Edward Haupt, MD
Edward Haupt, M.D., is a senior associate consultant in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Mayo Clinic in Florida. Dr. Haupt specializes in orthopedic ankle surgery, and has special interests in computer-guided ankle replacement, complex deformity correction, sports injury repair, cartilage repair, tendon transfer, minimally invasive techniques, and advanced ankle arthroscopy. He treats all disorders of the lower leg, ankle, and foot including: arthritis, tendon tears, ligament tears, ankle sprains, fractures, dislocations.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in Zoology and premedical curricula and graduated from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. He was an all-American football player, academic All-SEC, and t...
In addition to Dr. Haupt’s athletic background, Dr. Haupt is a well-rounded surgeon who has won awards as an educator (the William F. Enneking Education Award in Orthopedic Surgery and resident education award) as well as resident-of-the-year, and awards in research and academic excellence (chief resident research award, intern-of-the-year). Dr. Haupt has award-winning research in athlete fracture care, sports medicine, and reconstruction of arthritis and ankle deformity. He is a member of the Gold Humanism Society after being inducted in medical school and continuing throughout surgical training for his excellent bedside manner and patient-centered care. He was an American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society resident scholar prior to beginning fellowship. Dr. Haupt is happily married to his wife Gayle, and they live in Jacksonville with their 3 daughters. He enjoys swimming, diving, weightlifting, reading, and watching his daughters excel.
Dr. Haupt has authored more than 20 scientific publications with multiple award-winning publications, and 30+ presentations at regional, national and international orthopedic surgery conferences. He serves on multiple committees with national specialty societies and educational groups for surgeons-in-training.