Dr. Barry Klein believes strongly in patient education, so that patients can fully understand their problems and treatment options, and therefore they can be actively involved in their treatment decisions.

Through continuing education, Dr. Barry Klein has come to be known as one of the area's leading experts in podiatric sports medicine. He has treated many professional and collegiate athletes from the worlds of baseball, basketball, hockey, tennis, ballet, fencing, track, volleyball, and wrestling. He has been invited to speak on the topic of sports medicine at many events and functions.


B.A. Biology & Psychology, University of Rochester
D.P.M. Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine
Podiatric Surgery Residency, University Hospital, Philadelphia
Private Practice, 1982 - present
Sports Medicine Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania


Board Certified in Foot & Ankle Surgery - American Board of Podiatric Surgery
Fellow – American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons
Fellow – American College of Podiatric Medical Review
Fellow – American Professional Wound Care Association
Diplomate – National Board of Podiatry Examiners
Member – American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine
Member – American Podiatric Medical Association
Member – Medicare Carrier Advisory Committee, representing NJ Podiatric Medical Society
Member – Board of Trustees, NJ Podiatric Medical Society, Southern Division
Past President – NJ Podiatric Medical Society, Southern Division


New Jersey

Institutional Affiliations

Alliance Surgical Center, Mt. Holly, NJ
Kennedy Memorial Hospital, Stratford, NJ
Lourdes Health System - Rancocas Valley Hospital, Willingboro, NJ
Summit Surgical Center, Voorhees, NJ
Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine; Adjunctive Faculty, Clerkship Rotation
Virtua Health Systems, West Jersey & Memorial Hospitals, Voorhees and Mt. Holly, NJ


Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Klein's interests include coaching his daughters' in soccer and softball, playing tennis, softball & basketball, traveling, reading and spending time with his family.

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