Dr. Mathias Bostrom, MD, is a specialist in hip and knee surgery, especially in complex reconstructions and the treatment of musculoskeletal infections. He enjoys the challenges, intellectual and physical, of difficult and complex cases. He is expert in merging old and new technologies, including alternative bearings for younger patients: ceramic, metal, and plastic, where they are appropriate.
Dr. Bostrom is particularly sensitive to the quality of bone healing and strength. His research focuses on enhancing bone formation, bone regeneration, bone and cartilage healing, and bone biology. He is the author of over 60 journal articles and book chapters. He is a member of numerous prestigious academic orthopedic societies such as the Hip Society, Orthopaedic Research Society, and International Society for Fracture Repair. In addition, he serves as a member of several review panels, including the Musculoskeletal tissue engineering study section of the National Institute of Health.
Dr. Bostrom received his education and training at the University of Virginia and Johns Hopkins. After completing his residency and two fellowships at Hospital for Special Surgery and New York Hospital – Cornell Medical Center, he started his orthopedic practice at Hospital for Special Surgery in 1996.