Our curriculum will prepare you to be a skillful specialist in the field of hip and knee arthroplasty.
Whether you aim to concentrate on a future as a clinician or aspire to a career in academic medicine, our curriculum is equipped to help you meet your goals.
Gaining one-on-one learning experiences with our faculty members is a major advantage of our fellowship.
You’ll make daily rounds alongside each physician with whom you rotate, and you’ll gain experience handling routine orders and discharge management plans.
You can expect to spend approximately 15 weeks rotating with an expert in hip and knee arthroplasty who:
Your time in this rotation will help you gain valuable experience with knee navigation procedures as well as some anterior hip exposure.
You’ll have approximately 15 weeks of rotation with an expert in lower extremity adult reconstruction whose interests include:
During this rotation, you’ll gain experience in posterior hip procedures, and our faculty member — who specializes in periacetabular osteotomy procedures — will help you deepen your understanding of these procedures. You’ll also benefit from exposure to a high volume of primary hip and knee procedures as well as a very large volume of specialty revision hip and knee procedures.
Expect to spend 10 weeks of your fellowship with a faculty member who has expertise in teaching minimally invasive hip replacement, arthroscopic management of hip-preserving surgery and musculoskeletal oncology.
You’ll gain significant experience with anterior hip replacements and hip arthroscopy procedures, and you’ll build knowledge about the advancement of hip arthroscopic techniques.
We’ll give you 10 weeks of rotation with an orthopaedic surgeon whose clinical practice focuses on adult hip and knee reconstructive surgery and whose research projects are aimed at improving patient care.
During this rotation, our faculty member will provide the expert guidance you need to master skills in posterior hip procedures as well as total and partial knee replacements.
Research is a significant element of our fellowship. Trainees in our program have engaged in translational, basic or clinical research in many areas of adult reconstructive orthopaedics.
Leadership opportunities are built into our curriculum. Our fellowship enables you to develop the skills you need to lead and educate others.
During your time in our program, we will entrust you with the responsibility of helping train medical students who rotate through our clinical training site.
Our curriculum enables you to participate in a variety of meetings that complement the hands-on training you undertake in our rotations.