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Benjamin A. McArthur, M.D.


Baylor College of Medicine


Hospital for Special Surgery

Fellowship, Adult Lower Extremity Reconstruction
Mayo Clinic


Benjamin McArthur is an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery and Perioperative Care and a member of Texas Orthopedics, Sports and Rehabilitation Associates. He also serves as the arthroplasty rotation director for the orthopaedic surgery residency.

Clinically, he specializes in treatment of hip and knee arthritis including both primary and revision joint replacement surgery. He has a special interest in joint preservation surgeries of the hip including femoral and periacetabular osteotomies.

After receiving his undergraduate degree from Rice University, he attended medical school at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He completed his residency at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City and his fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, in 2014.

Before moving to Austin, McArthur practiced for three years in Washington, D.C., as a member of Washington Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. During this time he worked with residents of the George Washington University orthopaedic department at Sibley Memorial Hospital and began his research with the Johns Hopkins University applied physics department evaluating the use of computer-assisted navigation in periacetabular osteotomy surgery.