Dr. Scott Price was born and raised in New York City. He attended Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. and received fellowship awards for Biological as well as for Medical Studies.
He then attended the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in NYC before completing his Orthopaedic Surgery residency at Montefiore Medical Center. He completed a year of chief residency before moving to Cincinnati for a year of fellowship training in sports medicine and adult joint reconstruction at the prestigious Cincinnati Sports Medicine Institute under the tutelage of Dr. Frank Noyes.
He served as one of the team physicians for the Chicago White Sox from 1987 until 2003 and was the head physician for the Major League Baseball All-Star game in 2003. He has also been the tournament physician for the women’s professional tennis events in Chicago, including the Virginia Slims and Ameritech Cup tournaments sponsored by the WTA. Over the past 25 years, he has covered high school football games for Chicago Christian HS, Oak Lawn HS, Richards HS and currently is the team physician for Amos Alonzo Stagg HS. His experience with professional and recreational athletes over this period of time gives him a unique perspective to provide state of the art techniques and treatment plans to his patients.
Dr. Price believes that providing superior patient education and creating appropriate patient expectations is a key component in the care and treatment of his patients. He works closely with referring physicians and ancillary services such as physical therapy to ensure a seamless treatment program for his patients. He sees patients at both the Palos Heights and Mokena offices of Parkview and is on staff at Palos Community Hospital, the Orland Park Surgical Center, and Advocate Christ Medical Center. …