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New Orthopaedic Surgeon Joins BMC and BUSM Faculty
Cory M. Edgar, MD, PhD has recently joined Boston Medical Center (BMC) as an orthopaedic surgeon and Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) as an assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery. In addition he has been appointed as team physician for Boston University Athletics.
Edgar’s area of expertise is in using stem cells in the care of injured athletes to enhance soft tissue healing and grafts. His clinical interests include shoulder joint injuries, shoulder and knee joint instability and issues regarding treatment for patellar instability. His goal is to continue exploration through research and the development and application of biologics and regenerative medicine techniques in sports medicine procedures.
A graduate of BUSM, Edgar received his medical and doctoral degrees through the combined MD/PhD program. He continued his training at BMC through the orthopedic surgery residency program. Edgar completed a yearlong specialty training as a fellow in sports medicine at the University of Connecticut Health Center, where he served as a team physician.
Edgar sees patients at BMC’s Shapiro Ambulatory Care Center and at Boston University’s newly renovated Ryan Center for Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation.