Vasilios Mathews, M.D
Vasilios Mathews, M.D., specializes in joint replacement surgery, including surgery via minimally-invasive joint replacement techniques. Dr. Mathews has extensive experience with bone-sparing procedures, including partial knee replacement and hip resurfacing, as well as with the newest innovative techniques, including anterior hip replacements and the use of low-wear joint replacements. His specialization also includes revision of certain failed prior hip surgeries and prior knee surgery, and failed knee replacements.
Dr. Mathews is a member of Fondren Orthopedic Group and practices at Texas Orthopedic Hospital. He is proud to offer his care entirely by himself, including daily rounds and direct patient care.
A native of Connecticut, Dr. Mathews obtained his medical degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York. He began his postgraduate training at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York where he was named Chief Orthopedic Surgery Resident. Dr. Mathews completed his fellowship training at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, where he specialized in adult lower extremity reconstruction.
Dr. Mathews has many publications and presentations to his credit. He is a member of: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, Houston Orthopedic Society.
He is excited to be joining the Arthritis Foundation as the 2019 Medical Honoree to support the organization’s efforts, which directly impact his patients. Dr. Mathews himself has had his hip replaced for arthritis and is able to empathize with those suffering from the daily pain of their joint disease.
Join Dr. Mathews in supporting the Walk to Cure Arthritis, and help him reach his $10,000 goal.