Cory Edgar, MD, PhD
Dr. Cory Edgar, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Boston University School of Medicine and Team Physician for Boston University athletics, completed his medical and doctoral degree in a combined program at Boston University School of Medicine. He continued his orthopedic training at Boston University/Boston Medical Center Residency Training program. A strong research and academic interest with research endeavors both clinical and basic science while during his time at Boston University. Dr. Edgar continued his specialty training as a Fellow in Sports Medicine at The University of Connecticut, a world-renowned fellowship program.
Dr. Edgar’s clinical interests and expertise include primary and revision ACL reconstructions, multi-ligament knee injuries, meniscal transplantation, patella dislocations and instability, complex shoulder instability with bone loss, revision rotator cuff surgery, AC joint injuries, pectoralis tendon ruptures, distal biceps ruptures, ankle instability and talus OCD lesions.
Dr. Edgar continues to devote himself to improving the field of orthopaedics through research. A primary area of interest and expertise is the use of stem cells to enhance healing and graft incorporation in sports medicine. Our research goal is continue to explore and develop through a translational medical approach, the application of biologics and regenerative medicine to sports medicine issues.
Dr. Edgar is committed to education and patient care. His clinical interests, education, and experience enable him to care for patients with compassion and expertise. Dr. Edgar is seeing patients at both the Boston Medical Center Campus at the Shapiro Center, 725 Albany St and at the Ryan Center for Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation at Boston University, 915 Commonwealth Avenue. Please call the office at 617-638-5633 to schedule an appointment.