Scott D. Martin, M.D.
Chief Medical Director
Dr. Martin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the Brigham & Women's Hospital, a Harvard Medical School teaching affiliate. He is also the Fellowship Director of Brigham and Women's Sports Medicine Fellowship.
He has received the prestigious Golden Apple Teaching Award, voted on by the graduating resident class, for "contributing the most to resident education and providing inspirational leadership through outstanding dedication to patient care".
Dr. Martin has also been named one of top 100 doctors by the Boston Magazine numerous times.
His specialties include Sports Medicine, Arthroscopic Surgery, Hip, Shoulder, Knee and Elbow, Joint Replacement, and Hip, Shoulder and Knee.
Dr. Martin is the head team physician for the New England Revolution, Major League Soccer Team and Bridgewater State College. He is a consultant for Wheelock College and Wellesley College.
Luke Oh, M.D.
Dr. Luke Oh is an attending orthopaedic surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital and has a faculty appointment at Harvard Medical School. He is also the Program Director of the MGH/Harvard Sports Medicine Fellowship. Dr. Oh specializes in complex reconstruction and advanced arthroscopic procedures of the shoulder, elbow and knee. He is a team physician for the New England Revolution and the Boston Red Sox, and orthopaedic consultant for the New England Patriots, Boston Bruins and Harvard University Athletics.
Dr. Oh received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University and his medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society and awarded the Michael J. Caruso Humanitarian Award. Dr. Oh completed his residency at the Hospital for Special Surgery and was awarded the Jean C. McDaniel Resident Teaching and Leadership Award.
Dr. Oh completed three accredited fellowships. His first was in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School where he developed proficiency in advanced shoulder and knee arthroscopy and obtained experience in the care of professional and elite athletes. The second fellowship was in Elbow and Shoulder Surgery at the Mayo Clinic where he developed expertise in advanced elbow arthroscopy and complex reconstructive surgery of the shoulder and elbow. The third was an apprenticeship with Dr. James Andrews at the American Sports Medicine Institute.
His research initiatives have received national recognition. In 2010, Dr. Oh was the recipient of the Melvin Post Award for Excellence in Clinical Research from the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons for a study conducted on the outcomes and complications associated with revision total elbow replacement. In 2009, he was a member of the MGH research team that received the O'Donoghue Sports Injury Award (Best Research in Sports Medicine) from the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine for a biomechanical investigation of ligament injuries in the knee and the effect of subsequent surgical reconstruction on knee joint function.
Dr. Oh had previously been identified as an Emerging Leader by the American Orthopaedic Association and was one of 15 individuals selected nationally for participation in the Clinician-Scientist Development Program sponsored by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Orthopaedic Research and Education Foundation, and Orthopaedic Research Society.