Matthew T. Wallace, MD, MBA, is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic oncologist, well versed in the diagnosis and surgical management of benign and malignant tumors of the pelvis and extremities. Dr. Wallace treats both children and adults with bony and soft tissue masses, and believes in the value of multidisciplinary care when managing such rare entities. As an academically active clinician, Dr. Wallace has delivered several presentations and lectures at various regional, national, and international meetings. In addition to oncologic expertise, Dr. Wallace also provides services in general orthopaedic surgery, including fracture care, reconstruction, and the management of degnerative joint disease. Dr. Wallace has particular experience and interest in the care of amputees, including management of stump complications and osseointegration, a novel method of prosthetic attachment to residual limbs.
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Dr. Wallace is a native of Baltimore, and an enthusiastic supporter of Ravens football, Orioles baseball, and steamed crabs.
Matthew Wallace, MD, was named a 2016 and 2017 "Top Doc" by Baltimore Magazine for orthopaedic oncology.