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Imagine a fellowship training program with leading experts in every orthopedic specialty; a program that attracts visiting surgeons from around the world to learn the latest surgical and patient care techniques; a program whose faculty have written the textbooks on musculoskeletal disorders; a program that treats each patient with a personalized approach. Fellowship programs at Columbia Orthopedics provide these distinctive aspects and help you realize your potential.
Comprehensive fellowship training to treat all spinal diseases and conditions of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine: both degenerative and deformity; trauma and tumor; pediatric and adult.
Learn more about the only advanced pediatric spinal deformity fellowship of its kind in the country, led by Dr. Michel Vitale and Dr. Lawrence Lenke.
Our primary fellowship goal is to offer the Hand Fellow a comprehensive education in the knowledge and skills requisite for clinical excellence and leadership in the field of hand surgery.
Our hip and knee fellowship has a rich history of honing the skills of exceptional surgeons, from pioneering work in the 1960s, to the latest implants, technologies, and surgical techniques.
The pediatric orthopedics fellowship comprises clinical & research exposure to spinal deformity, extremity deformities, sports medicine, neuromuscular conditions, and trauma.
The Columbia Shoulder & Elbow Fellowship, founded in 1977 by Dr. Charles S. Neer II, was honored as the first and most prestigious in the world.
The Columbia Sports Medicine Fellowship has its roots in the Shoulder Fellowship started by Dr. Charles Neer in 1977.