James W. Brodsky, MD
James W. Brodsky, MD, is the consummate orthopaedic surgeon. An enduring leader in orthopaedic foot and ankle surgery, he has worked tirelessly to advance our understanding of complex pathology from Charcot arthropathy to total ankle arthroplasty. Ever
ready with a clever witticism, he always stimulates his fellows and colleagues to ask the tough questions and seek the tougher answers. Above all, Dr. Brodsky is a teacher, leading by example and inspiring those around him to be better.
Dr. Brodsky founded the Baylor Foot and Ankle Fellowship nearly three decades ago and remains its driving force. He has mentored more than 70 clinical fellows along with a host of international researchers and guests. Dr. Brodsky served as president of
the AOFAS in 2005-06 and continues to be a leader in the Society.
Dr. Brodsky will be honored as Pillar of the Society at AOFAS Annual Meeting 2021 in Charlotte, North Carolina, September 22-25.Make a Gift in Dr. Brodsky's Honor