David F. Dalury, M.D.
The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery Features Prehabilitation Study
The October 1st issue of The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery features a study of physical therapy before joint replacement surgery and found that “prehabilitation” can diminish the need for postoperative care and save on costs. OrthoSpineNews from the AAOS reported on this study of 4,733 THR and TKR patients, and said, “Approximately 77 percent of patients utilized care services following surgery. After adjusting for demographic characteristics and comorbidities (other conditions), patients receiving preoperative physical therapy showed a 29 percent reduction in postoperative care use.” Read More…
Baltimore Top Docs – April, 2014: Joint Surgery
April, 2014 — Towson Orthopaedic Associates is proud to announce that Dr. David Dalury has been named to the 2013-2014 Baltimore Top Doctors list. Having physicians named to this prestigious list is a reflection of the quality of care provided by the entire practice.
U.S. News and World Report
May 2013 — It’s been announced by U.S. News and World Report that Dr. David Dalury has been named in the nation’s TOP 10% by a peer nomination process.
125 Outstanding Knee Surgeons
January 2012– Chicago: Becker’s Orthopedic, Spine & Pain Management Review recently released the “125 Outstanding Knee Surgeons,” which includes David F. Dalury, M.D. Members of the list were selected for their positions held at top orthopedic institutions, affiliation with professional organizations and contributions to the field of knee surgery. The list was created as a result of extensive research and recommendations from around the country from some of the most well-respected knee surgeons in America. All surgeons included on the list were trained at top medical schools and often completed knee and sports medicine fellowships at world-renowned institutions. Many of them are also team physicians for professional athletic organizations and have produced nationally recognized research. Read MORE…
Dr. Dalury Inducted in the Healing Hands Guild
June 2013 — Dr. David Dalury
Dr. David Dalury was a member of the Inaugural Class of 2013 Inductees of the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center Healing Hands Guild. Physicians are selected for their personal leadership and dedication to UM St. Joseph Medical Center and commitment to clinical excellence and innovation. Read MORE…
New Study Published by the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery
August 2013 – Dr. David Dalury
The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (JBJS) published a new study on the social and economic value of total knee arthroplasty. This is the first of five studies funded by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) as part of the A Nation Motion® campaign. Read More…
UM SJMC Named a Top 25 Hospital Nationwide for Knee Revision
Summer, 2013 – According to Orthopedics This Week, UM St. Joseph Medical Center (UM SJMC) ranked as one of the top 25 hospitals nationally for knee revision. UM SJMC was recognized for delivering high rates of care at reasonable prices. Read More…
Spring, 2013 — An orthopaedic team from the United States, including Dr. David Dalury is scheduled to participate in their fifth mission to Hospital General Plaza de la Salud in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
The volunteer collaboration between medical professionals in the United States and the Dominican Republic is expected to provide more joint replacements than ever before for patients in need. Read More…
University of Maryland St Joseph Medical Center’s Dr. David Dalury
Maryland’s Health Matters: University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center
March 2013 – Smooth Sailing, Will Baker, patient of Dr. David Dalury returns to protecting the bay within weeks of hip replacement surgery.
“According to an article published in The Lancet, hip replacement is the single greatest surgical procedure of the last century,” says David Dalury, MD, a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon and chief of Orthopaedics at UM-St. Joseph Medical Center. Dr. Dalury has performed hundreds of hip replacements during his career.
Research, Current Studies
Dr. Dalury is very interested in medical research. He maintains a database that stores information about the implants that he uses. Regular periodic X-ray examination is important to monitor the prosthesis’ fixation, and potential wear of the plastic and metal articulations. These X-rays enable Dr. Dalury to compare to the previous ones and check outcomes of the total joint replacement. Dr. Dalury recommends follow-up examinations at approximately six weeks postoperatively, followed by approximately twelve weeks, one year and then every two to three years. This information is strictly confidential and, as with all medical records, is never shared without your permission. You may be approached, on occasion by Dr. Dalury and his staff, to participate in specific research studies. These studies are strictly voluntary. They follow specific and strict guidelines and protocols, and will require your informed consent if you decide to participate.
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Head of AAHKS Patient Education Committee
Clinical Professor of Orthopaedics at University of Maryland Medicine 2013
Adult Reconstruction Knee Program Subcommittee, 2008 to 2011
Johns Hopkins University, Assistant Professor, Orthopaedic Surgery, 1992
University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center, Associate Medical Staff, Department of Surgery, Division of Orthopaedics, December 1990
Chief, Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center, 2003 to present
Chief, Adult Reconstructive Surgery, University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center, 1995 to present
Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Associate Staff, Department of Surgery
Division of Orthopaedic Surgery, September 1991
Children’s Hospital, Active, Orthopaedic Staff, January 1991
The Children’s Hospital & Center for Reconstructive Surgery, Inc., Chief of Orthopaedics, 1993-1996
Professional Organization Memberships