Keith Baldwin, MD MPH









Keith Baldwiln, MD, MSPT, MPH
 Baldwin went to medical school at UMDNJ- Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, residency at the University of Pennsylvania, and pediatric orthopaedic surgery fellowship at CHOP.  He is also a trained physical therapist and obtained a Master’s in public health with a concentration in biostatistics from the school of public health at UMDNJ-Piscataway.  His clinical interests include scoliosis, musculoskeletal manifestations of neuromuscular conditions in children and adults, and musculoskeletal trauma in children and adults, particularly severe injuries and polytrauma.  He currently holds a joint appointment at Penn where he is Chief of the division of Neuro-orthopaedics, and CHOP where he is associate director of trauma for orthopaedics and the director of clinical research for the division of orthopaedic surgery.  He is the health policy chair for the Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Association, and the section editor for JBJS reviews for Rehabilitation, additionally he holds editorial positions in numerous other journals.  He currently has over 100 peer reviewed publications, and has won local and national awards for his studies. His passion is restoring function to children and adults following traumatic or neurovascular injuries.