Hal David Martin, DO is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in sport medicine/hip disorders. He received his medical degree from Oklahoma State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Tulsa, OK. Dr. Martin completed his postdoctoral training at the following institutions: One year Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Sports Medicine/Hip Disorders, Ilizarov Fellowship, Lecco Italy, Orthopedic Surgery Intern/Resident, Doctor's Hospital, Ohio University, Columbus, Ohio. He also served as an Orthopedic Surgery Resident with Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio and Boston Children's Hospital, Boston Massachusetts. Dr. Martin is a national and international lecturer and has written numerous book chapters and articles on the hip. He has served on many faculties as an instructor on sports medicine, hip pathology, disorders and hip arthroscopy. Hal David Martin, DO is the Medical and Research Director of the Hip Preservation Center at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas. He is a respected surgeon dedicated to delivering quality care to patients suffering with hip pain.