Justin M. Kane, M.D.
Justin Michael Kane, MD completed his undergraduate degree at the highly regarded engineering college Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. He went on to receive his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in order to work alongside some of the most influential orthopedic surgeons in the country. He completed an internship at Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After his internship, he returned to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital to complete his orthopedic surgery residency with the world class Surgeons at the most highly sought-after program with The Rothman Institute. Dr. Kane then completed a fellowship in foot and ankle surgery at one of the most prestigious fellowships at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas.
Before establishing Orthopedic Institute of North Texas (OINT), Dr. Kane worked at Baylor University Medical Center as an orthopedic surgeon as well as the director of research in Human Motion and Performance Center located on Baylor’s Dallas campus. Dr. Kane has authored over 100 publications, book chapters, articles, and research presentations presented internationally. He continues to mentor students and young physicians as they prepare for their career in orthopedic surgery. He continues to perform clinical research and serves as a reviewer for numerous peer reviewed orthopedic journals.
Dr. Kane specializes in foot and ankle problems ranging from bunions and hammertoes to complex reconstructive procedures and limb salvage surgeries. He sees patients from all over the world at the locations in Frisco and Farmers Branch, Texas.
When Dr. Kane is not working at the Orthopedic Institute of North Texas (OINT), he actively travels the world participating in a number of medical mission trips helping patients with complex limb deformities. He continues to participate in the American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society’s (AOFAS) Vietnam Outreach Program with Mobility Outreach International (MOI) traveling the country working alongside his Vietnamese colleagues teaching the newest treatments to residents and surgeons. He also participates in medical missions in the Dominican Republic with Community Empowerment through Rush University. Dr. Kane enjoys cycling, golfing, cooking international cuisine, and is a passionate animal rights advocate helping with animal rescue.