Amanda Marshall, M.D.
Total Joint Arthoplasty
After extensive training in complex hip and knee reconstructions, Dr. Marshall has returned to her home-state of Texas. Born and raised in South Texas, she is committed to providing patient-centered care to the region. Her medical training began at The University of Texas Medical School in Houston where she graduated with the faculty's top honor given to a graduating senior medical student - the Ross C. Sterling Award. In addition, she was nominated as a junior medical student to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society.
Her tradition of excellence continued in residency at the Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC. receiving awards relating to orthopaedic research and patient care including the American Orthopaedic Association-Zimmer Resident Research Award and the CMC Clinical Research Award. With an interest in geriatric bone health, she also developed the Outpatient Fragility Fracture Care Program to identify and treat elderly patients with osteoporotic fractures.
Dr. Marshall then completed a joint reconstruction fellowship at Rush University in Chicago, IL. World-renowned for minimally invasive arthroplasty, Rush University provided an unparalleled environment to learn state-of-the-art surgical techniques. She is well versed in complex hip and knee revision surgery addressing failed hip and knee replacements. In addition, she has won numerous awards for her research investigating the role of wear debris in the accelerated bone loss around joint implants. She has won the OREF Career Development Award, ORS Young Investigator Award and the OREF/AAHKS Grant in Joint Replacement Surgery. She lectures internationally on her research involving the interaction of wear debris on key cells responsible for bone generation.