About Us

Mark Campbell, MD

Knee, Foot and Ankle Specialist at The CORE Institute®

headshot campbell1Mark D. Campbell, MD, is a board certified and fellowship-trained knee surgery specialist performing both partial and total knee arthroplasty, with subspecialty training in sports medicine as well as complex reconstruction of the foot and ankle. Dr. Campbell also has extensive training and interest in adult reconstructive procedures.

Dr. Campbell completed his fellowship training in sports medicine as well as foot and ankle surgery at the Institute for Bone and Joint Disorders in Phoenix, AZ. Prior to that, he completed his orthopedic residency at the world renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.

Dr. Campbell earned his medical degree from Albany Medical College where he graduated first in his class, summa cum laude. He was inducted into the prestigious medical society, Alpha Omega Alpha and served as president. He obtained both his bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from the University of Oregon.

Dr. Campbell has been honored by his peers and was named PHOENIX Magazine’s Top Doctor in 2010. Throughout his training and career, Dr. Campbell has received numerous awards and achievements. Dr. Campbell is active in research, publishing and lecturing in the field of orthopedics and is a member of multiple medical organizations, including the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.

Research & Experience

Areas of Specialty

Knee, Foot and Ankle Surgery

Education and Training

Dual Fellowship
Institute for Bone and Joint Disorders
Phoenix, Arizona

Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Fellowship
H. Royer Collins, M.D., Edward D. Campbell, M.D.

Foot and Ankle Surgery Fellowship
Stanley C. Grave, M.D.

Department of Orthopedic Surgery
Mayo Graduate School of Medicine
Rochester, Minnesota

Medical Degree
Albany Medical College
Albany, New York
May 1995

Masters Degree
Biology/Genetics; University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon
August 1991

Bachelor's Degree
Biology University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon
June 1989

U.S. Certification and Licensure

Board Certified, American Board of Orthopedic Surgery
Passed Part I: July 2000
Passed Part II: July 2003
Fellow; American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery


Spring Training Orthopedic Surgeon, Texas Rangers MLB

Attending Orthopedic Surgeon
Longview Orthopedic Associates
Longview, Washington

Lead Orthopedic Surgeon, Babe Ruth World Series
Longview, Washington

2002 Series
2004 Series
Orthopedic Coverage

Lower Columbia College
Multiple High School Coverage

Honors and Awards

Administrative Chief Resident
Mayo Clinic, Dept. of Orthopedic Surgery

Searle Traveling Fellow Grant
Mid-America Orthopaedic Association

The Outstanding Resident Presentation Award
Minnesota Orthopedic Society
Annual meeting of the Minnesota Orthopedic Society
May 1998

The Department of Orthopedic Surgery Faculty Research Award
Mark B. Coventry Clinical Research Competition
Mayo Foundation
June 1998; June 1999

Graduated first in class, Summa Cum Laude
Albany Medical College
May 1995

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
Elected Junior Year

President, Theta Chapter
Alpha Omega Alpha

The Arthur Knudsen Prize in Biochemistry
Albany Medical College
May 1993

The Daggett Prize in the Anatomies
Albany Medical College
May 1993

Dean's Letter for Academic Excellence
Albany Medical College
1992, 1993, 1994, 1995

Asklepiads Pre-Medical Honor Society
University of Oregon

Phi Kappa Psi Academic Honors
University of Oregon

Pre-Major Academic Honor List
University of Oregon

Research and Publications

Salvage of Intraarticular Bone During Endoscopic ACL Reconstruction.
Campbell, M.D, Dahm, DL and Torchia, ME
Report of a new technique; In Progress
Presented Mid-America Orthopedic Conference,
April 26-30, 2000

Femoral Component Failure in Hybrid Total Knee Arthroplasty.
Campbell, MD, Duffy, G and Trousdale, RT
CORR, Number 356, pp 58-65

Presented at the Knee Society Meeting at the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1998

Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Minnesota Orthopedic Society, May 9,1998
Polyarticular Blastomycotic Arthritis.
Abril A., Campbell, MD., et al
Journal of Rheumatology. 25(5):1019-21
May 1998

Hamate fracture-dislocation: a case report.
Uhl RL., Campbell, MD
Journal of Hand Surgery, American Volume. 20(1):578-80
July 1995

Outcome study: Comparison of patients who have gone through a recently implemented Clinical Pathway for THA, with patients not going through the pathway.
Campbell MD. Glockner F
Stratton Veteran Affairs Medical Center, Albany, New York
Continuing investigation

Genetic Coordination of Diapause in the Pitcher plant Mosquito, Wyeomyia smithii (Diptera:Culicidae), Annals of the entomological.
Campbell MD, Bradshaw, W
Society of America 85(4):445-451 (1992)
Presented for Masters Final Oral Defense, August 14, 1991, University of Oregon

Current Projects

Investigation of total knee arthroplasty surgical approaches on functional, daily activities: a quanitative assessment of gait, sit-to-stand activities and stair climbing
David J Jacofsky, MD; M. Wade Shrader, MD; Mark D Campbell, MD; Kristine Csavina, PhD

Investigation of unicompartmental knee arthroplasty: a quantitative assessment of gait, sit-to-stand activities and stair climbing
David J Jacofsky, MD; M. Wade Shrader, MD; Mark D Campbell, MD; Kristine Csavina, PhD

Resumption of Driving: The Effects of Total Knee Arthroplasty Surgical Approaches
David J Jacofsky, MD; M. Wade Shrader, MD; Mark D Campbell, MD; Kristine Csavina, PhD


Common Disorders of the Foot and Ankle
Springfest Luncheon, Del Webb Memorial Hospital
Monday April 4, 2005

Discussion of Orthopedic Conditions
Sun Health Communications, Doctor on Call
Thursday April 7, 2005

Minimally Invasive Total Knee Arthroplasty with the Use of Computer Navigation Assistance
Northern Trust Community Talk
Tuesday April 26, 2005

Common Disorders of the Shoulder
Boswell Memorial Hall
Friday April 29, 2005

Complex Reconstruction of the Foot and Ankle
Community Education Center, Del Webb Memorial Hospital
Tuesday May 10, 2005

Womens Education, Del Webb Memorial Hospital
Thursday May 12, 2005

New Advances in Total Knee Arthroplasty
Friday June 10, 2005

Minimally Invasive Total Knee Arthroplasty with the Use of Computer Navigation Assistance
Valley of the Sun Transcription Chapter
Saturday June 11, 2005

Thromboprophalaxis in Orthopedic Surgery
Hospitalist Group, Boswell Memorial Hospital
Wednesday July 13, 2005

New Advances in Joint Replacement
Arthritis Foundation
Wednesday August 30, 2005

Advances in Locked Plating
Faculty Instructor
November 2005

Prevention of Fractures due to Osteoporosis
Women's Education, Del Webb Memorial Hospital
November 2005

Treatment of Knee DJD, Matching Options to Disease Severity
AZ Chapter Rotary Club, Sun City West, AZ
January 2006

What's New in Knee Replacement Surgery
American Lutheran Church of Sun City
Februrary 2006

Computer Assisted Surgery Focus on Knee Replacement
AZHIMA, Boswell Memorial Hospital
Friday, March 17, 2006

Treatment of Complex Foot and Ankle Problems
Sun Health Community Education
April 2006

National Resident Arthroplasty Course
Memphis, Tennessee
May 2006

Knee Arthritis Program
Arrowhead Health at the Vistas Glendale, AZ
June 20, 2006

Knee Program
Union Hills Country Club, Arrowhead Health Knee Program
August 21, 2006

Balancing the Total Knee Flexion/Extension/Varus/Valgus
Faculty, Annual Resident Symposium
San Francisco, CA
October 13-14, 2006

How To Sell To An Orthopedic Surgeon
Stryker Regional Sales Meeting
Denver, CO
May 18, 2006

Navigation Training Course for Total Joint Arthroplasty
Las Vegas, NV
August 26, 2006

Use of Navigation in Total Knee Arthroplasty
Faculty, Minimally Invasive Orthopedic Solution Conference
Scottsdale, AZ
January 26-27, 2007

Roll of Posterior Cruciate Ligament in Total Knee Arthroplasty
Faculty, 4th Annual Resident Reconstruction Conference
Memphis, TN
May 5, 2007

Management of Bone Loss in Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty
Faculty, 4th Annual Resident Reconstruction Conference
Memphis, TN
May 5, 2007

Diagnosis and Treatment of Foot & Ankle Disorders
Faculty, CME Lecture Series to Primary Care Physicians
Sun City West, AZ
May 12, 2007

The CORE Institute Big on Bones Community Lecture. Minimally Invasive Total Knee Replacements, Medisun Health Fair, October 2008.

The CORE Institute Big on Bones Community Lecture. Advancements in Knee Replacement. Sun City West Rotary Club, December 2009.

The CORE Institute Big on Bones Community Lecture. Osteoarthritis of the Hip & Knee. Grandview Terrace, May 2010.

The CORE Institute Big on Bones Community Lecture. Joint Pain & Treatment Options. Corta Bella, March 2011.

The CORE Institute Lecture Program. Common Disorders of Foot & Ankle, Banner Olive Branch Senior Center, May 2011.

Residency and Medical School Involvement

Assistant Team Physician
Rochester Skeeters
International Basketball Association
November 1998 - March 2000

Orthopaedic Education Committee
Mayo Clinic

Orthopaedic Nursing Practice Committee
Mayo Clinic

Athletic Committee Chairman
Albany Medical College

Student Support Committee
Albany Medical College

Tutoring students in Biochemistry and Physiology
Albany Medical College

Employment Experience

Critical Care Technician, Surgical Intensive Care Unit
Albany Medical Center Hospital
June-September 1992

Graduate Teaching Fellow
University of Oregon, Department of Biology (Core Biology, Eukaryotic Cell Biology, Vertebrate Anatomy and Embryology, Evolution and Ecology, Marine Biology)

Medical License and Medical Societies

 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Fellow American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Washington State Medical License
Minnesota State Medical License
Arizona State Medical License
American Medical Association, 1992 to the present
Washington State Medical Association, 2001 to the present
Arthroscopy Association of North America
American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society
Associate Fellow American College of Surgeons
Mayo Alumni Association