Limb Preservation and Deformity Correction Fellowship
The University of Maryland Medical Center is a nationally recognized teaching hospital providing the most comprehensive and technologically advanced treatments available for adults and children with musculoskeletal issues and sequelae of traumatic injury, including lower extremity deformity, management of nonunion, degenerative joint disease, and orthopedic oncological concerns.
This institution and its affiliates offer world‐class surgeons and a dynamic and diverse patient population. As a fellow, you will be working with faculty surgeons trained in podiatry and orthopedics who have advanced training in adult and pediatric foot and ankle reconstruction, deformity correction, and limb salvage. The Limb Preservation Clinic and University of Maryland Midtown Wound Healing Center provide multidisciplinary care for the treatment of chronic open wounds and the conservative and surgical management of Charcot neuroarthropathy.
This fellowship opportunity consists of an additional year of training available only to those who have completed 3 years or more of podiatric residency. It also includes a stipend, medical benefits, conference lecturing opportunities, and participation in cutting‐edge procedures and research.