175 Cambridge Street, Suite 400, Boston, MA 02114 (617) 643-4796 (617) 643-7908

Meet Dr. Martin

Dr. Martin is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Harvard Medical School and is Board-Certified in Orthopedic Surgery. He is a member of the Sports Medicine Service, the Director of the Joint Preservation Service, and Director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Dr. Martin has been named one of the top 100 doctors by Boston Magazine numerous times and has received the prestigious Golden Apple Teaching Award. He was also awarded the Distinguished Clinician Award by Harvard Medical School.

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25 + Years Experience
500 + Surgeries Per Year
150 + Academic Papers


Sports Medicine

Comprehensive Care for Sports Related Injuries



Innovative Techniques


Joint Replacement

To relieve symptoms of a progressively worsening joint


Looking Towards The Future

The main goals of joint preservation research are to heal damaged tissues and reverse joint degradation.

Dr. Martin’s Team

Sean Andrew, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Sean  spent several years working in general orthopedics before Joining Dr. Martin’s Team in the Massachusetts General Hospital Sports Medicine Division.

Monica LaHair

Office Manager / Assistant

Monica has been Dr. Martin’s scheduling assistant for over 10 years. She is happy to assist with any questions concerning Dr. Martin’s practice.

Nathan Cherian, MD

Sports Medicine and Joint Reconstruction Research Fellow

Nathan’s passion for the operating room began in medical school and was further bolstered by his clinical research experiences.

Kaveh Torabian, MS

Research Assistant

Kaveh’s interest in orthopedics stems from his days as an athlete and his research experience in biomechanics. 

Michael Dean, BA

Research Assistant

Michael hopes begin medical school in 2023, when he’ll continue conducting research related to patient outcomes, orthobiologics, and cost analyses.

Kieran Dowley, BA

Research Assistant

Kieran’s interest in joining Dr. Martin’s research team stems from his life-long aspiration to become a sports medicine physician.

Zachary LaPorte, BA

Research Assistant

Zachary is currently applying to medical school and plans to work with the Dr. Scott Martin Research Team during his gap year.

What Patients Say


I have had a couple of surgeries and a few procedures with Dr. Martin and he is amazing. His whole staff is great and extremely helpful. I have had to wait on occasion but when I got in they took their time and didn’t rush me. I was included in the discussion of what should be done.

Linda Schillberg, Google.com

Amazing, thoughtful physician who takes the time with his patients and takes a very conservative approach re: surgery.

Nancy Barrett, Google.com

I am now 6 mos post arthroscopy for 2 torn cartilages. Dr Martin has been excellent from start to finish. I feel so lucky to have had him as my surgeon. My knee feels normal.

Self-Verified Patient, Vitals.com

In the News

Recent Publication: Accelerated Versus Standard Physical Therapy in Patients with Transtendinous Rotator Cuff Repair: A Propensity-Matched Cohort Study

Accelerated PT following transtendinous RCR is associated with significant improvement in AROM at 6 weeks and 3 months postoperatively. Further,...

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Significant Publication: Functional Outcomes of Arthroscopic Acetabular Labral Repair with and without Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate

Patients with moderate cartilage injury undergoing arthroscopic acetabular labral repair with BMAC application reported significantly greater functional improvements when compared...

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Significant Publication: Hip Arthroscopy Versus Physical Therapy for the Treatment of Symptomatic Acetabular Labral Tears in Patients Older Than 40 Years: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Our research concluded that in patients older than 40 years with limited osteoarthritis, arthroscopic acetabular labral repair with postoperative physical...

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