Dr. Joshua Port Appointed As Representative to AAOS Board of Councilors
Altoona, PA February 26, 2016 – University Orthopedics Center (UOC) is proud to announce that Joshua Port, M.D., has been appointed by the Pennsylvania Orthopaedic Society (POS) Board of Directors to serve as a representative to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Board of Councilors. He has long been an active member of POS, serving on the Board of Directors on various committees and as President in 2006. “Given Dr. Port’s leadership and experience as an advocate for patients and the orthopaedic profession, POS looks forward to his tenure as a member of the Board of Councilors (BOC)”. The BOC is the Orthopaedic community's national "grass roots" representative advisory body to the Board of Directors of the AAOS. It serves as a resource to AAOS organizational units and addresses issues affecting the AAOS, orthopaedic surgeons, and their patients. The BOC is composed of representatives from each state’s Orthopaedic society, four regional societies, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Territories, the U.S. Military, and Canada. Dr. Port is a fellowship-trained and board-certified orthopedic surgeon, focused on sports medicine and knee and shoulder surgery. Through extensive training and continuing medical education, he is committed to providing the most expert, most compassionate, most minimally invasive, and most current care to patients in need of orthopedic care. Dr. Port is currently accepting new patients at our Altoona (Fairway Drive) location. To schedule an appointment, please call 814-942-1166 or log onto www.uoc.com to schedule an appointment online. University Orthopedics Center and affiliated companies provide diagnostic, surgical and rehabilitation services for patients with musculo-skeletal injuries or chronic/degenerative orthopedic disorders. UOC, established in 1991, is headquartered in State College with offices in Altoona, Tyrone, DuBois, Huntingdon, Roaring Spring, Bedford, and Lewistown, and employs approximately 270 people. University Orthopedics Center is not affiliated with Penn State University.