Dr. Joshua Campbell is a total joint specialist with fellowship training in complex primary and revision total hip and knee arthroplasty as well as hip arthroscopy. He specializes in both primary and revision hip and knee replacements, as well as treatment of FAI and labral tears of the hip. He completed his residency at Cedar Sinai Los Angeles and went on to obtain a fellowship at University of Minnesota in Adult Reconstruction. During his training at Cedar Sinai, Dr. Campbell was elected chief resident by his peers and was awarded the Leo G. Rigler Award for academic excellence.
In his training Dr. Campbell took a special interest in less invasive hip surgery and has published papers and presented data at national meetings on the topic. He performs a direct superior approach total hip, which may allow for improved early recovery as compared to more traditional approaches. He joined the GW Medical Faculty Associates after several years in private practice to continue his research interests in less invasive total hip arthroplasty, and to train junior surgeons how to perform Direct Superior total hip arthroplasty
Dr. Campbell’s interest in orthopedics developed from an early interest in musculoskeletal pathology stemming from an active lifestyle in sports and fitness. He was drawn to his specialty by the high level of patient satisfaction that can be achieved with well performed joint replacements, and the ability to restore patients to their active lives. In his spare time he likes to lift weights, run, golf, cook and spend time with his wife and rescue dog.