John W. Barrington, M.D., a native of California graduated from California State University, Fresno CA in Biology in 1996 before attending Medical School at UC Davis, Davis CA where he received his Doctor of Medicine in 2000. Dr. Barrington completed his residency at the University of North Carolina and a joint fellowship at one of the most prestigious joint centers in the country, Harvard-Massachusetts General Hospital, under Dr. William Harris in 2006.
John W. Barrington, M.D. focuses primarily on hip and knee reconstructive surgery and specializes in using less invasive surgical techniques. He offers hip surgery using the anterior supine approach, which helps patients recover faster with the least pain possible. Dr. Barrington is one of the leading speakers and teachers regarding surgical techniques, having taught more surgeons partial knee replacements than any other surgeon in North America.
Dr. Barrington is actively involved in research and surgical technique, and has been honored as a scientific presenter at the national meetings of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, and the Harvard Arthroplasty Course.
Dr. Barrington is married with three children and is an avid athlete. He is active in his local church, as well as MOVE MISSIONS! He frequently travels to Latin America to provide free medical treatment and vacations in those countries while doing complex joint replacement surgery.
Dr. Barrinton is a co-director of the Joint Replacement Center at Baylor Scott & White Frisco. Click to learn more about the Joint Replacement Center Frisco.
Dr. Barrington is currently seeing new patients who suffer from knee and hip joint pain that may require a replacement. Patients can be seen in our main office in Plano, TX and our satellite office in Frisco, TX.
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