Joshua Crum, M.D.
Dr. Joshua Crum is a fellowship trained, board certified Orthopedic surgeon who specializes in sports medicine. He is the team Orthopedic Surgeon for Texas State Athletics, and provides state-of-the art care for a wide variety of sports injuries.
Following medical school at the University of Minnesota, he completed Orthopedic residency at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. After his residency he spent an additional year in fellowship training with the renowned Dr. James Andrews, where he focused on the treatment of athletic injuries. During his fellowship he cared for athletes of all levels, and learned the most advanced methods and techniques to return athletes to their sport. He began practice in Texas in 2008.
Providing patient centered care with thoughtful diagnosis and legitimate treatment options are at the core of Dr. Crum’s medical practice.
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
Arthroscopy Association of North America
American Sports medicine Fellowship Society
Crum JA, LaPrade RF, Wentorf FA. The Anatomy of the Posterolateral Aspect of the Rabbit Knee. Journal of Orthopaedic Research 21(4): 723-729, 2003.
LaPrade RF, Wentorf FA, Crum JA. Assessment of Healing of Grade III Posterolateral Corner Injuries: an In Vivo Model. Journal of Orthopaedic Research 22(5): 970-5, 2004
Wills BPD, Crum JA, McCabe RP, Vanderby R, Ablove RH. The Effect of Metacarpal Shortening on Digital Flexion Force. Journal of Hand Surgery 38E: 667-672, 2013
Dugas, JR, Bilotta J, Watts CD, Crum JA, McMichael CS, Cain LE, Andrews JR. Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction with Gracilis Tendon in Athletes with Intra-ligamentous Bony Pathology: Technique and Results. Am J Sports Med. 40(7): 1578-82. 2012.