Sarah E. Padgett, PA-C
To schedule an appointment with Sarah, please call (703) 619-4400.
Sarah Padgett, originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is a board-certified Physican Assistant. During her senior year of high school, while playing volleyball, she tore her ACL and that is where her interest in medicine and orthopaedics began.
She went on to play Division I volleyball at Marquette University in Milwaukee where she graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Biomedical Engineering. She spent the next year working for a non-profit engineering company based out of Duke University. She traveled to developing countries and installed medical equipment that was donated from hospitals in the US.
Following her time at Duke, Sarah took a position at Anderson Orthopaedic Research Institute working closely with Dr. Charles Engh, completing research related to total hip replacements. After almost 4 years working with Dr. Engh, Sarah realized she desired more patient interaction and decided to pursue a career as a physician assistant.
She attended George Washington University in DC and graduated with a Masters of Science in Health Sciences and was a member of Alpha Eta Honor Society. Prior to joining Anderson Clinic she worked in an out-patient internal medicine practice in Southern Maryland. She currently assists Dr. Nitin Goyal with total joint replacement both in the clinic and in the operating room.
She spends her free time with her husband and two German Shepherds. She enjoys running and DIY projects around her new home.
Engh CA, Powers CC, Ho H, Beykirch-Padgett SE, Hopper RH Jr, Engh CA Jr: The effect of poly sterilization of wear, osteolysis and survivorship of a press-fit cup at 10-year followup. Clin Orthop Rel Res 470, Feb 2012, 462-470.
Engh CA, Ho H, Powers CC, Huynh C, Beykirch SE, Hopper RH Jr: Osteolysis propensity among bilateral total hip arthroplasty patients. J Arthroplasty 2011, Jun;26(4):555-61
Powers CC, Ho H, Beykirch SE, Huynh C, Hopper RH Jr, Engh CA Jr, Engh CA Sr: A Comparison of a Second and a Third Generation Modular Cup Design: Is New Improved? J Arthroplasty, 2010 Jun;25(4):514-21.
Egawa HE, Powers CC, Beykirch SE, Hopper RH Jr, Engh CA Jr, Engh CA Sr: Can the volume of pelvic osteolysis be calculated without using computed tomography? Clin Orthop Rel Res 467, Jan 2009, 181-187.
Belmont PJ Jr., Powers CC, Beykirch SE, Hopper RH Jr., Engh CA Jr., Engh CA Sr: Results of the anatomic medullary locking total hip arthroplasty at a minimum of twenty years. A concise follow-up of previous reports. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 90, July 2008, 1524-1530.
Leung SB, Egawa HE, Stepniewski A, Beykirch SE, Engh CA Jr, Engh CA Sr: Incidence and volume of pelvic osteolysis at early follow-up with highly cross-linked and non-crosslinked polyethylene. J Arthroplasty Vol 22, No 6, Sept. 2007, 134-139.
Engh CA Jr, Egawa HE, Beykirch SE, Hopper RH Jr, Engh CA Sr: The quality of osteolysis grafting with cementless acetabular component retention. Clin Orthop Rel Res 465, Dec 2007, 150-154.
Hamilton WG, Calendine C, Beykirch SE, Hopper RH Jr, Engh CA Sr: Acetabular fixation options: first generation modular cup curtain calls and caveats. J Arthroplasty Vol 22, No 4, June 2007, 75-81.
Engh CA Jr, Stepniewski AS, Ginn SD, Beykirch SE, Sychterz-Terefenko CJ, Hopper RH Jr, Engh CA Sr: A randomized prospective evaluation of outcomes after total hip arthroplasty using cross-linked marathon and non-cross-linked enduron polyethylene liners. J Arthroplasty Vol 21, No 6(Suppl 2), Sept 2006, 17-25.
Direct Phone(703) 619-4400 Undergraduate SchoolMarquette University
Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering Graduate SchoolGeorge Washington University
Master of Science, Physician Assistant Studies
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