George  Gendy, MD Independent Medical Examiner

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Specialty 1: Orthopedic Surgery

Specialty 2: Podiatry - Podiatric Surgery

Specialty Focus: General Orthopedic Surgery Orthopedic Surgery Trauma Hand Surgery Podiatry Surgery Foot and Ankle Surgery Sports Surgery Arthroscopy

Medical School: University of Wisconsin Madison

License(s): Arizona, Utah, California, Washington, Wisconsin

Years in Practice: 6

Experience:
  • 2 years performing IMEs
  • 200 IMEs performed
  • Deposed/Testified 2 times

IME Certification: AAOS

IME Training: AAOS


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George Gendy, MD is a board certified fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon whose practice includes but is not limited to foot and ankle surgery and general orthopedic surgery. Dr. Gendy completed his Foot and Ankle Orthopedic Fellowship with UC San Francisco’s world renowned Prof. Roger Mann, MD, the lead FDA investigator for the STAR total ankle replacement and creator to one of the most successful corrective bunion surgeries. He then received a research grant and concluded his training with an unparalleled international and domestic orthopedic traveling fellowship in Switzerland, Germany, Duke University, and the Steadman Clinic to name a few. Dr. George Gendy has had extensive training in treating many athletes on the professional, collegiate, and high school level. He is one of a few Orthopedic Surgeons to offer total ankle replacement as a viable alternative to ankle fusions. He is dedicated to providing comprehensive foot and ankle care to his patients from the toenail on up. Dr. Gendy enjoys treating all podiatric disorders including bunions, hammer toes, painful flatfeet, Achilles tendon rupture, Morton’s neuroma, foot and ankle fractures and many more. Dr. Gendy is recognized as an expert in his practice. Patients often seek him out for second opinions and approximately one-third of his surgical practice involves revision surgery. Dr. Gendy is an active member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (AOFAS), and the Western Orthopedic Association (WOA).