University of Texas Medical School
Residency: Scott & White Hospital, Temple, TX Awards, Honors, Publications and Academic Appointments: AOA Medical Honor Society
Total Joint Replacement
2010 W Katherine P Raines Blvd
Cleburne, TX 76033
Dr. Brad Harman’s educational background started with a BBA undergraduate degree in Accounting from The University of Texas at Austin and actually still holds a CPA license in the State of Texas. He then went to medical school earning his MD degree from The University of Texas Medical School at Houston. His post-graduate training consisted of a General Surgery internship and Orthopedic Surgery Residency program at Scott & White Memorial Hospital and Texas A&M Health Science Center. A Sports Medicine Fellowship followed at the Foundation for Orthopaedic, Athletic, and Reconstructive Research at The University of Texas Medical School at Houston where Dr. Harman provided sports team coverage to Rice University, Texas A&M University, and the NFL’s Houston Texans. This additional fellowship year focused on complex shoulder and knee surgery.
Dr. Harman is board certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery and is a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy Association of North America, Texas Medical Association, Texas Orthopedic Association, Texas Society of Sports Medicine, and Johnson County Medical Society.
Dr. Harman stays busy both in and out of clinic and operating room. His sports team affiliation is with the USA Waterski team and has served on their medical staff since 2004. In this role, he has traveled all over the world caring for these world class athletes, from as far north as Canada to south as Chile and east to France, Spain, and Germany.
When he’s not in the office or traveling with the USA Water Ski Team, Dr. Harman spends time with his talented wife who has a black belt in martial arts and his two high school aged children who “are everything” to him. Both of his children are competitive swimmers and ranked in Texas, so they spend lots of hours at the pool together.
While Dr. Harman jokes the reason he became a doctor was “to avoid a desk job and keep me off the streets,” he finds orthopedics to be a very rewarding specialty. He likes getting to know his patients and help them stay healthy and at the top of their game.