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Orthopedic Surgery Fellows

Company: The CORE Institute
Location: Phoenix
Posted on: September 18, 2023

Job Description:

The CORE Institute is seeking Fellows for the below programs for the 2024- 2025 year.
The ideal candidates will have a demonstrated track record of excellence in clinical care, integration with clinical quality standards, and fostering a high level of teamwork with colleagues. There are also ample opportunities for an academically active clinical practice involved in resident and fellow education as well as engaging in teaching for highly qualified candidates.

The CORE Institute (The Center for Orthopedic Research and Education) was founded to fulfill a vision of orthopedic excellence encompassing the entire spectrum of orthopedic and musculoskeletal sciences. Consistent with our mission, The CORE Institute delivers the highest level of musculoskeletal healthcare, built upon a foundation of pioneering research, academics, community service, and a passion for excellence in patient care and outcomes.
Hip and Knee Reconstruction Fellowship
This 12 month appointment will include hands-on experience with primary and revision arthroplasty of the hip and knee. The fellow will have exposure to several high-volume fellowship-trained arthroplasty surgeons. The fellow will become adept at computer navigation and robotic techniques, and state of the art minimally invasive exposures. There will be exposure to complex tumor and limb-sparing prostheses, as well as complex revisions for both the hip and knee, pelvic cages, and periacetabular osteotomy, by one of the world's foremost hip and knee reconstructive surgeons. There will be extensive primary reconstruction experience as well. It will be expected that the fellow participates in at least one research project every six months and academic expectations include at least one publication in a peer-reviewed journal. The fellow will present cases and topics at grand rounds during the year. This fellowship is designed to prepare the serious, motivated candidate for the efficiencies necessary for a successful private practice or the academic rigors of an academic practice. There may be long term employment/partnership opportunities at The CORE Institute for exceptional fellows.
Orthopedic Spine Fellowship
The CORE Institute Spine Fellowship offers a one-year post-residency program in the -management of spinal disorders. -The Spine division is comprised of seven talented leaders covering all areas of spine surgical treatment with a team of pain management and -rehabilitation specialists who provide non-operative spine care. -Spinal disorder management includes non-surgical and surgical workups as well as preoperative evaluation and appropriate patient selection. Surgical training includes cutting-edge minimally invasive and open surgeries in the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine, from the anterior, -lateral, and posterior approaches. Degenerative conditions as well as tumors, fractures, and adult -deformity are part of the experience. -The fellow will actively prepare for and participate in monthly spine conferences/journal clubs, supplemented by quarterly Interdisciplinary Rounds. - Also, annually, a Visiting Professor will be invited for a Grand Rounds lecture, discussion, and possible cadaveric demonstration. The fellow will benefit from access to a biomechanical research laboratory, motion analysis laboratory, -and a clinical research infrastructure with a fully staffed team of regulatory, contract, grant, and research coordinators. - -
Interventional Spine/Pain Fellowship
This 12-month clinical fellowship has a primary emphasis on non-operative spine care and interventional pain medicine. The fellow will work with fellowship trained physicians currently practicing as part of a large, very busy, multidisciplinary group in Phoenix, Arizona. The fellow will become proficient in all interventional spine procedures including lumbar/thoracic/cervical epidural steroid injections, facet joint injections, medial branch blocks and radiofrequency neurotomy, sympathetic blocks, peripheral joint and nerve injections, spinal cord stimulator trials, dorsal root ganglion stimulator trials, spinal cord stimulator implants, disc stimulation procedures, and kyphoplasty. Comprehensive training in medication management, fluoroscopic and ultrasound guided injections, and electrodiagnostics will be an integral part of the fellowship. Fellows will have the opportunity to do elective rotations in orthopedic spine surgery and neuroradiology. A host of research opportunities will be available.
For more information, please contact Sara Webb, Program Coordinator, at

Keywords: The CORE Institute, Phoenix , Orthopedic Surgery Fellows, Healthcare , Phoenix, Arizona

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