Dr. Brian D. Mulliken’s orthopaedic interests include total joint replacement and general orthopaedics.
After graduating from the University of Illinois with a B.S. degree, Dr. Mulliken received his M.D. from Johns Hopkins Medical School. He completed his post-graduate surgical training at the University of Iowa and the University of Western Ontario. Dr. Mulliken is fellowship trained in joint reconstructive surgery.
The following publications feature Dr. Mulliken:
News & Notes
Back in the Game: Former Baltimore Oriole, Paul Blair, has a new hip and a strong swing.
Hip replacement allows former Baltimore Oriole to pursue his current passion
May 2011 — Former Oriole Paul Blair has a new hip and a strong swing. Hip replacement allows former Oriole to pursue his current passion. Paul Blair, Baltimore Orioles’ outfielder from 1964-1976 and eight-time Golden Glove winner, jokes that he feels “36 years old again.” The professional athlete can be found most days pursuing his passion for golf. But for a year, he lived with the daily pain of arthritis in his hip that crimped his golf game. Read MORE…
Happy Trails for Hiker… After Rotating Knee Replacement
“It’s as if I have my own natural knee.” – John Hatch
John Hatch: Dr. Mulliken’s patient, Knee Replacement
“If people tell John Hatch to, ‘Take a hike’, he is more than happy to–especially because he can. Two years ago, the avid hiker, who leads major Boy Scout expeditions and gives lessons at REI, had trouble even walking from his house to his mailbox…” Read MORE…