Mark L. Lesh, M.D.
Mark L. Lesh, M.D., a native of Central Pennsylvania but a life-long Steeler fan, graduated magna cum laude from Ursinus College. Dr. Lesh attended Penn State College of Medicine where he received numerous scholarships and academic awards, including The Scholarship for Excellence in Surgery. In addition, he was the president of Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. After medical school, he completed his orthopedic residency at Penn State, and subsequently completed a fellowship in sports medicine at Virginia Sports Medicine Institute, which is affiliated with Arlington Hospital and Georgetown University. During his training, Dr. Lesh worked with athletes from all levels including recreational, high school, Division I & III colleges, professional and Olympic. Dr. Lesh has also published research related to total knee replacement in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery which is the most respected journal in orthopedic surgery. Dr. Lesh’s practice concentrates in sports medicine, including many arthroscopic procedures and the newest techniques in total knee joint replacement. Away from medicine, Dr. Lesh enjoys spending time with his wife Stephanie, a native of Pittsburgh, and their three children.