Aaron T. Scott, M.D.
Associate Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery
Achilles Tendon; Tendinopathy; Arthrodesis; Orthopedic Procedures; Osteotomy
Academic: 336-716-0572 | Department: 336-716-8200
Radiographic and CT assessment of reduction of calcaneus fractures using a limited sinus tarsi incision. Scott AT, Pacholke DA, Hamid KS.. Foot Ankle Int. 2016;37(9):950-957.
The role of fluid dynamics in distributing ankle stresses in anatomic and injured states. Hamid KS, Scott AT, Nwachukwu BU, Danelson KA.. Foot Ankle Int. 2016;():.
Talar neck fractures: a systematic review of the literature. Halvorson JJ, Winter SB, Teasdall RD, Scott AT.. J Foot Ankle Surg. 2013;52(1):56-61.
Normal aging alters in vivo passive biomechanical response of the rat gastrocnemius-Achilles muscle-tendon unit. Plate JF, Wiggins WF, Haubruck P, Scott AT, Smith TL, Saul KR, Mannava S.. J Biomech. 2013;46(3):450-455.
Distal locking using an electromagnetic field-guided computer-based real-time system for orthopaedic trauma patients. Langfitt MK, Halvorson JJ, Scott AT, Smith BP, Russell GB, Jinnah RH, Miller AN, Carroll EA.. J Orthop Trauma. 2013;27(7):367-372.
Successful manubriosternal fusion following failure of open reduction and internal fixation of a traumatic manubriosternal dislocation. Scott AT, Halvorson JJ, O'Gara TJ, Lata AL.. J Bone Joint Surg Case Connect. 2013;3(4):e98.
Toe pain and deformity. Scott AT. In: Hurwitz SR, Parekh SG, eds. Musculoskeletal examination of the foot and ankle: making the complex simple. Thorofare (NJ): Slack;2012: 214-232.
Lesser toe deformities and sesamoid pathology. Scott AT. In: Parekh, SG, ed. Foot and ankle surgery. New Dehli (India): Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers Ltd;2012: 73-105.
Mechanical properties of lower limb dermis following static and cyclic compression. Evans DW, Scott AT, Teasdall RD, Smith BP, Howlett A, Connor-Kerr T, Sparks JL.. Biomed Sci Instrum. 2012;48():104-111.
Single-row versus double-row repair of the distal achilles tendon: a biomechanical comparison. Pilson H, Brown P, Stitzel J, Scott A.. J Foot Ankle Surg. 2012;51(6):762-766.
First metatarsophalangeal arthrodesis: a biomechanical comparison of three fixation constructs. Foote KM, Teasdall RD, Tanaka ML, Scott AT.. J Surg Orthop Adv. 2012;21(4):223-231.
Vascular injury associated with extremity trauma: initial diagnosis and management. Halvorson JJ, Anz A, Langfitt M, Deonanan JK, Scott A, Teasdall RD, Carroll EA.. J Am Acad Orthop Surg. 2011;19(8):495-504.
Percutaneous fixation of proximal fifth metatarsal fractures. Scott AT, Nunley JA. In: Maffulli N, Easley ME, eds. Minimally invasive surgery of the foot and ankle. London (UK): Springer Verlag;2011: 199-212.
Isolated subtalar arthrodesis. Scott AT, Adelaar RS. In: Wiesel SW, ed. Operative techniques in orthopaedic surgery, vol 4. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins;2011: 3843-3848.
Calcaneonavicular coalition resection in the adult patient. Scott AT, Tuten HR. In: Wiesel SW, ed. Operative techniques in orthopaedic surgery, vol 4. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins;2011: 3839-3842.
Tendon transfer for foot drop. Easley ME, Scott AT. In: Wiesel SW, ed. Operative techniques in orthopaedic surgery, vol 4. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins;2011: 4488-4504.
Biomechanical comparison of hallux valgus correction using the proximal chevron osteotomy fixed with a medial locking plate and the Ludloff osteotomy fixed with two screws. Scott AT, DeOrio JK, Montijo HE, Glisson RR.. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon). 2010;25(3):271-276.
Fusion versus excision of the symptomatic type II accessory navicular: a prospective study. Scott AT, Sabesan VJ, Saluta JR, Wilson MA, Easley ME.. Foot Ankle Int. 2009;30(1):10-15.
Polyethylene fracture following STAR ankle arthroplasty: a report of three cases. Scott AT, Nunley JA.. Foot Ankle Int. 2009;30(4):375-379.
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*Dr.Aaron Scott was very personable and seemed truly concerned.
Dr Scott is just an excellent provider, he is bright and provides definitive explanations.
I felt that Dr.Scott did not give me any one on one time together
Very good. No complaints.
Ever thing has gone fine. From the first beginning.
I first saw the nurse, waited about 10 min and another person came in and I didn't know who he was. Since this was the first time I had been there I didn't know if he was Dr Scott or who. I looked at his name plate to find out who he was.
Always had very good experience with my care provider
Dr. Scott is an EXCELLENT physician.
Dr Scott is great
I have been pleased with all care there.
Dr.Scott is bright and cares about me as a person and i feel good about the condition im currently in.
Very thorough, compassionate & relatable.
could not be better
I consider Dr. Scott to be an outstanding physician and I anticipate an excellent surgical experience with him on Jan. 20, 2016.
I had seen another doctor with another practice in town and he was more interested in running expensive tests and repeat appointments. Dr. Scott took x-rays and discussed my options with me to the fullest. He and his PA were excellent throughout my visit were as the other doctor just wanted to get extra tests and move on quickly.