Rotations

Our curriculum incorporates rotations specific to orthopaedic subspecialties. Residents like Andrew Stegemann, DO, say our rotations challenge them to expand their thinking.

Rotations in our residency ensure that your training is well-rounded and enable you to learn from expert physicians in a variety of clinical settings.

2/26/18
Learn to provide care for orthopaedic trauma patients and gain familiarity with life-saving measures, critical care, surgery and rehabilitation.
12/21/16
Enhance your understanding of knee and hip arthroplasty; expand your knowledge of preoperative assessment, postoperative care and postoperative follow-up; and benefit from valuable experience in the operating room.
12/21/16
Learn the general principles and basic science behind treatments for diseases and conditions affecting the foot and ankle. 
12/21/16
Deepen your understanding of hand and wrist disorders while you clinically and surgically treat patients.
2/26/18
Gain experience working with adults and children who have bone and soft tissue tumors of the musculoskeletal system. 
11/10/17
Learn to identify the differences between pediatric and adult patients with orthopaedic diseases and injuries, and treat them with inpatient and outpatient surgical procedures and nonsurgical methods.
12/21/16
Our research rotation familiarizes you with research methodology and statistical analysis. You’ll develop skills in the critical appraisal of scientific information and current research.
12/21/16
Become proficient with clinical examinations, investigations and surgical treatment for patients with sports-related injuries. 
12/21/16
Gain experience with patients who have degenerative, infectious and neoplastic conditions of the spine. 
6/19/19
Become familiar with the etiology, incidence and pathology of common and complex shoulder and elbow problems including trauma, sports-related injuries and degenerative conditions — and learn to evaluate, diagnose and treat these problems.