Daniel Berry MD
Orthopaedic Surgeon - Adult Reconstruction Specialty
Orthopaedic Surgeon - Private
Primary Practice: Mayo Clinic Hospital

Clinical Expertise

Femoral osteotomy Hip replacement Joint replacement revision Knee osteotomy Knee replacement Periacetabular osteotomy Primary hip and knee replacements Revision hip and knee replacements Osteotomies about hip and knee


Daniel J. Berry, M.D., is an orthopedic surgeon with a lifelong commitment to research that improves the outcomes, quality, reliability and durability of hip and knee replacements. Dr. Berry's research uses data from numerous sources, including electronic health records, disease-specific registries and national data repositories. Dr. Berry has published more than 300 peer-reviewed articles on a broad spectrum of topics in hip and knee replacement, including long-term outcomes and incidence and management of common complications — such as infection, joint instability and fractures around joint replacements. Additional published research addresses surgical techniques to manage complex hip and knee replacements and revision hip and knee replacement problems. He is also the editor of eight textbooks on hip and knee replacement. Dr. Berry has been involved in numerous national health policy initiatives, including helping to found and develop the American Joint Replacement Registry. Dr. Berry is the director of the Core Center for Clinical Research in Total Joint Arthroplasty (CORE-TJA) at Mayo Clinic, which is funded by a National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases P30 grant. The center provides access to state-of-the-art methodological expertise, education and big data resources to accelerate methodologically rigorous clinical research that will directly improve the care and outcomes of patients receiving hip and knee replacements.
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Primary Practice

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Primary practice
Mayo Clinic Hospital

Education & Training

Harvard Fifth Surgical Service, New England Deaconess Hospital

Meeting Faculty