Highly recommend this man...
    -Gregory Clewes | June 06, 2018
  • I can't say enough about Dr. Li. i tore my rotator cuff on my right shoulder 3/11/16. I saw him in August referred by my lawyer he gave me cortisone shot & to do PT & said i had a 90% tear of the cuff that i would need surgery.
    -Ron Packard in MA | Jun 09, 2018
  • Honestly, one of the BEST orthopedic surgeons that I have ever had. I’ve encountered multiple orthopedic surgeons in the past but none of them can beat or even compare to Dr. Li! Dr. Li and his team make sure you feel comfortable and safe at all times.
    - Apr 26, 2021
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