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Ahmad Badri, DO is a health care provider primarily located in Clifton, NJ, with other offices in Middletown, NJ and Point Pleasant, NJ (and 3 other locations). He has 10 years of experience. His specialties include Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine. He speaks English.
Graduated in 2012
Ahmad Badri, DO is an orthopedic surgeon who is highly experienced in treating sports-related injuries, with a focus on cartilage restoration, joint replacements, and complex ligament and tendon reconstruction of the hip, knee, and shoulder. Dr. Badri offers a variety of sports medicine and surgical services at One Oak Medical, a practice with offices throughout New Jersey and in Staten Island, New York. Dr. Badri trained in sport medicine specialties at the renowned NYU Langone Health Hospital for Joint Diseases, which is consistently ranked as one of the country’s top orthopedic institutes.
He treats all levels of athletes, from weekend warriors to professional players. He has worked with numerous college and professional organizations, including the Jacksonville Jaguars, the National Women’s Hockey League, and various college basketball teams. Dr. Badri graduated at the top of his class at New York Institute of Technology with a degree in osteopathic medicine. He continued pursuing excellence throughout his orthopedic surgery residency at RWJ Barnabas Health in New Jersey, where he later served as chief resident.
Following graduation, Dr. Badri published numerous research papers and book chapters that focused on sports medicine and joint replacement topics. Dr. Badri is also well-versed in the latest techniques and technology involved with regenerative medicine, including platelet-rich plasma therapies and stem cell treatments. Dr. Badri, a New Jersey native, continues to evolve his techniques in orthopedic and sports-related medicine. As a child, he constantly played sports, which is how he developed his passion for helping other athletes. His goal is to bring hope to patients suffering from disability and pain following a sports-related injury.