About Gregory Waryasz, MD

Dr Waryasz’s goal is to improve patient’s quality of life through integrating his unique background in sports medicine, strength and conditioning and foot/ankle care. He enjoys seeing patients of all ages and with all different activity levels.

Dr. Gregory R. Waryasz, MD, CSCS is a triple  fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon in sports medicine/arthroscopy, orthopaedic trauma surgery and foot and ankle reconstructive surgery. He specializes in injuries and conditions of the foot and ankle.  Dr. Waryasz received his BS in Biology at Boston College, where he apprenticed as a strength and conditioning coach for all of the athletic teams. He attended medical school at Tufts University and completed residency in orthopaedic surgery at the Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital program. After his residency, Dr. Waryasz completed three fellowships. The first in Orthopaedic Trauma at Brown where he cared for adult and pediatric fractures. While at Brown, Dr. Waryasz was a team physician providing sideline coverage with Brown Athletics, the Providence Bruins of the AHL and USA Gymnastics. After leaving Brown, Dr. Waryasz completed two more fellowships, both at MGH - one in Sports Medicine and one in Foot and Ankle. While at MGH, Dr. Waryasz was part of the medical staff for the Patriots, Red Sox, Bruins and New England Revolution. And he currently is working with professional and academy soccer players,  the Boston Renegades Beep Baseball team and consulting with a few local division 3 colleges.

Dr Waryasz has been a personal trainer for more than 15 years and enjoys consulting with recreational, collegiate and professional athletes and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is an active researcher with more than 40 peer reviewed publications. He is a current reviewer for the American Journal of Sports Medicine, Strength and Conditioning Journal, and the Journal of Physical Activity and Health. His clinical interests are foot and ankle sports medicine conditions, fracture care, and reconstruction surgery. He has a clinical interest in injuries related to bodybuilding, Olympic weightlifting, and high intensity training (HIIT, HIPT, CrossFit, etc).

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Mass General/North Shore Center for Outpatient Care
104 Endicott Street
Lower Level
Danvers, MA 01923
Phone: 617-724-9338
Fax: 781-487-4003

Mass General/Newton Wellesley Foot & Ankle Center
52 Second Avenue
Building 52, Suite 1150
Waltham, MA 02451
Phone: 617-724-9338

Orthopaedic Associates
55 Fruit Street
Boston, MA 02114-2696
Phone: 617-724-9338
Fax: 781-487-4003

Medical Education

  • MD, Tufts University School of Medicine
  • Residency, Rhode Island Hospital
  • Residency, Rhode Island Hospital/Lifespan
  • Fellowship, Brown University
  • Fellowship, Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Fellowship, Rhode Island Hospital
  • Fellowship, Rhode Island Hospital/Lifespan

American Board Certifications

  • Orthopaedic Surgery, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Accepted Insurance Plans

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Dr. Waryasz is an active researcher in both orthopaedic surgery and strength and conditioning. He has extensively published in foot and ankle surgery, orthopaedic trauma and sports medicine. He is actively involved in all types of research including basic science and clinical.

His most recent international project is both a retrospective and prospective analysis of CrossFit® injuries in Costa Rica. He also is actively researching injuries in the National Football League. He enjoys performing research to help innovate patient care and improve the patient care experience. He is active in product design and surgical innovations.


  • Select Publications:

    •  Pidgeon, T. S., Crisco, J. J., Waryasz, G. R., Moore, D. C. & DaSilva, M. F. Ulnar Styloid Base Fractures Cause Distal Radioulnar Joint Instability in a Cadaveric Model. Hand N. Y. N 13, 65–73 (2018).
    • Vopat, B. Waryasz GR et al. Epidemiology of Navicular Injury at the NFL Combine and Their Impact on an Athlete’s Prospective NFL Career. Orthop. J. Sports Med. 5, 2325967117723285 (2017).
    • Waryasz, G. R., Marcaccio, S., Gil, J. A., Owens, B. D. & Fadale, P. D. Anterior Cruciate Ligament Repair and Biologic Innovations. JBJS Rev. 5, e2 (2017).
    • Waryasz, G. R. et al. Patient Comprehension of Carpal Tunnel Surgery: An Investigation of Health Literacy. Hand N. Y. N 12, 175–180 (2017).
    • Waryasz, G. R., Marcaccio, S. & Gil, J. A. Technique Tip- Use of an ACL Guide for Fixation or Fusion of Lisfranc Injuries . Foot Ankle Spec. 10, 149–151 (2017).
    • DeFroda, S. F., Nacca, C., Waryasz, G. R. & Owens, B. D. Diagnosis and Management of Distal Clavicle Osteolysis. Orthopedics 40, 119–124 (2017). Johnson, J. P. et al. Vertically Oriented Femoral Neck Fractures: A Biomechanical.