Barry A Ruht, MD Expert Witness

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  • Company: Barry A Ruht MD PC - Orthopedic Foot, Ankle & Knee Institute
  • Phone: 610-821-4950
  • Fax: 610-821-4009
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Specialties & Experience of this Expert Witness

General Specialties:

Orthopedic Surgery

Specialty Focus:

Foot and Ankle, Knee Replacement, Foot Pain, Knee Pain, Ankle Pain, Joint Pain, All Aspects of Orthopedic Surgery


MD, Temple University Medical School; Fellowship-Foot and Ankle, University Of Pennsyvlania

Years in Practice:


Additional Information

Dr. Barry Ruht completed his internship at the Lehigh Valley Network, introducing him to the Lehigh Valley. After completion of his orthopedic residency at Temple University Hospital, he returned to the Valley and the practice of orthopedic surgery. Dr. Ruht is an experienced, board-certified orthopedic surgeon who is fellowship trained in Foot and Ankle Surgery. Dr. Ruht took one year off from full-time private practice in 2004 to pursue this fellowship. Dr. Ruht's fellowship was completed at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital Systems with Dr. Keith Wapner, Dr. Paul Hecht, and Dr. Wen Chao, internationally known board-certified orthopedic surgeons specialized in Foot and Ankle Surgery. Upon his return to the Valley, Dr. Ruht resumed his General Orthopedic Practice with additional emphasis on foot, ankle and knee problems. Dr. Ruht is a seasoned Total Knee Replacement/Reconstructive knee surgeon who has updated his credentials while at the University of Pennsylvania spending time with surgeons performing gender-specific, minimally invasive Total Knee Replacement surgery. In addition to the total knee replacements and reconstructive knee surgery, his other area of special interest and study in foot and ankle surgeries include flatfoot symptoms, painful bunion and hammertoes, including failed bunion and hammertoe surgeries, and ankle arthritis. Dr. Ruht continues to pursue his interest in general orthopedics evaluating and treating injuries to the Neck (cervical spine) and low back (lumbosacral spine) nonsurgically. Dr. Ruht also continues to evaluate, treat, and surgically correct injuries to the shoulder (rotator cuff and arthritis), elbow (tennis elbow and overuse injuries), wrist and fingers (carpal tunnel and trigger finger).