Barry Waldman, M.D.
Johns Hopkins Medical School Sinai Hospital
Dr. Barry Waldman is an orthopedic surgeon with over 17 years of experience in the field. He has established an impressive career working with OrthoMaryland in Baltimore. Dr. Waldman is the Director of the Center for Joint Preservation and Replacement at the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopaedics at Sinai Hospital. Previously, Waldman stood as the President of the Medical Staff at Sinai Hospital from 2009 until 2011. Barry Waldman MD is also a Clinical Instructor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
In 1992, Dr. Barry Waldman received his Medical Doctorate from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He then completed his General Surgery Internship and Orthopaedic Surgery residency training at the John Hopkins University Hospital. In 1997, upon completion of his residency, Dr. Waldman completed a Surgical Arthritis Service Fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. The following year, he began his long and esteemed career with OrthoMaryland.
Barry Waldman MD specializes in care for the hip, knee, and shoulder. Along with his practice and teaching career, Waldman is involved in developing minimally invasive hip and knee replacement systems. He has also supported advancements in personalized medicine in orthopedics, particularly through customized knee replacement.
While practicing locally in Baltimore, Maryland, Dr. Barry Waldman is known worldwide for his work. Over the years, he has published numerous papers related to hip and knee replacement along with other important topics related to the field of orthopedics. Waldman has also spent time traveling across the globe as a guest speaker at many international events. Areas he has traveled to include Japan, Prague, Rome, Copenhagen, Mexico, and throughout the United States to places like Arizona, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Chicago, and more.
Dr. Barry Waldman is a member of the following professional organizations:
- American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons
- Eastern Orthopaedic Association
- Southern Orthopaedic Association
- Maryland Orthopaedic Society
- Baltimore County Medical Society
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My left hip is amazing! I have regular motion back and can do things I haven't even tried in years! I have zero pain except for the nerve issues in my back.
The right is quickly deteriorating. While I am excited to be able to tie my shoes and sit cross-legged with the left, the right no longer allows either of those, and in PT I am working on being able to balance on it but it is nearly impossible. The pain is sporadic, but I am definitely limited.
I plan to come see you over my spring break and then schedule the right hip, life permitting, for the week after school lets out in early June. I am dreading the recovery process, but I do not want to cause any additional nerve damage in my back and I don't see waiting through pain for something that is clearly becoming inevitable. I am actually kind of excited at the prospect of what I might be able to do if I had both hips functioning again.
Thank you for giving me hope and for curing the debilitating pain I had lived with for so long.
Happy New Year, I'll see you in the spring!
I wanted to thank Dr. Waldman again for my hip replacement surgery. Six weeks ago this morning I had the surgery and I played 18 holes of golf today. Just one complaint, the surgery did not improve my game. Do you think if he added a half-inch to the right leg that it would cure my slice??