George Muschler

Dr. George Muschler, MD

About the Doctor

George Muschler, MD, is a venerated surgeon and researcher in the orthopaedic field, particularly renowned for his contributions to reconstructive surgery and tissue engineering. His tenure at the Cleveland Clinic's Department of Orthopaedic Surgery began in 1988, and since then, he has earned both regional and national accolades for his expertise in arthritis surgery, complex joint reconstructions, and the treatment of limb deformities. Internationally, Dr. Muschler is hailed for his advancements in skeletal reconstruction and bone regeneration.

Beyond his surgical acumen, Dr. Muschler is a key player in the Cleveland Clinic's research initiatives, particularly as Vice-Chairman of the Department of Biomedical Engineering. At the helm of the Bone Biology Laboratory, he steers groundbreaking research funded by the National Institutes of Health, focusing on tissue repair and the aging process in musculoskeletal conditions. His work transcends traditional practice, impacting the field with innovations in regenerative medicine and collaborative research that have established new therapies and treatment modalities. Dr. Muschler's leadership extends to the National Center for Regenerative Medicine, reflecting his commitment to advancing orthopaedic care and research on a broader scale.



Graduated School

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Specialization School

Frequently Asked Questions

  • In which specialty does Dr. George Muschler work?

    He works in the orthopaedic surgery department.

  • At which hospital does George Muschler work?

    Dr. George works at - Cleveland Clinic Main Campus

  • What diseases is Dr. George in?

    Dr. George specializes in diseases and treatments such as arthritis surgery, hip replacement, joint injections and arthritis, hip pain, osteoarthritis.

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