Kurt Stoll, M.D.

Dr. Kurt Stoll is an orthopaedic surgeon, fellowship trained in shoulder and elbow surgery. He specializes in shoulder replacements including revision cases, complex elbow cases, rotator cuff tears, shoulder instability, orthopedic trauma surgery, and general orthopedics. He completed training with world experts in shoulder and elbow surgery. Dr. Stoll began practicing with Northwest Orthopaedic Specialists in 2022.

After completing his Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology at the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana, Dr. Stoll went on to obtain his medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle, Washington. He then completed his residency training in orthopedic surgery at the University of North Carolina Hospital in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Following his residency, Dr. Stoll completed advanced training in shoulder and elbow at the Rothman Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Stoll grew up in Sandpoint, Idaho and enjoys spending time with his family, hiking, skiing, and enjoying the Inland Northwest.

 

Qualifications

Undergraduate

University of Montana, Missoula, MT 2008-2011

Medical School

University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA 2012-2016

Residency

Orthopaedic Surgery, University of North Carolina Hospital, Chapel Hill, NC 2016-2021

Fellowship

Rothman Orthopaedic Institute Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2021-2022

Hospital & Surgery Center Affiliations

  • MultiCare Deaconess Hospital
  • MultiCare Valley Hospital
  • Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center
  • Providence Holy Family Hospital
  • The Orthopaedic Surgery Center

Professional Memberships

  • American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons- Fellow Member
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

Medical Interests

  • Shoulder pathology
  • Elbow pathology
  • Shoulder and elbow replacements
  • Rotator cuff repairs
  • Shoulder labral repairs
  • Complex shoulder instability
  • Biceps/Triceps ruptures
  • AC Separations
  • Fractures of the upper extremity
  • Sports injuries to the shoulder and elbow

Publications

  • 2022    Joyce CD, Patel MS, Stoll K.E., Singh AM, Stone MA, Horneff JG, et al. Fixed Versus Variable Angle Humeral Neck Cut in Anatomic Total Shoulder Arthroplasty: A Randomized Controlled Trial. J Shoulder Elb Surg.
  • 2022    Stoll K.E., Hendy B, Brown T, Cohen N, Lee TQ, Namdari S, et al. Arthroscopically Assisted Acromioclavicular and Coracoclavicular Reconstruction with a Looped Braided Polyester Suture Band and Buckle Device. Arthrosc Techniques.
  • 2021    Narayanan A.S., Stoll K.E., Pratson L.F., Lin F-C., Olcott C.W., Gaizo D.J.D. Musculoskeletal Health Literacy is Associated with Outcome and Satisfaction of Total Knee Arthroplasty. Journal of Arthroplasty.
  • 2020    Stoll K.E. & Garrigues G.E. “Elbow Injuries in Basketball.” The Basketball Sports Medicine and Science Book. Edited by L. Laver, B. Kocaoglu, J. Bytomski, B. Cole, A. J. Arundale, A. Amendola. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2020, pp. 281-291.
  • 2020    Stoll, K.E., Marchwiany, D.A., Cavanaugh, D.L., Deol, G.S. Resident’s Guide to Spine: A Procedural Guide to Surgical Excellence. Lateral approaches to L3-4, L4-L5, pp. 163-170. Springer.
  • 2019    Stoll, K.E., Allen, A.D., Perry, J.P., Hahn, J.C., Ostrum, R.F. Determining High Risk Opioid Use in Orthopaedic Trauma Patients.
  • 2015    Stoll, K. E., Miles, J. D., White, J. K., Punt, S. E. W., Conrad, E. U., & Ching, R. P. Assessment of registration accuracy during computer-aided oncologic limb-salvage surgery. International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery.
  • 2014    Yi, F., Ball, J., Stoll, K.E., Satpute, V. C., Mitchell, S. M., Pauli, J. L., et al. Direct excitation of parvalbumin-positive interneurons by M1 muscarinic acetylcholine receptors. The Journal of Physiology.
  • 2014    Yi, F., DeCan, E., Stoll, K.E., Marceau, E., Deisseroth, K., & Lawrence, J. J. Muscarinic excitation of parvalbumin-positive interneurons contributes to the severity of pilocarpine-induced seizures. Epilepsia.