Board Certified and Fellowship Trained Orthopaedic Hip Surgeon
Treating hip and orthopedic conditions for three decades
Hip Preservation Center patients, thank you for the opportunity to assist in your care. The hip is critical to daily function and activity, which keeps us healthy and strong.
The new leadership in hip and sports medicine in Dallas and region will allow me to step aside after 48 years in healthcare, 36 years in orthopedic surgery. I will retire from active orthopedic practice to focus on consultation, research and education beginning 7/31/2022.
Hip diseases are treated and not cured, requiring long term follow up and care. Please, keep up the commitment to hip health in mind, body and spirit to achieve and maintain wellbeing and function. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve.
For established patients, correspondence will be sent in the near future to help guide future care.
Hal David Martin, DO
Hal David Martin, DO is an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in sport medicine/hip disorders. He received his medical degree from Oklahoma State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Tulsa, OK. Dr. Martin completed his postdoctoral training at the following institutions: One year Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Sports Medicine/Hip Disorders...
This visit was absolutely wonderful. Dr. Martin and his staff were friendly, took their time with me and made me feel hopeful.
Dr. Martin was very caring and knowledgeable. He took his time to get to know me and explain what was going on with my hip.
Very knowledgeable, helpful and kind.
Dr. Martin and his staff are exceptional and are extremely helpful, knowledgeable and caring. I would and have recommended him for care.
Dr. Martin and team provided Class A care and service from the outset of our relationship. Considering I am an out of state patient with travel, lodging and temporary home health care assistance, they made scheduling of all appointments with Dr. Martin and all other providers seamless. VERY impresse...
Femoral Derotation Osteotomy Improves Hip and Spine Function in Patients With Increased or Decreased Femoral Torsion.
Hal D. Martin - Arthroscopy. 2021 Jan 1
Anteroinferior Hip Instability in Flexion During Dynamic Arthroscopic Examination Is Associated With Abnormal Anterior Acetabular Horn.
Hal D. Martin - Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. 2020 Dec 18
Spinopelvic Parameters Do Not Predict the Sagittal Orientation of the Acetabulum.
Hal D. Martin - Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine. 2020 Oct 14