Mark D. Wagner, MD

Specialty:

  • Orthopedic

Subspecialties:

  • Sports Medicine

Care Center:

Orthopedic Specialists of Seattle

Clinic Locations:

  • Ballard
  • Wallingford
Biography

Mark D. Wagner, MD, treats professional, collegiate and high school athletes, along with recreational “weekend warriors.” He has a special interest in regenerative medicine and joint preservation through the use of autologous stem-cells, a non-surgical approach to restoring, repairing and regenerating arthritic joints. In addition to treating sports-related conditions, he is board-certified in family medicine and sees patients for their primary care needs as well. His goal is to provide his patients with individualized, state-of-the-art treatment, returning each patient to their natural mobility as quickly as possible.

Dr. Wagner lives on beautiful Bainbridge Island with his wife and three children. When out of the office, he enjoys spending time outdoors: hiking, surfing, bicycling and skiing with his family. He is an accomplished athlete, competing and finishing in such races as the Coeur D’Alene Ironman, the Seattle & Vancouver Marathons and RAMROD (Ride Around Mount Rainier in One Day).

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Education & Fellowship

Education
BS, Mercer University, Macon, GA
MD, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

Residency
Family practice and sports medicine, Halifax Hospital Medical Center, Daytona Beach, FL

Fellowship
Sports medicine, The Sports Medicine Clinic, Seattle, WA

Board certification
American Board of Family Practice; subspecialty certification in sports medicine

Professional Affiliations

Diplomate, American Academy of Family Practice
Member, American College of Sports Medicine
Member, King County Medical Society
Member, Washington Academy of Family Physicians
Member, Washington State Medical Society


Surgical Facilities

Seattle Orthopedic Center – Surgery
Northwest Hospital & Medical Center – UW Medicine
Swedish Medical Center


Listen to Dr. Wagner discuss stem cell basics and the benefit of this therapy. (IRG Health Talk)