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David F. Martin, M.D.Wake Forest Baptist Health

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4.6 out of 5

239 Ratings
17 Comments
 

David F. Martin, M.D.

Professor,

Clinical Interests

Sports Injuries, Lower Extremity Trauma, Arthroscopy of the shoulder and knee, Adolescent Sports Medicine, Trauma/Sports Medicine of the Upper Extremity, Knee and Hip Replacement, Arthroscopic Surgery, Orthopaedics, Rehabilitation, Total Joint Replacement, Foot and Ankle Surgery, Sports Medicine

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New Patient Appointments: 336-716-WAKE
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Education & Training

  • A.B., Dartmouth College, 1978
  • M.D., Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 1982
  • Internship, Surgery, Johns Hopkins Affil Hosps, 1983
  • Residency, Surgery, Johns Hopkins Affil Hosps, 1984
  • Residency, Orthopaedic Surgery, Johns Hopkins Affil Hosps, 1987
  • Fellowship, Medical Center-Hughston Ortho, 1987
  • Fellowship, Union Memorial Hosp, 1988

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
  • American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery

Memberships

  • Am Academy Of Orthopaedic Surg
  • The Magellan Society
  • Nat'L Athletic Trainers' Assn
  • North Carolina Medical Society
  • North Carolina Orthopedic Assn
  • Rovere Sports Medicine Society
  • Southern Medical Association
  • Southern Orthopedic Assn
  • Academic Orthopaedic Society
  • Winston-Salem Surgical Society
  • Am Coll Of Sports Medicine
  • Am Coll Of Surgeons
  • Am Medical Assn
  • Am Orthopaedic Assn
  • Am Orthpdc Society Of Sports M
  • Guilford College Quaker Club
  • Hughston Sports Medicine Socie

NPI Number

  • 1003890070
David F. Martin, M.D.

Doctor Rating

4.6 out of 5

239 Ratings
17 Comments
 

David F. Martin, M.D.

Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery

Research Interests

Knee Injuries; Knee Joint; Joint Instability; Arthroscopy; Anterior Cruciate Ligament
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Recent Publications

A cost-effective junior resident training and assessment simulator for orthopaedic surgical skills via fundamentals of orthopaedic surgery: AAOS exhibit selection. Lopez G, Wright R, Martin D, Jung J, Bracey D, Gupta R.. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2015;97(8):659-666.

(Sample) size matters! An examination of sample size from the SPRINT trial study to prospectively evaluate reamed intramedullary nails in patients with tibial fractures. Bhandari M, Tornetta P III, Rampersad SA, Sprague S, Heels-Ansdell D, Sanders DW, Schemitsch EH, Swiontkowski M, Walter S, Webb LX, Teasdall RD, Birkedal JP, Martin DF, Ruch DS, Kilgus DJ, Pollock DC, Harris MB,.. J Orthop Trauma. 2013;27(4):183-189.

Differences in running mechanics and strength between runners in minimalist and traditional footwear [abstract]. Fellin RE, Seay JF, Hill RD, Saldana S, Cannon DW, DeVita P, Ip EH, Martin DF, Messier SP.. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2013;45(5 Suppl 1):424.

Superior labrum anterior and posterior lesions of the shoulder: incidence rates, complications, and outcomes as reported by American Board of Orthopedic Surgery part II candidates. Weber SC, Martin DF, Seiler JG III, Harrast JJ.. Am J Sports Med. 2012;40(7):1538-1543.

Outcomes assessment in the SPRINT multicenter tibial fracture trial: adjudication committee size has trivial effect on trial results. Simunovic N, Walter S, Devereaux PJ, Sprague S, Guyatt GH, Schemitsch E, Tornetta P III, Sanders D, Swiontkowski M, Bhandari M, Webb LX, Teasdall RD, Birkedal JP, Martin DF, Ruch DS, Kilgus DJ, Pollock DC, Harris MB, Wiesler ER,.. J Clin Epidemiol. 2011;64(9):1023-1033.

Use of both short musculoskeletal function assessment questionnaire and short form-36 among tibial-fracture patients was redundant. Busse JW, Bhandari M, Guyatt GH, Heels-Ansdell D, Mandel S, Sanders D, Schemitsch E, Swiontkowski M, Tornetta P III, Wai E, Walter SD, Webb LX, Teasdall RD, Birkedal JP, Martin DF, Ruch DS, Kilgus DJ, Pollock DC, Harris MB,.. J Clin Epidemiol. 2009;62(11):1210-1217.

Adhesive capsulitis: a reminder to treat the whole patient [editorial]. Martin DF.. South Med J. 2008;101(6):578-579.

Risk factors and mechanisms of knee injury in runners. Messier SP, Legault C, Schoenlank CR, Newman JJ, Martin DF, Devita P.. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2008;40(11):1873-1879.

Randomized trial of reamed and unreamed intramedullary nailing of tibial shaft fractures. Bhandari M, Guyatt G, Tornetta P III, Schemitsch EH, Swiontkowski M, Sanders D, Walter SD, Webb LX, Teasdall RD, Birkedal JP, Martin DF, Ruch DS, Kilgus DJ, Pollock DC, Harris MB, Wiesler ER, Ward WG, Shilt JS,.. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2008;90(12):2567-2578.

Initial biomechanical properties of staple-anchor Achilles tendon allograft and interference screw bone-patellar tendon-bone autograft fixation for anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction in a cadaveric model. Farmer JM, Lee CA, Curl WW, Martin DF, Kortesis B, Poehling GG.. Arthroscopy. 2006;22(10):1040-1045.

Surgical treatment of chronic posteromedial instability using capsular procedures. Jackson JB III, Ferguson CM, Martin DF.. Sports Med Arthrosc Rev. 2006;14(2):91-95.

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Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery

Clinical Interests

Sports Injuries, Lower Extremity Trauma, Arthroscopy of the shoulder and knee, Adolescent Sports Medicine, Trauma/Sports Medicine of the Upper Extremity, Knee and Hip Replacement, Arthroscopic Surgery, Orthopaedics, Rehabilitation, Total Joint Replacement, Foot and Ankle Surgery, Sports Medicine
David F. Martin, M.D.

David F. Martin, M.D.

Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery

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Doctor Rating

4.6 out of 5

David F. Martin, M.D.239 Ratings
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Doctor Ratings

The overall Patient Rating score is the average of responses to the nine questions listed below. The questions are from the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Responses are measured on a 1 to 5 scale, where 1 represents "very poor" and 5 represents "very good."
Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey

CP concern for questions/worries
4.6
CP efforts to include in decisions
4.7
CP explanations of prob/condition
4.7
CP spoke using clear language
4.8
Friendliness/courtesy of CP
4.7
Likelihood of recommending CP
4.7
Patients' confidence in CP
4.8
Time CP spent with patient
4.6
Wait time at clinic
3.9



Patient Comments

Comments are taken from the Care Provider section of the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey. Comments are posted exactly as they are written. Comments are added weekly. To protect patient privacy and confidentiality, patient names are not included.

7/28/2016

Just plain excellent.

7/7/2016

It appears to me that *Dr. Martin has been doing this so long that he has become detached from the thoughts, feelings, concerns, and questions that the customer may have. He is like a robot. He is on automatic pilot to examine patient and input information in system about patient. Doesn't really want to talk to patient or explain anything into details. It seems as though as long as he knows that's all that matters.

7/6/2016

Love *Dr. Martin and his P.A. *Jason. I have already recommended several patients which are now being treated there.

5/27/2016

Based on our positive experience, we have already referred two persons to *Dr. Martin and his practice.

5/3/2016

*Dr. Martin excellent doctor!

4/27/2016

Very good doctor

4/23/2016

Very good provider.

3/16/2016

Great surgeon but lacks bedside manner. Spends a lot of time answering questions.

2/24/2016

Very good & first class people. Good care all around.

2/10/2016

*Dr. Martin, PA *Haggerick, *Wanda Hamm and nurse *Sharon (Maring?) are all awesome.

1/4/2016

DR Martin is superb.

1/1/2016

Dr. Martin is caring, competent and most efficient.

12/20/2015

I feel extremely fortunate to be under the excellent care of Dr. Martin. His discretion and skill and conservative approach feels most beneficial for my situation.

12/19/2015

I was there for follow up for knee replacement 2 months ago. Dr. Martin has done both of my knees. I am very pleased. I have recommended him to others.

11/8/2015

WE had a very thorough discussion about my next knee replacement. Very helpful!

11/4/2015

Appreciative of late accomodation.

9/21/2015

I feel confident my problem will be resolved in a timely manner.

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