Edward Silverman, M.D.Board Certified Orthopaedic SurgeonHip and Knee Joint Reconstruction
I was born and raised in Reading, Pennsylvania. I studied Biology with a focus on vertebrate physiology in the Schreyer Honors College at the Pennsylvania State University. While attending medical school at George Washington University, I focused on orthopaedics and musculoskeletal health. I was accepted into Jackson Memorial Hospital and the University of Miami for my orthopaedic surgery residency training. At Jackson, I was extensively trained in all of orthopaedics with a focus in orthopaedic trauma, sports and joint replacement. I was especially interested in joint replacement because of its ability to dramatically transform patients’ lives for the better. Arthroplasty (joint replacement) surgery is one of the best surgeries being performed in all of medicine because of its positive impact on a patient’s mobility, pain and quality of life.
After my residency training, I completed a fellowship in adult reconstruction (joint replacements) at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Where I was able to train with the leaders in the field of adult reconstruction and gained experience in minimally invasive hip and knee replacements, partial and total knee replacements, complex joint replacements, revision procedures, fractures around joint replacements and management of infected joint replacements.
I consider myself blessed that I, along with my wife and three young children, have developed a practice in robotic total joint reconstruction at Mercy Hospital. In my spare time I enjoy college football, boating, fishing, and spear fishing.
Dr. Edward Silverman Explains the Benefits of Minimally-Invasive Robotic Surgery
Schreyer Honors College at the Pennsylvania State University(2002-2006)
George Washington University School of Medicine(2006-2010)
Orthopaedic Surgery Internship – Jackson Memorial Hospital / University of Miami(2010-2011)
Orthopaedic Surgery Residency – Jackson Memorial Hospital / University of Miami(2011-2015)
Orthopaedic Adult Reconstruction Fellowship (hip and knee replacements) – The University of Pennsylvania Health System(2015-2016)
Penn State Undergraduate Research Exhibition – Best overall presentation(2002)
Alpha-Omega-Alpha medical honor society
Silverman E, Tosi L. Vitamin D and Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis at Children’s National Medical Center. Presented at GW Research Day (2008, 2009) as well as CNMC Research Day.
Silverman E, Landy D, Robinson R. The effect of liquid versus dough phase cementation on cement penetration in the tibial component in total knee arthroplasty.Presented October, 2013 at the Eastern Orthopaedic Association annual meeting.
Silverman E, Landy D, Massel D, Latta L, Robinson R. The effect of viscosity on cement penetration in total knee arthroplasty, an application of the squeeze film effect.Presented March, 2014 at the Orthopaedic Research Society annual meeting.
Jose J, Smith MK, Silverman E, Lesniak BP, Kaplan LD. Stress injuries of the ischiopubic synchondrosis. American Journal of Orthopaedics. 2013; 42(3): 127-129.
Silverman E, Landy D, Massel D, Latta L, Robinson R. The effect of viscosity on cement penetration in total knee arthroplasty, an application of the squeeze film effect. The Journal of Arthroplasty. 2014; 29(10): 2039-2042.
Jongejans E, Silverman E, Skarpaas O, Shea K. Post-dispersal seed removal of Carcuus nutans and C. acanthoides by insects and small mammals. Ecological Research. 2015; 30: 173-180.
Silverman E, Ashley B, Sheth NP. Metal-on-Metal Total Hip Arthroplasty: Is There Still a Role in 2016? Current Reviews in Musculoskeletal Medicine (Published online January 20,2016)
Silverman E, Ghandi R, Courtney P, Lee GC. How Many Cultures are Necessary to Identify Pathogens in the Management of Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty (THA/TKA) Infections? Work in progress.