James Friedman

James Friedman, MD

James Friedman, MD is a fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon with a focus in knee, hip, shoulder, and elbow injury and injury prevention. His specific interests include hip arthroscopy, knee cartilage repair, ligament repair and reconstruction, and activity-related injury.

Dr. Friedman graduated from medical school at Duke University before completing orthopedic residency at the University of Pennsylvania where he completed an additional year of research in cartilage repair. He then went on to complete an orthopedic sports medicine and shoulder fellowship at UCSF. During fellowship, Dr Friedman served as an assistant team physician to the San Francisco Giants and the University of San Francisco NCAA Division 1 teams. Dr. Friedman has produced over 30 publications and presentations on knee cartilage repair, ACL reconstruction, and hip and knee surgical techniques and outcomes. He has also spent significant time learning surgical techniques in low resource areas both domestically and abroad including Haiti, Uganda, and Madagascar.

As an outdoor and sports enthusiast, Dr. Friedman understands the importance of maintaining an active lifestyle free from injury and pain. Dr. Friedman is passionate about injury prevention and seeks to maximize his patient’s ability to participate in the activities they enjoy. Dr. Friedman firmly believes that every patient is unique and tailors treatments to match each individual’s personal goals. Personally, Dr. Friedman enjoys spending time with his family outdoors including hiking, running, rock climbing, and snowboarding.

Jeffrey MacLean

Jeffrey MacLean

Jeffrey MacLean, MD is a specialist in Orthopaedic surgery with a focus in the treatment of traumatic conditions such as fractures, tendon ruptures, acute sports injuries, multi ligamentous knee injuries, pelvic and acetabular trauma.

Dr. MacLean comes from New England, where he was initially trained in Mechanical Engineering. While studying for his Masters Degree in BioMedical Engineering, he had the opportunity to work at the AO research institute in Davos Switzerland. This premier research center is where the modern practice of orthopaedic fracture care was invented. It was during this time that he decided to become an orthopaedic surgeon. He completed medical school at the University of Vermont and went on to do his orthopaedic surgery residency at the University of California San Francisco. After completing his residency, he pursued a trauma fellowship at Vanderbilt Medical Center which is one of the busiest trauma centers in the United States.

Dr. MacLean’s practice encompasses people of all ages including fractures in children, adults and in our aging population. He employs the latest evidenced based medicine in his treatment and has a strong emphasis on providing care tailored to each individual’s needs.

Dr. MacLean is a Member of the Orthopaedic Trauma Association, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) and is a board-eligible diplomate of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (ABOS).
 

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