Dr. Schwartz, a native of North Jersey, graduated from Chicago Medical School after completing his undergraduate education at the University of Michigan. He then went on to do his orthopedic residency at JPS hospital in Fort Worth, Texas. An avid athlete himself, Dr. Schwartz then completed a sports medicine fellowship at Thomas Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia where he received extensive training in arthroscopic surgery of the knee and shoulder. While in fellowship Dr. Schwartz worked with professional and university level sports teams including the Philadelphia Eagles, Phillies, Sol, Wings, and St. Joseph’s University. Currently he acts as the team physician for Pottstown High School and Valley Forge Christian College in addition to treating injured athletes from many local elementary thru college level schools.
Dr. Schwartz joins the Pennsylvania Orthopedic Center in 2015 after spending the last 6 years practicing in Pottstown, Pa. He is currently on staff and operates at Pottstown Memorial Hospital, Phoenixville Hospital, and Paoli Hospital (as well as associated surgery centers). He will be seeing patients at the Collegeville, Phoenixville and Pottstown office locations. Dr. Schwartz is board certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery (ABOS) and a member of the AAOS.
Today Dr. Schwartz uses his expertise as an orthopedic surgeon to treat patients of all ages. Understanding the need for a quick and comprehensive recovery from injury, he uses the most advanced orthopedic techniques to treat a wide variety of general orthopedic injuries and fractures. He has a specialized interest in arthroscopic surgery of the knee and shoulder including tendon, ligament (ACL), and cartilage repair/reconstruction. Dr. Schwartz also performs joint replacement of the knee, hip, and shoulder.
Dr. Schwartz resides in the local community with his wife and three young sons.
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