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The fellowship in Orthopaedic Surgery of the Spine provides training in the care of spinal diseases, which can be divided into five categories:

  • core knowledge
  • clinical evaluation
  • operative management
  • postoperative care
  • non-operative management
Beaumont training has provided a stepping stone to both excellent practice opportunities and to positions at the nation's most prestigious medical centers.

 

 


Fellowship goals

  • Provide the educational environment needed to train a spine fellow in the evaluation, diagnosis, non-operative and operative treatment of spinal disorders in children and adults
  • Educate the fellows to understand the ramifications of the decision-making process including understanding of complications of treatment and rehabilitation required to obtain an optimal result
  • Provide an outpatient environment to each the fellow how to evaluate, manage, and follow patients in an outpatient setting
  • Help the fellows to develop teaching skills in educating residents and medical students
  • Help the fellows to amplify research skills in the clinical and laboratory settings. This helps the fellow to develop a more analytical approach to problem solving and prepares him/her to look critically at the literature
  • Familiarize the fellows with outcome tools and the necessary programs to perform outcomes research


 

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