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Orthopaedic Surgery Hip and Knee Fellowship, Royal Oak


The scope of our fellowship in Adult Reconstructive Orthopaedics covers the management of primary and secondary degenerative conditions of hip and knee joints as well as the assessment and treatment of the patient with a failed arthroplasty.

Primary and revision total joint replacement is emphasized; the fellow will also gain experience in non-prosthetic reconstruction options such as

  • joint arthrodesis
  • vascularized grafting for osteonecrosis
  • osteotomy about the hip and knee


    • understand the pathophysiology and natural history of disease conditions affecting the hip and knee
    • develop and implement plans for non-surgical treatments when appropriate
    • gain a working knowledge of surgical indications and selection of optimal surgical treatment options
    • achieve technical competency in the planning and performance of primary and revision joint surgery
    • identify perioperative risks in order to minimize adverse surgical outcomes; assess and manage adverse outcomes that may occur
    • contribute to ongoing departmental research
    • participate in the education of orthopaedic surgery residents

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