Roy A. Majors, MD 704.323.3000

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My problem was not easily diagnosed, not acute, and not an emergency. While it has been interfering with my ability to exercise for five months, I was concerned that it was not important enough to justify the attention of a doctor. Dr. Majors took the time to discuss the issue and answered all my questions. I think his diagnosis was spot on......the more I reflect on it, the more it makes sense in light of my experience with the problem. I am so relieved with his answers and treatment.

- Cindy W.

Fellowship Trained

  • Shoulder & Elbow
  • Sports Medicine

Clinical Specialties

  • Knee
  • Shoulder & Elbow
  • Sports Medicine


  • Clemson University -- Bachelor of Science
  • Medical College of Georgia -- Doctor of Medicine
  • Medical College of Georgia -- Internship, General Surgery
  • Medical College of Georgia -- Residency, Orthopedic Surgery
  • Resurgeons -- Fellowship, Sports Medicine


  • Serves on the State Board of licensure for Athletic Trainers (NCBATE)
  • President-Elect of the Sports Medicine Committee of the North Carolina Medical Society
  • Serves as a sports medicine consultant for the NFL
  • Member of YMCA Advisory Board for Sports Medicine, Charlotte
  • Board of Directors, Charlotte Touchdown Club - Co-Chairman, Scholarship Committee
  • Head team physician for Charlotte Latin High School
  • Head Team Physician for Butler High School


  • Specializing in surgery of the shoulder and knee with a focus on Arthroscopic surgery
  • Involved with the development of instruments and techniques used in arthroscopic surgery of the knee and shoulder, including ACL reconstruction, rotator cuff repair and shoulder instability surgery

  • Member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • Member of the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • Member of the Arthroscopy Association of North America
  • Member of the North Carolina Orthopaedic Association
  • Member of the North Carolina Medical Society


  • Clinical Effects of Cutting Excess Bioabsorbable Screws in ACL Reconstruction, Charlotte Orthopedic
  • Specialists, Charlotte, North Carolina 2000-2001
  • Radiographic Cervical Changes in Professional Soccer Players, Charlotte Orthopedic Specialists, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1996
  • Prospective Study of “T Fix” Meniscal Repair Technique, Charlotte Orthopedic Specialists, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1996
  • Achieving Full Range of Motion Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction; Roy A. Majors,
  • M. D./Blane A. Woodfin, M. D., Resurgens, P.C., Atlanta, GA, 1992
  • Prospective Study of Axillary Block Anesthesia, paper presented at Southern Medical Association,
  • Washington, DC, November, 1989; and AOA Residents Conference, Newport Beach, CA,
  • March, 1990; and Senior Residents Research Conference, Charleston, SC, April, 1990
  • Congenital Dislocation of the Knees, paper presented at Georgia Orthopedic Society, Sea Island, GA, October, 1989
  • Children's Cardiovascular Reactivity to Exercise, Medical College of Georgia, 1982
  • Grant-in-Aid, The Synthesis of Polymers, Clemson University, 1980


  • Nurse: Stephanie Easterling
  • Test/Surgery Scheduler: Jennifer Aguilar

PA Team

Jeremy Gaines, PA-C