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Andrew Noble, MD

About Andrew

Dr. Andrew Noble, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon with over 17 years of experience, is a true pioneer in his field. A graduate of the Harvard School of Medicine's Joint Replacement Fellowship, he is renowned for his expertise in advanced knee and hip replacement techniques, including robotic-assisted surgery. He has a special interest in partial knee replacements and began using the Mako robot when it was originally introduced more than 13 years ago.

Dr. Noble is a mentor, speaker, and consultant outside his clinical roles, sharing insights into muscle-sparing direct anterior total hip replacements. He was recently selected to help launch a new high-performance knee replacement before its official release. His outcomes have attracted a diverse range of athletes, including elite golfers, competitive tennis and pickleball players, and retired professionals.

Prior to surgery, Dr. Noble integrates physical therapy, corticosteroids, and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) to alleviate pain, address inflammation, and enhance joint function. His advanced surgical recovery program significantly reduces or eliminates the need for opioid pain medications, enabling patients to leave the same day or after one night in the hospital.

Dr. Noble is married and the proud father of 3 teenage boys. He enjoys time with his family, mountain biking, working out, and high-performance driving.

Dr. Noble's innovative treatments, unwavering commitment to his patients' well-being, and compassionate bedside manner have earned him widespread recognition as one of the area's most prominent joint replacement surgeons.

  • Medical School
  • Thomas Jefferson University, Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia, PA
  • Internship
  • Virginia Commonwealth University Health System Richmond, VA
  • Residency
  • Virginia Commonwealth University Health System Richmond, VA
  • Fellowship
  • Harvard School of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital Boston, MA
  • Board Certification
  • American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Medical Interests Areas of Interest:

Less invasive joint replacement surgery

Robotic-assisted partial and total knee replacement

Direct anterior total hip replacement

High-performance knee and hip replacement implants

Opioid-sparing, reduced pain protocols