Robert E. Mayle, M.D.
Dr. Robert E. Mayle is a fellowship trained, board-certified orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in hip and knee replacement. He is skilled at anterior hip replacement, minimally invasive hip, knee and partial knee replacements, as well as advanced techniques in managing complications of failed or painful hip or knee replacements.
Dr. Mayle has worked extensively on perioperative techniques to reduce pain and restore function in patients following surgery. He has published numerous articles and book chapters, has presented at national and international conferences, and has performed award winning research.
Dr. Mayle completed his joint replacement fellowship at Rush University, widely regarded as one of the top fellowships in the country under the pioneers of minimally invasive and complex revision joint replacement surgery.
- High School – Bellarmine College Preparatory
- College – University of California, Berkeley
- MD – Drexel College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
- Residency – Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University
- Fellowship – Hip/Knee Replacement, Rush University Medical Center
- Anterior hip replacement
- Minimally invasive hip and knee replacement
- Revision hip and knee replacement
- Perioperative pain control
- Rapid recovery following joint replacement
- American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
- American Academy of Hip and Knee Surgeons
- International Congress for Joint Reconstruction
- California Orthopaedics Association
- Western Orthopaedics Association
- Northern California Orthopaedic Society
- Finalist, Interactive Educational Program (IEP) Total Joint Fellow Award. San Francisco, CA. February 2012
- Finalist, Russell Hibbs Award, Basic Science. Functional Assessment of Acute Local vs. Distal Transplantation of Human Neural Stem Cells Following Spinal Cord Injury. Scoliosis Research Society, 46thAnnual Meeting. Louisville, KY. September 2011
- Chief Resident of the Santa Clara Valley Medical Hospital Award. Stanford, CA June 2010
- Resident Research Award. The Functional Assessment of the Acute Local and Distal Transplantation of Human Neural Stem Cells Following Spinal Cord Injury. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Stanford University Hospital and Clinics. June 2010
- First Place, Basic Science. OREF/ORS Southwest Regional Resident Research Symposium. Project Presented: The Acute Transplantation of Human Fetal Neuronal Stem Cells Following Spinal Cord Injury. San Diego, CA. May 2010