Aaron Brandt, M.D., is a pediatric orthopaedic surgeon specializing in general orthopaedics, hip conditions and traumatic injuries. He has expertise in treating children with hip dysplasia, limb deformities and fractures, as well as those with foot and ankle conditions. He is trained in joint preservation and limb reconstruction procedures.
Dr. Brandt graduated from the New York University Grossman School of Medicine, and completed a residency in orthopaedic surgery at the Carolinas Medical Center/OrthoCarolina in Charlotte. He received additional training in limb reconstruction with Atrium Health RESTORE Central America in Honduras, and completed a pediatric orthopaedic surgery fellowship at the Children’s Hospital Colorado in Denver.
During his training, Brandt received multiple awards, including a residency teaching award, Silberstein Foundation medical scholarship and the New York University Malcolm X/Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award.
Dr. Brandt’s research interests include improving outcomes in traumatic injuries, managing developmental conditions of the hip and lower extremities, and reducing health disparities. He also has a major interest in education and mentorship. He co-authored multiple research publications on these topics and presented his research at national conferences.