Dr. Amir Khoshbin specializes in adult reconstructive surgery of the hip and knee, including minimally invasive Direct Anterior Hip Arthroplasty (DAA), primary & revision joint replacements, and complex lower extremity trauma.
He attended the University of Toronto for his undergraduate and medical education. Dr. Khoshbin completed his residency at the University of Toronto, where he was part of the Surgeon Scientist Program and received his Master of Science in clinical epidemiology.
After residency, Dr. Khoshbin completed an Orthopedic Trauma Association (OTA) fellowship in Trauma at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston. Thereafter, he completed a second fellowship in Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.
Dr. Amir Khoshbin joined St. Michael’s Hospital as an attending Orthopaedic Surgeon and as an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto and is currently accepting new patients.
Education / Training
Undergraduate: University of Toronto
Medical School: University of Toronto
Residency: University of Toronto (Surgeon Scientist Program / MSc)
Fellowship: Orthopedic Trauma
Harvard Medical School
Massachusetts General Hospital & Brigham and Women’s Hospital (MA)
Fellowship: Adult Reconstruction & Joint Replacement
Cornell Medical School
Hospital for Special Surgery (NY)
Areas of Specialty & Research Interests
- Minimally invasive Direct Anterior Hip Arthroplasty (DAA)
- Hip and Knee Joint Arthroplasty (Primary and Revision)
- Lower Extremity Trauma
- Clinical epidemiology
- Patient-reported outcome measures after total joint arthroplasty
- Predictors of complications of total joint arthroplasty
- Complications and outcomes following musculoskeletal trauma
We gratefully acknowledge the generous provision of funding support for the St. Michael’s Hospital Arthroplasty Fellowship from the OMeGA Medical Grants Association, DePuySynthes, Zimmer Biomet, Stryker, and Smith and Nephew.