ISAKOS Residency/Fellowship Directory


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ARGENTINA

Global Trainee Program
Clinica del Deporte
Street 40 #482
La Plata
Buenos Aires
ARGENTINA

Program Chair: Vicente Paus, MD
+54 22 1421 2929
+54 22 1421 2929
Description: The Fellow will attend to surgeries, athenaeum, health care consultant and physiotherapy consultant. The program consists of 4 main areas: Health Care, where the Fellow participates in different medical consultation. Rehabilitation, with physical therapists the Fellow learns how different sports injuries are treated. Surgery, the student will attend to surgeries that take place within the period he is. Athenaeum,cases of patients are presented and solved by the professional team.
Number of fellows per year: 4
Training Session Length: 3 months

Sports Medicine, Knee and Arthroscopy Surgery International Fellowship
Centro Artro
Juramento 2089 5to piso Oficina 505
Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires
ARGENTINA

Program Chair: Facundo Gigante, MD
+54 11 4787 6908

Description: Specialized fellowship programme in sports injuries, arthroscopy and orthopaedic surgery along with professional orthopaedic surgeons with extensive experience in diagnosis and treatment in high perfomance athletes injuries (Argentina national tennis team, Argentina national football team, among others).
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 3 months

AUSTRALIA

Brisbane Shoulder Arthroscopy and Arthroplasty Fellowship
Greenslopes, Brisbane Private and Mater Hospitals
Greenslopes Hospital,121 Newdegate St Brisbane
Brisbane

AUSTRALIA

Program Chair: Kenneth Cutbush and Ashish Gupta
+61732085552

Description: This is a dedicated 1 year Shoulder fellowship covering all aspects of shoulder arthroscopy and arthroplasty. Fellows will be exposed to Advanced techniques in arthroscopy such as Arthroscopic Latarjet, Arthroscopic massive Cuff repairs , Superior Capsule Reconstructions and Arthroscopic Brachial Plexus Neurolysis etc. Fellows will gain experience to a comprehensive exposure to simple to complex primary and revision shoulder arthroplasty. There is a robust research link to the Queensland University of Technology/ QUASR. https://www.quasr.com.au There is a strong research focus. Fellows are encouraged to publish and are supported in their endeavours by several research assistants.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 9 months

John O'Donnell Hip Arthroscopy Fellowship
Hip Arthroscopy Australia
21 Erin Street Richmond
Melbourne
Victoria
AUSTRALIA

Program Chair: John O'Donnell
61 - 3 - 94216133
61 - 3 - 94216144
Description: A six month fellowship involving approximately 300 hip arthroscopies, including FAI, labral repair and reconstruction and instability surgery. Fellows play an active role in our research program and are expected to publish at least two papers during their fellowship.
Number of fellows per year: 4
Training Session Length: 6 months

Peninsula Orthopaedics Research Institute (PORI) Hip & Knee Fellowship
Peninsula Orthopaedics
Suite 20, Northern Beaches Hospital 105 Frenchs Forest Rd West
Frenchs Forest
NSW
AUSTRALIA

Program Chair: David Dickison
+61299729100

Description: The PORI hip and knee fellowship provides a wide exposure to hip and knee arthroplasty and knee arthroscopy in both private and public settings. In particular, the fellow will become familar with robotically assisted (MAKO) surgery and the use of the optimised positioning system (OPS) for hip arthroplasty.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 6 months

Shoulder and Upper Limb Orthopaedic Fellowship
Private Practice
196 Melbourne Street
North Adelaide
South Australia
AUSTRALIA

Program Chair: Gregory Bain
+61883618399
+61882392237
Description: The Fellowship offers the opportunity to gain surgical experience and instruction in the management of disorders of the shoulder and upper limb. Australian Orthopaedic Association approved fellowship. Extensive clinical duties and management of disorders involved. Expected to perform clinical research during the 12 month period.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Shoulder Arthroscopy & Arthrosplasty Fellowship
Mater Hospital
Level 4, 259 Wickham Ter.
Brisbane
QLD
AUSTRALIA

Program Chair: Kenneth Cutbush
+61 7 38346797
+61 7 38346798
Description: The shoulder fellow is employed by both the Mater Hospital and the Brisbane Private Hospital. One day a week is devoted to research. The fellowship encompasses training in all aspects of shoulder surgery including arthroscopic latarjet and joint replacement surgery.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

Sports Orthopaedics and Knee Surgery Fellowship
Brisbane Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Centre
Level 6, Specialist Centre 259 Wickham Terrace
Brisbane
Queensland
AUSTRALIA

Program Chair: Dr Tim MCMeniman
+61738346635
+61738346637
Description: The Fellowship in Sports Orthopaedics and knee surgery offers experience in sports and elective soft tissue surgery along with arthroplasty and some upper limb exposure. The Fellow works closely with the supervisors in both the Private and Public hospitals. There is opportunity to assist with team coverage. Research is strongly encouraged.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Sydney Orthopaedic Research Institute Fellowship
Sydney Orthopaedic Research Institute
Lvl 1, The Gallery 445 Victoria Ave
Chatswood
NSW
AUSTRALIA

Program Chair: Dr David Parker
61 - 2 - 99047182
61 - 2 - 94100666
Description: Fellowship covers all areas of knee surgery (clinical work and research). Extensive exposure to primary and revision arthroplasty, including latest technology eg robotics, arthroscopy, sports reconstructive surgery and trauma including major ligamentous disruptions and periarticular fractures. Regular clinical and scientific meetings. Fellow will be expected to produce at least one research project suitable for presentation at an international meeting and subsequent publication. Teaching of junior medical staff and other health professionals will also be involved. Weekly schedule will usually involve two days in the operating theatre, two days reviewing patients in clinics and one day pursuing research projects.
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

BOLIVIA

Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine
Instituto Tumi
Calacoto, Calle 21. Torre Lydia. Piso 1.
La Paz

BOLIVIA

Program Chair: Nils Calderon Tejerina
+59176776743

Description: Visit La Paz, Bolivia in South America. You will know ways of working in public and private hospitals in our country. You will learn to solve knee, shoulder, hip and sports medicine problems, our way. You will also know the ancestral culture of our country, gastronomy and other novelties.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 3 months

BRAZIL

Arthroscopic Surgery and Sports Trauma
Ctea - Arthroscopic Surgery and Sports Trauma
BR116, no 4021
Curitiba
Parana
BRAZIL

Program Chair: Edmar Stieven Filho
055 41 3315 1900

Description: Ctea – Arthroscopic and Sports Traumatology Center Fellowship - Arthroscopic Surgery and Sports Trauma (knee, shoulder, ankle and hip). 12 Staffs – three with Masters Degree and three PhDs. (See: http://migre.me/40RTg) More than 10 year of fellowship (since 2000). Complete program with surgeries, clinical meetings, and tutorial for reading articles. (See in Pt-Br: initial approach http://migre.me/3PMox ; Schedule http://migre.me/3PMjo; complete agenda http://migre.me/40S2l)
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

Estágio de Especialização em Cirurgia do Joelho
Hospital Universitário de Londrina
Av. Robert Koch, 60 Operária, Londrina - PR
Londrina
Parana
BRAZIL

Program Chair: Carlos E S Vaz
+5543991611717

Description: Knee surgery fellowship with experienced knee surgery professors and a full practice and theory program
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

Knee Surgery Fellowship
Hospital Madre Teresa
Av. Raja Gabablia, 1002 Gutierrez
Belo Horizonte
MG
BRAZIL

Program Chair: Lucio Honorio de Carvalho Junior
55 - 31 - 986247929
55 - 31 - 32644774
Description: Private Service of Knee Surgery, focused on arthroscopy, arthroplasty and osteotomy surgery.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

Knee Surgery Fellowship
Hospital de Ortopedia Uniorte
Av Higienopolis, 2600 Guanabara
Londrina
Paraná
BRAZIL

Program Chair: Marcus Vinicius Danieli
+55(43)991464799

Description: Fellowship program authorized by the Brazilian Society of Knee Surgery. About 1000 knee surgeries by year. Our program covers theory, practice, rehabilitation and diagnostic imaging with experienced surgeons.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Knee Surgery, Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine
Cajuru University Hospital - Pontific Catholic University - Paraná
Rua São José, 300 - Cristo Rei.
Curitiba
Paraná
BRAZIL

Program Chair: Fabiano Kupczik
+554131143140
+554131143140
Description: Fellows will be trained in knee surgery, arthroscopy, ACL/PCL/PLC/PMC reconstructions, knee fractures, meniscal and chondral surgery, MPFL reconstruction, TKA, knee osteotomy, knee dislocation, shoulder and hip arthroscopy, sports medicine injuries, clinic meeting, case discussion and workshops.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

Knee surgery: Sports and Reconstruction
Santa Casa de Fortaleza /Centro do Joelho
Av Dom Luís, 1200, Sala 2214 Meireles
Fortaleza
Ceará
BRAZIL

Program Chair: Marcelo José Cortez Bezerra
85997750000

Description: Fellowship program takes place in Santa Casa de Fortaleza Hospital and Centro do Joelho, wich is a private knee center. Knee Sports surgery, knee replacements, knee osteotomies, patelofemoral alignments are rotinely done on OR. Hospital rounds, medical office, presentations are part of the felllowship.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship
Faculdade de Medicina do ABC and Ipiranga Hospital
rua Dr. Henrique Calderazzo, 321
Santo Andre
SP
BRAZIL

Program Chair: Roberto Ikemoto
5511994194001

Description: Fellow training in shoulder and elbow fracture, arthroscopy and arthroplasty where they have cadaveric lab and athroscopy lab.
Number of fellows per year: 5
Training Session Length: 12 months

Shoulder and Elbow, Knee and Sports Medicine
NAEON
Av Ibirapuera 2144 cj 82
Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo
BRAZIL

Program Chair: Jose Carlos Garcia Jr.
+55 11 26499728

Description: We offer Fellowship programs in Shoulder and Elbow (3 Fellows), Knee (2 Fellows) and Sports Medicine (1 Fellow).
Number of fellows per year: 6
Training Session Length: 12 months

Shoulder and Elbow, Knee, and Sports Medicine
NAEON
Av Ibirapuera 2144 cj 82
Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo
BRAZIL

Program Chair: Jose Carlos Garcia Jr.
+55 11 26499728

Description: We offer Fellowship programs in Shoulder and Elbow (3 Fellows), Knee (2 Fellows) and Sports Medicine (1 Fellow).
Number of fellows per year: 6
Training Session Length: 12 months

University of São Paulo Knee Surgery Fellowship
Instituto de Ortopedia e Traumatologia do Hospital das Clínicas da Universidade de São Paulo
Rua Ovídio Pires de Campos, 333
São Paulo
SP
BRAZIL

Program Chair: Riccardo Gomes Gobbi
+55 11 99144 8721

Description: Hospital das Clinicas at University of São Paulo is the largest academic hospital in Brazil. Our Orthopedic Department building has 9 floors, 11 orthopedic surgery rooms, arthroscopy laboratory, biomechanics laboratory and several other facilities.
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

Curso de Cirurgia de Ombro e Cotovelo Hospital IFOR - Rede D`Or
Hospital IFOR - Rede D`Or
Rua Americo Brasiliense 596 Centro
Sao Bernardo do Campo
Sao Paulo
BRAZIL

Program Chair: Luciano Pascarelli, MD
+55 11 4083 6700
+55 11 4083 6700
Description: Curso de residencia medica na area de cirurgia de ombro e cotovelo com duraçao de 01 ano, credenciado pela SBOT/SBCOC.
Number of residents per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
Hospital IFOR Rede D´Or
Rua Americo Brasiliense 596
São Bernardo do Campo
São Paulo
BRAZIL

Program Chair: Luciano Pascarelli
+55 11 965842844

Description: The residency program in shoulder and elbow surgery consists of outpatient follow-up and all group surgeries, always accompanied by one of the assistants. The resident will participate in arthroscopic shoulder and elbow surgeries, as well as arthroplasty and new techniques. The annual average of surgeries of the service is 700 procedures. The resident is evaluated regularly and is required to submit a specific paper for completion of the course.
Number of residents per year: 3
Training Session Length:

CANADA

Banff Sport Medicine Orthopaedic Sport Medicine Fellowship
Banff Sport Medicine
PO Box 1300 Apt 511
Banff
AB
CANADA

Program Chair: Michaela Kopka
403-760-2897
403-760-8234
Description: The Banff Sport Medicine Fellowship is a one year program in which the Fellow will work directly with four preceptors focused on arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee and shoulder. It is open to all graduates of Canadian orthopaedic residency programs as well as any international institutions that meet the criteria for training. Please see our website for more details.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Joint Preservation, Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy
QEII Health Sciences Centre
5955 Veteran's Memorial Lane Room 2106
Halifax
Nova Scotia
CANADA

Program Chair: Ivan Wong
902-473-7626
902-425-3879
Description: This fellowship is an opportunity to advance research skills, present at national and international conferences as well as to attain numerous publications, with the aim to further the aspirants experience for preparation for a career in orthopaedic surgery, sports medicine in an academic center. You will be expected to expand your knowledge in the field of orthopaedic research, which we hope will inspire and help you to conduct future orthopaedics research of your own.
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

Knee Surgery Fellowship
CIUSS NIM, Université de Montreal
Service d'orthopédie, Hopital du Sacré Coeur de Montreal 5400 boul Gouin ouest
Montreal
Qc
CANADA

Program Chair: Julio C Fernandes
+1 514 338 2222, ext 2060
+1 514 338 3661
Description: Sports and Knee Reconstruction Surgery, Mensical repair/transplantation, multi-lligament reconstruction, cartilage repair and transplantation, patellar instability, Unicompartmental, PFJ and Total knee primary/revision arthroplasty. Hands-on fellowship with full privileges.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

McGill Orthopedic Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Fellowship
McGill University Health Center
1650 Cedar Ave.
Montreal
Quebec
CANADA

Program Chair: Dr. Mark Burman
514-934-1934 ext. 42568
514-934-8453
Description: Busy Clinical Fellowship with ample opportunity for research. The fellow will work with a team of fellowship trained sports medicine surgeons in the care of athletes of all levels and ages, including pediatric, high school, college, university and professional athletes. Emphasis is on reconstructive surgery of the knee & shoulder, including ACL and multi-ligamentous knee injury reconstruction, Knee Arthroplasty, Osteotomies, revision surgery, open and arthroscopic instability repairs and open and arthroscopic cuff repairs. The fellow will primarily be involved with ambulatory surgeries, however exposure to inpatient surgeries and trauma exists.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

McMaster Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Fellowship
McMaster University
1200 Main Street West 4E15
Hamilton
Ontario
CANADA

Program Chair: Olufemi Ayeni
9055212100
9055219992
Description: A Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy fellowship covering hip, knee and shoulder arthroscopy in adult and pediatric populations. Coverage of collegiate and professional sports teams is available as well as extensive research opportunities due to existing research infrastructure. There is an emphasis on evidence based decision making in clinic and surgery.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

Orthopaedic Sports Medicine University of Manitoba
Pan am Clinic
75 Poseidon Bay
Winnipeg
Manitoba
CANADA

Program Chair: Dr. Peter MacDonald
1 - 204 - 9257480
1 - 204 - 4539032
Description: Busy fellowship with high volumes in a renowned Canadian Sport Medicine Center with profession team coverage and a strong research program
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

Sports and Knee Reconstruction Surgery
CIUSS NIM, Université de Montreal Service d'orthopédie, Hopital du Sacré Coeur de Montreal
5400 Gouin Boulevard West H4J 1C5
Montréal
Quebec
CANADA

Program Chair: Julio C. Fernandes
514-338-3661, 514 338-2222 ext. 2489, 514-338-2320

Description: This Fellowship program is a great opportunity for orthopedic physicians, as we can meet and learn different techniques and updated techniques.Fellows will learn about cutting-edge technology in the application of knee surgery and various therapeutic options, hand in hand with experts. There is opportunity to bring international relations through this program and apply this to our country of origin so that our patients receive the best and most up-to-date treatment.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

Univerisity of British Columbia Reconstructive Arthroscopy
University of British Columbia
Gordon and Leslie Diamond Health Care Centre 11299 – 2775 Laurel Street
Vancouver
BC
CANADA

Program Chair: Dr. Jordan Leith
604-875-4111 x 23043

Description: The Fellowship provides diverse exposure to the treatment and care of patients with activity related musculoskeletal injuries. The Fellow will participate in approximately 500 operative cases during the year, including shoulder arthroplasty, hip arthroscopy and multilligament reconstructions of the knee.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

University of Toronto Orthopaedic Sport Medicine Program
Womens College Hospital
76 Grenville Avenue Room 7432
Toronto
Ontario
CANADA

Program Chair: John Theodoropoulos
416-586-4800 ext 8699
416-586-8501
Description: 1. To provide expert evidence based care for soft tissue trauma and sports injuries, including specialized care for complex problems. 2. To advance science in soft tissue and sports trauma by design, implementation and participation in quality clinical trials. 3. To measure health services outcomes and assess population health through value and access to care. 4. To develop and establish novel methods of assessing competence in postgraduate medical education, with a focus on surgical simulation.
Number of fellows per year: 8
Training Session Length: 12 months

University of Toronto
University of Toronto
500 University Ave #602
Toronto
Ontario
CANADA

Program Chair: Markku Nousiainen
(416) 967-8639
(416) 967-8781
Description: The University of Toronto’s orthopaedic training program has as its major objective not only clinical excellence but also academic excellence. We believe that a formal research experience is an essential component of orthopaedic training, and furthers our mandate to train the academic leaders of tomorrow. In July of 2009, our program commenced a pilot competency-based education stream.
Number of residents per year: 9
Training Session Length:

CHILE

Clinical Fellowship
Hospital Clínico Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Marcoleta 367
Santiago

CHILE

Program Chair: Sebastián Irarrázaval
+56 998835989

Description: This program provides a comprehensive exposure to all areas of knee surgery, including arthroscopy, ligament reconstruction, arthroplasty, and trauma. This is the first ranked university in Latin America, with strong focus on clinical and multidisciplinary research.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Fellowship en Cirugia de Rodilla / Knee Surgery Fellowship
Universidad Finis Terrae - IST
Av. Pedro de Valdivia 1509, Providencia, Facultad de Medicina - Escuela de Postgrado
Santiago
Region Metropolitana
CHILE

Program Chair: Rafael Martinez MD-PhD
+56962603339

Description: El programa corresponde a una entrenamiento intensivo en patologia de rodilla enfocándose en la resolución quirúrgica mediante técnicas artroscópicas y tradicionales, con énfasis en lesiones deportivas, fracturas y artroplastías. Incluye conceptos de docencia e investigación. El alumno debe publicar al menos un trabajo científico en una revista indexada. This fellowship provides an intensive exposure to all disorders of the knee with focus in arthroscopy, sport medicine, fracture and knee replacement. The program includes clinical research and the fellow must produce at least one paper suitable for publication in a peer reviewed journal.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

HCMS Knee Reconstruction, Trauma and Arthroscopic Surgery
Hospital Clínico Mutual de Seguridad
Avenida Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins 4848 Estación Central
Santiago
Región Metropolitana
CHILE

Program Chair: Gonzalo Espinoza Lavín
(56) 226775490

Description: 12-month program at one of the highest volume centers in South America (more than 1000 knee surgeries per year), that provides extensive education in knee surgery, focusing in complex reconstruction and trauma cases, revisions, cartilage repair, multi ligament reconstruction, meniscal repair, osteotomies and patellar instability.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Knee Surgery
Hospital del Trabajador
Ramón Carnicer 185, Providencia
Santiago
Region Metropolitana
CHILE

Program Chair: Nicolás Gaggero
+56 9 91396816

Description: The fellowship aims to educate on all aspects on Knee Surgery (Arthroscopy, Trauma around the knee, Arthroplasty, Ligamentary reconstruction). The candidate will be exposed to simple and complex knee surgery; will have the opportunity to attend to cadaver lab sessions and two specialty congress. Our hospital is also an AO accredited Center.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Programa de Especialidad en Ortopedia y Traumatologia
Hospital Traumatologico. Universidad de Concepcion. Chile
San Martin 1580
Concepcion
Concepcion
CHILE

Program Chair: Edgardo S. Sanzana
+56-41-3270147
-
Description: The Medical Specialty Program in Orthopedics and Traumatology of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Concepción has a duration of three years and is carried out in face-to-face mode and with exclusive dedication at the Traumatology Hospital of Concepción, Chile.
Number of residents per year: 6
Training Session Length:

CHINA

Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine
Peking University Institute of Sports Medicine
Peking University Third Hospital #49 North Garden Road, Haidian District
Beijing
Beijing
CHINA

Program Chair: Ao Yingfang
86-10-8226 7610

Description: The Institute is the nation’s oldest, leading and busiest practice for sports medicine, with more than 9,000 surgical procedures performed annually. It is also the oldest and most influential arthroscopic training center in China, every year accepting over 100 fellows (totally 4,500 doctors from 445 hospitals).
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 6 months

Knee Stability Reconstruction
Department of Sports Medicine, Shanghai Sixth People's Hospital
600 Yishan Road
Shanghai

CHINA

Program Chair: Jinzhong Zhao
+8613917396491

Description: This program is set to master every kind of knee stability/ligament reconstruction techniques.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 6 months

COLOMBIA

Hip Preserving Surgery and hip joint replacement
Osteoarticular Disease Institute- Centro Medico Imbanaco
Carrera 38a # 5a 100
Cali
Valle del Cauca
COLOMBIA

Program Chair: Bernardo Aguilera B
+5725584340 cell phone +3155268429
+5725584656
Description: Program with emphasis in pelvis and hip disease. We do around 150 hip arthroscopy, 20 PAO, 10 Femoral osteotomy and 50 hip Arthoplasty in a year
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

Orthopaedic Surgery
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
KR 7 # 40-62
Bogotá
DC
COLOMBIA

Program Chair: Leonardo Garavito
573165339220

Description: It is a four year programme, in five different hospitals in Bogotá, Colombia.
Number of residents per year: 6
Training Session Length:

EGYPT

Assiut Arthroscopy Fellowship
Assiut University Hospital
Assiute University
Assiut
Governerate of Assiut
EGYPT

Program Chair: Mohamad M. Abdelhamid
00201111230095

Description: This fellowship provides comprehensive exposure to all disorders of the knee. The fellow will be exposed to all areas of knee surgery, including arthroscopy, ligament reconstruction, joint preservation osteotomy, as well as some trauma including major ligament disruption. The fellow will also be exposed to all shoulder, ankle, and hip arthroscopic surgeries. There is a strong focus on clinical research and the fellow is expected to produce at least one paper suitable for publication in a peer reviewed journal.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 6 months

ESTONIA

Orthopaedic Surgery Residency
Tartu University Hospital
Puusepa 8
Tartu
Tartumaa
ESTONIA

Program Chair: Toomas Tein
372 - 7 - 318289

Description: The teaching hospital with the longest history dating back to 1804. The clinic of Traumatology and Orthopaedics is divided into 2 departments: Traumatology (specializing in emergency traumatology as well as sports medicine, arthroscopic and hand surgery) and into Orthopaedics (specializing in arthroplasties and bone tumors)
Number of residents per year: 5
Training Session Length:

FINLAND

Tampere Knee Ligament Fellowship
Sports Medicine and Arthroscopic Center Mehilainen
Itainenkatu 3
Tampere
Pirkanmaa
FINLAND

Program Chair: Timo Järvelä
407331245

Description: Tampere Knee Ligament Fellowship Program gives the opportunity to observe and assist arthroscopic knee surgeries like meniscal repair, ACL reconstruction with double-bundle and single-bundle techniques, MPFL reconstruction, MCL reconstruction and LCL reconstruction. There is also the opportunity to do some clinical research.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 3 months

FRANCE

Knee and Hip Arthroplasty and Sport Fellowship Program
Orthopedie Lyon Croix Rousse
Hopital de La Croix Rousse 103 Grande Rue de La Croix Rousse
Lyon

FRANCE

Program Chair: Sébastien Lustig
+33 6 22 01 61 25

Description: The fellows will benefit from a comprehensive and high level education in knee and hip surgery (arthroplasty and sports surgery) in a department performing high volume and only elective surgery.
Number of fellows per year: 4
Training Session Length: 6 months

Knee Sport and Arthritis Fellowship
Croix-Rousse University Lyon Hospital, FIFA Medical Center of Excellence, Orthopaedic and Sport Medicine Department
103 Grande Rue de la Croix-Rousse
Lyon

FRANCE

Program Chair: Prof. Servien, MD PhD, Full Chair, Head of Department
+330426109251

Description: Applicant fellow has to be fluent in English There two clinical meetings a week in English (cases presentations discussion) and one scientific meeting every two months for research. Each fellow will receive at least two scientific works (clinical study, lab, etc.) Fellow will be allowed to assist and follow Prof. Servien and Prof. Lustig chairing the program during outpatient clinic and surgery. For further information, please contact directly our academic secretary (email: ortholyoncroixrousse@gmail.com).
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 6 months

Shoulder Fellowship in Paris
Groupe Maussins
67 rue de Romainville
Paris
+33 1 42 03 47 37
FRANCE

Program Chair: Geoffroy Nourissat, MD, PhD
+33 1 42 03 47 37

Description: The fellowship program consist in spending 4 days a week in clinical activity ( OR 2 days; Clinics 2 days) and one day research. Fluent english speaking or french speaking is mandatory. The fellow will be with other french fellows and attend clinics and courses.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 6 months

GEORGIA

Orthopedics and Traumatology
MediclubGeorgia
Tashkenti st 22a
Tbilisi

GEORGIA

Program Chair: Mikheil Zimlitski
+995 599 57 40 60

Description: The fellows will be able to actively participate in surgeries, daily ward work and in outpatient clinic. There will be no night duties and emergency cases.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 3 months

Orthopedics and Traumatology
MediclubGeorgia
Tashkenti st 22a
Tbilisi

GEORGIA

Program Chair: Mikheil Zimlitski
+995 599 57 40 60

Description: The fellows will be able to actively participate in surgeries, daily ward work and in outpatient clinic. There will be no night duties and emergency cases.
Number of residents per year: 2
Training Session Length:

GERMANY

Munich Sportsorthopaedics
University of Munich (TUM)
Dept. of Sportsorthopaedics, Hospital Rechts der Isar 22, Ismaniger Street
Munich

GERMANY

Program Chair: Andreas B. Imhoff MD.
+498941407820

Description: Arthroscopic Surgery of Shoulder and Knee, biomechanics and implants, Cartilage repair and transplantation, Meniscus transplantation, Tissue engineering
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

Sports Medicine and Arthroscopic Surgery
Southwestgerman Sporttraumatologie Center
Bahnhofstr.10
Uhingen
Ba-Wue
GERMANY

Program Chair: Dr.Jontschew
49 - 7161 - 9333712
49 - 7161 - 9333710
Description: Basic and Advanced Arthroscopy, Management of Acute and Chronic Sports Injuries, Joint Arthroplasty,MIS on the Spine,nonsurgical Treatment of Orthopedic and Trauma Dieseases.
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 24 months

Department of Trauma Surgery, University Hospital Regensburg
University Hospital Regensburg
Franz-Josef-Strauß-Allee 11
Regensburg
BY
GERMANY

Program Chair: Volker Alt
+499419446805

Description: Residency program with some conditions regarding full acknowledgment. Rotation to orthopaedic department necessary. Common trunk available, including emergency department and intensive care unit
Number of residents per year: 10
Training Session Length:

HONG KONG

HKU Sports and Arthroscopic Surgery Fellowships Program
Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Queen Mary Hospital, The Univesity of Hong Kong
No. 102, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong
Hong Kong

HONG KONG

Program Chair: Dr. YAU, Wai Pan
852-22554654
852-28174392
Description: The Division of Sports and Arthroscopic Surgery welcomes overseas doctors to visit our division as clinical fellows. The fellowship will be awarded to an orthopaedic surgeon to undergo a six-month training program in the Division of Sports and Arthroscopic Surgery, Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, The University of Hong Kong. The awarded fellows will be given the opportunity to join both clinical and research works in the field of sports medicine of shoulder, hip and knee during the fellowship program.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 6 months

INDIA

Arthroscopy and Sports Surgery Fellowship
Apollo Gleneagles Hospital
58 Canal Circular Road Near Salt Lake Stadium
Kolkata
West Bengal
INDIA

Program Chair: Manabendra Nath Basu Mallick
9830314691

Description: 1 year comprehensive stipendary full time program. Includes plenty of hands on clinical and surgical experience on sports trauma, fractures, and arthroscopic surgeries. Research activities 2 days/week. Presentations and publications compulsory within the period.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Dr. Arora's Clinical Research Fellowship in Shoulder and Knee Arthroscopy
Fortis Hospital, Dept. of Orthopaedics
Sector 62, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar
Mohali
Punjab
INDIA

Program Chair: Dr. Manit Arora
+91 99159 94243

Description: Fellowship program at the highest volume shoulder arthroscopy unit in North India for those that are wanting to learn the basics of shoulder arthroscopy and do clinical research. Hands on fellowship. Also access to a world class rehabilitation and biomechanics facility one day/week for clinical research on athletes.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 3 months

Shoulder-n-Knee Fellowship
Shoulder-n-Knee Clinic
11A Satguru, 16 French Bridge, Off Hughes Road Opp.Metro Motors
Mumbai
Maharashtra
INDIA

Program Chair: Dr.Sanjay Desai
+9122 23645330 / 23685319
+9122 23672698
Description: The fellowship will provide exposure in various conditions affecting the shoulder & knee joint. This covers all types of arthroscopic surgeries and arthroplasty of the shoulder & knee. The fellow is encouraged to publish at least one clinical paper and present at national/international conferences.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 6 months

IRAN, ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF

Fellowship of Knee Surgery
Tehran university-Shariati hospital,Dena hospital
Tehran,kargar avenue-Shiraz,Motahari avenue
Tehran,Shiraz
Tehran,Shiraz
IRAN, ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF

Program Chair: Professor M.N Tahmasebi
00989121260278

Description: Tehran university is the leading center for knee fellowship programs in the middle east. Tehran university fellowship program covers all aspects of knee disorders including sports surgery , reconstructive and arthroplasty.This 3 months traveling fellowship is available for young orthopaedic surgeons with interest in knee surgery.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 3 months

ISRAEL

Joint Preservation, Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy
Tel Aviv Medical Center
Weizman 6 St.
Tel Aviv

ISRAEL

Program Chair: Prof. Ehud Rath
+972-3-6974720

Description: The fellowship covers the knee, shoulder, and hip surgery in the adult population. The Program will take place in a state of the art facility under the mentoring of leading surgeons in their field. Clinical research is encouraged. There is an emphasis on evidence-based decision making in clinic and surgery.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

ITALY

Food Valley Sport Fellowship: Knee
Citta' di Parma Clinic
Piazzale Athos Maestri 5
Parma

ITALY

Program Chair: Paolo Adravanti
+393472393760

Description: The fellowship is a 6-month knee experience in a high-volume center. Young and willing surgeons have the opportunity to assist to all aspects of knee surgery, from sports medicine (multiligament surgery, posteromedial and posterolateral corner reconstruction, ACL and PCL reconstruction, revision and multiple revision ligament surgery, meniscal transplantation, osteotomy) through regenerative medicine to primary (PFJ replacement, UKA, BI-UNI and TKA) and revision replacement surgery. Candidates also have the opportunity to get in touch with the surgery of high level soccer and rugby players. Research is strongly encouraged and weekly clinical and scientific meetings are scheduled. During the fellowship the candidate will be expected to produce a research project and publication.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 6 months

Knee Arthroscopy, Reconstructive Surgery, Meniscal Transplant
Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute
Via Cesare Pupilli 1
Bologna

ITALY

Program Chair: Stefano Zaffagnini
+39051-6366111

Description: Ideal candidates are young surgeon or resident interested in advanced knee arthroscopy. Ideally, the fellow will discuss clinical cases and follow the surgeon in the OR. Surgeries performed: - ACL reconstruction with Over the top lateral plasty - Closing wedge osteotomy - Meniscal transplant (soft tissue technique) - Combined ACL/MAT or ACL/HTO or MAT/HTO or ACL/MAT/HTO - Multiligament reconstruction - Knee artroplasty
Number of fellows per year: 4
Training Session Length: Other

Knee Surgery, Arthroscopy and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
University Hospital of Rome Tor Vergata
Viale Oxford 81
Rome

ITALY

Program Chair: Umberto Tarantino
+390620903465

Description: This program is designed to encourage young surgeons who have a major interest in the management of knee and shoulder pathology, arthroscopic and open surgery, basic science and biologics. During this period, the training will be focused in the treatment of a young population as well as older patients. The fellowship aims to promote an interchange between surgeons around the world.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 3 months

JAPAN

Kameda Medical Center Research Fellowship
Kameda Medical Center, Department of Sports Medicine
929 Higashi-cho
Kamogawa-shi
Chiba-ken
JAPAN

Program Chair: Hiroshi Ohuchi
81 - 4 - 70922211
81 - 4 - 70991198
Description: We see sports injuries to be treated conservatively and operatively. Emphasis is placed on learning conservative therapy as well as arthroscopic surgery in the shoulder, knee, elbow, ankle, and hip. A rehabilitaion facility is included in our clinic building and basics and techniques of physiotherapy as well as athletic training can also be learned. The director of the program is on the Board of Directors for the Japanese Society of Orthopaedic Ultrasonics and orthopaedic ultrasound techniques can also be achieved.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

Knee Arthroscopy and Sports Trauma
Kyung Hee University Hospital
23, Kyung Hee Dae-ro, Dongdaemun-gu
Seoul

KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

Program Chair: Kyoung Ho Yoon
+8229588359

Description: This fellowship program will guide you through state-of-the art techniques on knee arthroscopy and sports trauma. We perform high volume cases on knee ligament, meniscus, and cartilage surgeries.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

Shoulder & Sports Medicine
Samsung Medical Center, Seoul
81 Ilwonro Kangnamgu, Main Building 5th FL Department of Orthopedic Surgery
Seoul
.
KOREA, REPUBLIC OF

Program Chair: Jae Chul Yoo
+821099333501
+82234100061
Description: It is shoulder and sports medicine specific fellowship. High volume of shoulder surgery and paper writing.
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

MEXICO

Arthroscopy and Joint Reconstruction Surgery
Hospital Angeles Tijuana
Paseo de los heroes 10999, Zona rio
Tijuana
Baja California
MEXICO

Program Chair: Dario Garin Zertuche
(664) 635-1813

Description: This is a highly academic fellowship program, where fellows participate in all daily activities; such as assisting during surgeries and clinics, and have the possibility of attending cadaver labs.The program focuses on hip and knee joint replacement, as well as sports medicine. We participate as consulting physicians of the domestic soccer team.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

High Specialty Course in Articular Medicine and Arthroscopy
Hospital de Ortopedia Peninsular
Av. Quetzalcoatl 104, Vergel 65
Merida
Yucatan
MEXICO

Program Chair: Felipe Camara Arrigunaga MD
+52 999 925 6090

Description: The program is very academic focused on deepening the knowledge of all treated patients and with systematic reviews and presentations of topics every morning from Monday to Friday. The formation we seek to be integral with direct contact to the patients and guided surgical practice.
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

NEPAL

Arthroscopy and Sports Injuries
Shree Birendra Hospital, Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences.
Chhauni
Kathmandu
(other)
NEPAL

Program Chair: Col. Dr Amit Joshi
+977 1-9841233850
+977 1-4270941
Description: This fellowship is aimed to teach the fellow skills of arthroscopy. Fellows will be rotated to prestigious hospitals of Kathmandu, and will have hands on opportunity with renowned arthroscopy surgeons.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Fellowship Program in Arthrosocopy and Sports Medicine
Grande International Hospital
Dhapasi, Tokha, Saraswati
Kathmandu
Bagmati Zone
NEPAL

Program Chair: Dr. Chakra Raj Pandey
+9779851026055

Description: I have learnt arthroscopy with a great hardship. It took many years for me to learn it since I finished my residency from Hacettepe University in Turkey in 1997. Dr. Ramon Cugat, Dr. MN Doral, Dr. Montse Garcia and many others know my story. After almost 21 years after my postgraduation in Orthopaedics, I have been able to establish the state of the art 200 bedded hospital in Nepal, called Grande International Hospital. I sincerely want whatever me and my team have learnt in arthroscopy to pass to the next generation. I also want to promote what I called ethical and evidence-based arthroscopic theory and practice in Nepal. I need your support to achieve selfless ambition to be a true mentor for many fellows from Nepal and elsewhere from the world.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

Knee Arthroscopy Fellowship
AKB Center for Arthroscopy, Sports Injuries and Regenerative Medicine,B&B Hospital
Gwarko, Kathmandu. Nepal
Kathmandu
Bagmati
NEPAL

Program Chair: Dr. Amit Joshi
9841233850

Description: AKB Center for Arthroscopy, Sports Injuries and Regenerative Medicine is a newly established center at B&B Hospital, one of the oldest private hospital of Nepal. Fellow will receive wide exposure in arthroscopy of various joints from various experts in that particular field.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

NEW ZEALAND

Auckland Hospital Arthroplasty Fellowship
Auckland City Hospital
2 Park Road Grafton
Auckland

NEW ZEALAND

Program Chair: Jacob Munro
+64 (09) 367 0000

Description: One year fellowship covering all aspects of hip and knee arthroplasty, including robotic-assisted TKR, navigated TKR, UKR, osteotomies, primary and revision hip and knee, periprosthetic fractures, and arthroscopic hip and knee.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

PHILIPPINES

Orthopaedic Residency Program
De La Salle University - Medical Center, DLSU- Health Sciences Institute
Gov. D. Mangubat St. Congressional Avenue
Dasmariñas
Cavite
PHILIPPINES

Program Chair: Joaquin C. Pandanan
+63 46 481-8000 loc. 1264

Description: This is a 4-year orthopaedic residency training program, with an extra 5th year for the chief resident, mainly on administrative functions. The resident rotates on a 6-monthly basis on different subspecialties with hands-on experience and has reaching responsibilities to 4th year medical students. Research is a requirement for all trainees, and are required at least 3 quality papers, to be presented at national &/or international level or published in a peer-reviewed journal.
Number of residents per year: 2
Training Session Length:

SPAIN

ExpertoUniversitario en Traumatología del Deporte y Cirugía Artroscópica
Instituto Médico Arriaza y Asociados
Enrique Mariñas, s/n
La Coruña

SPAIN

Program Chair: Rafael Arriaza
34 - 981 - 113030

Description: An extensive exposure to both open and arthroscopic surgery of knee, shoulder, hip, ankle and elbow in a convenient environment in a friendly city
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Fellow Internacional - Cirugia Artroscopica, Traumatologia del Deporte y Cirugia de Rodilla
Instituto Arriaza y Asociados
Edificio Coruña Sport Centre C/Enrrique Mariñas S/N 15009 A Coruña
A CoruÑa
Galicia
SPAIN

Program Chair: Rafael Arriaza
+34 639834473

Description: REVIEW OF MANAGEMENT OF SPORTS INJURIES AND CONGENITAS OF SHOULDER SHOULDER AND HIP, IN OPERATING ROOM AS IN CONSULTATION
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

Fellowship en Cirugia de Hombro y Codo
Hospital Universitario Ramón y Cajal
Cta Colmenar km 9.100
Madrid

SPAIN

Program Chair: Miguel Angel Ruiz Ibán
+34 655668479

Description: This is a one year training program for a surgeon that is allowed to practice orthopaedic surgey in the E.U. The program focuses only in shoulder and elbow, dealing with arthtroscopy, arthroplasty and trauma surgery of both joints. Funding includes a yearly stipend of 18.000€.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Formación avanzada en Cirugía Artroscópica y Traumatología del Deporte
Instituto Médico Arriaza y Asociados
Calle Enrique Mariñas, 32 Coruña Sport Centre
A Coruña
A Coruña
SPAIN

Program Chair: Dr. Rafael Arriaza Loureda
0034981113030

Description: Fellows attend clinic mondays and fridays, and surgery tuesdays, wednesdays and thursdays, rotating with the different faculty to gain wider exposure to different arthroscopic techniques. In some cases, an external 3 month rotation is organized if the fellow has a special interest in an área not fully covered in the Instituto Médico Arriaza y Asociados
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

SWITZERLAND

Lausanne Clinical/Research Knee Fellowship
Lausanne University Hospital
Avenue Pierre Decker 4
Lausanne

SWITZERLAND

Program Chair: Robin Martin
+41 (0)21 314 7679
+41 (0)21 314 4547
Description: The goal of the fellowship is to provide comprehensive education in conservative knee surgery with an emphasis on complex cases, revisions, osteotomies, cartilage repair (ACI), multi ligament reconstruction, meniscal repair and patellar instability. One day a week is devoted to research. Candidates must provide evidence that they have attained completion of specialist training program. No institutional funding available. Good knowledge of French or English required. Fellows will be exposed to approximately 400 cases a year.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

THAILAND

Clinical Fellowship for Sports Medicine
Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University
270 Rama 6 Road
Rajthevi
Bangkok
THAILAND

Program Chair: Nadhaporn Saengpetch
+6622011599

Description: This program is good for Thai and international surgeons who would like to practice and hand-on with a large academic resources.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

Khon Kaen Clinical Fellowship for Sports Medicine
Srinagarind Hospital, Khon Kaen University
123 Mittraparp Highway
Muang District
Khon Kaen
THAILAND

Program Chair: Artit Boonrod and Sermsak Sumanont
66816051160
6643348398
Description: Srinagarind Hospital is in the Khon Kaen University which is the largest University in the Northeast of Thailand. This program aims to improve the shoulder, elbow, and knee surgical skills. Additionally, the program is also fit for the fellow who is interested in cadaver laboratory and biomedical engineering for research.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Sports Medicine Fellowship
Chiagmai university, Dept. of Orthopaedics
110 Intavaroroj
Muang
Chiangmai
THAILAND

Program Chair: Chanakarn Phornphutkul
+66896361155

Description: Our program provides extensive training on knee and shoulder surgery. We usually have 2 local fellowship (1 year). For international fellowship training can be from 3, 6 or 12 months.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

TU Clinical Fellowship for Sports Medicine
Thammasat University
Khlong-neung sub-district
Khlong-luang
Pathumthani
THAILAND

Program Chair: Bancha Chernchujit
+6629269775

Description: Our programs include: learning, researching, practice with hand-on experience. This program will join together with the Thai Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine (TOSSM) program to archive the greatest experience during 12 months of training.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

UNITED KINGDOM

Cambridge Young Adult Hip Fellowship
Young Adult Hip Service, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge & Mobius Hip & Knee Clinic, Cambridge
Cambridge Nuffield Hospital 4, Trumpington Road,
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
UNITED KINGDOM

Program Chair: Mr. Vikas Khanduja
01223 370928
01223 370928
Description: The fellowship aims to educate the trainee in all aspects of young adult hip right from assessment of the young adult hip in the outpatients clinic to open surgical dislocations, hip arthroscopy and hip replacement in the young adult in the operating theatre. The fellowship has a heavy research focus and the fellow is expected to work on two research projects in his tenure. The fellow will also have the opportunity to attend two cadaveric courses and a Basic Science course during his time in the unit.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 3 months

Knee and Shoulder Arthroscopy Fellowship
The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital
Bristol Road South Northfield
Birmingham

UNITED KINGDOM

Program Chair: Martyn Snow
0121 685 4000 ext 55193

Description: The fellowship will provide training in current techniques in shoulder and knee reconstruction. The Fellow will gain experience in all aspects of arthroscopic shoulder surgery as well as complex shoulder Arthroplasty. A full spectrum of knee soft tissue reconstruction is undertaken including cartilage regenerative procedures, corrective osteotomy and MAT.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

UNITED STATES

Cleveland Clinic Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
Cleveland Clinic
5555 Transportation Blvd.
Cleveland
OH
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Lutul Farrow, MD
+1 (216) 518-3472

Description: This ACGME accredited fellowship offers an outstanding team physician experience, including coverage of professional football, baseball and basketball; world-class faculty in all sub-specialties with large clinical and surgical volumes; abundant research opportunities, and a great alumni program.
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

Duke Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship Program
Duke University Medical Center
Duke Sports Sciences Institute DUMC Box 3615
Durham
NC
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Dean C. Taylor, M.D., COL (ret) USA
1 - 919 - 668-1894
1 - 919 - 681-6357
Description: The purpose of this fellowship is to provide the fellows the basis of excellent clinical care and to become research leaders in the field of orthopaedic sports medicine. There are three main facets that provide this: the clinical experience, the research experience, and the leadership experience. In order for the fellows to complete the fellowship they must show satisfactory knowledge and skills, as well as performance as determined by the fellowship faculty in each of the above categories. Additionally, the fellows work closely with orthopaedic faculty and coaches with one-on-one discussions focused on leadership.
Number of fellows per year: 4
Training Session Length: 12 months

Knee Fellowship
Shelbourne Knee Center
1500 N. Ritter Ave. Ste. 500
Indianapolis
IN
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Rodney Benner
+1 (317) 957-9324

Description: The one-year, non-accredited fellowship beginning in August 2020 will be a paid, full-time position, with salary and benefits. This opportunity would be for physicians interested in sports medicine, soft tissue related knee injuries and non-operative and total knee arthroplasty treatment of osteoarthritis.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Oregon Shoulder Fellowship
Southern Oregon Orthopedics
2780 E. Barnett Rd Suite 200
Medford
OR
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Patrick J. Denard
5033208557

Description: The Oregon Shoulder Fellowship provides exposure to a high-volume, private-practice in shoulder and elbow. The fellow will participate in over 500 cases per year, primarily focusing on the shoulder. Apply through the ASES match.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

Orthopaedic Foundation for Active Lifestyles Fellowship Program
Orthopaedic Foundation for Active Lifestyles
2777 Summer Street Suite 500
Stamford
Connecticut
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Kevin D. Plancher, MD, MPH
2128765200
(212) 876-4440
Description: This fellowship focuses on operative and non-operative care of the young athlete. Surgical experience with complex cases is emphasized. Care of sports teams is part of the fellowship. All year access to a six-station BioSkills Lab on site, travel to courses, health benefits, car allowance, and parking is included. Applicants are required to have completed an approved US orthopaedic residency, be Board-eligible for ABOS, and be able to acquire a NY/CT medical license.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

Orthopedic Sports Medicine
Mayo Clinic
200 First Street SW
Rochester
MN
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Aaron J. Krych, M.D.
507-284-8314

Description: During the Orthopedic Sports Medicine Fellowship, you evaluate and treat a wide variety of athletic injuries to the knee, shoulder, hip and elbow using state-of-the-art arthroscopic techniques. The latest advances in multiligament knee reconstruction, meniscus transplantation, cartilage restoration, rotator cuff and shoulder instability, elbow ligament reconstruction, and hip arthroscopy are among the large variety of procedures highlighted during the fellowship year.
Number of fellows per year: 1
Training Session Length: 12 months

University of Colorado and Steadman Hawkins Clinic Denver Foot and Ankle Fellowship
University of Colorado and Steadman Hawkins Clinic Denver
12631 E. 17th Ave Room 4508
Aurora
Co
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Kenneth J, Hunt MD
303-724-8936

Description: The University of Colorado Foot and Ankle Fellowship provides comprehensive clinical experience in the care of foot and ankle injuries and conditions. This includes managing foot and ankle injuries for 2 major university sports programs and 6 professional sports franchises. In addition to acute injuries, Fellows gain significant experience in managing post-traumatic deformities and other debilitating conditions. Research is focused on clinical outcomes and basic science, advancing our knowledge of response to conditions and treatments.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

University of Colorado Sports Medicine and Shoulder Fellowship
University of Colorado
2150 Stadium Dr. 2nd Floor
Boulder
CO
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Eric McCarty, MD
303-724-7378

Description: The Fellow will be a member of the Division of Sports Medicine & Shoulder Surgery at the University of Colorado Medical Center with the goal of developing advanced skills in evaluating all aspects of sports medicine and shoulder reconstruction. This includes evaluation and treatment of orthopaedic injuries at the CU Sports Medicine Clinic in Boulder and Denver and two training rooms (University of Colorado and the University of Denver). The Fellow performs and assists with a large variety of sports medicine surgical procedures involving the knee, shoulder, elbow, hip, and ankle. This includes open and arthroscopic surgery, ligamentous reconstruction, meniscus repair and transplantation, cartilage grafting, labral repair, capsular plication, rotator cuff repair, and shoulder arthroplasty. The Fellow participates in resident and medical student education, and prepares Grand Rounds and journal club presentations. Also included is game coverage as one of the team physicians for the University of Colorado and the University of Denver varsity teams. Clinical and basic science research is required, with a goal of completing two publishable papers. This program offers equal participation in academic and collegiate environments. This fellowship participates in the San Francisco match.
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

University of Kentucky Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship
University of Kentucky
KY Clinic 740 S. Limestone, K403
Lexington
KY
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Scott Mair, MD
859-218-3044
859-323-2412
Description: The University of Kentucky Sports Medicine Fellowship provides a well-rounded look at the world of Sports Medicine including sideline team coverage, training room evaluation, operative and non-operative treatment of common musculoskeletal problems that we encounter in a Sports Medicine practice. We have four Orthopaedic attending physicians and two Primary Care-Sports Fellowship Trained on staff for the Sports Medicine service.
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

University of Minnesota: TRIA Sports Medicine & Shoulder Fellowship Program
TRIA Orthopaedic Center
8100 Northland Dr
Bloomington
MN
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Gary Fetzer, MD
952-806-5322
952-806-5469
Description: Since 1987, our Program has offered trainees a wide variety of clinical, surgical and research opportunities, as well as exposure to sports team coverage and training room experiences, which are fundamental pieces in the training of the next generation orthopedic surgeons.
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

University of Washington Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship
University of Washington Medical Center
1959 NE Pacific Street Box 356500
Seattle
WA
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Winston J. Warme, M.D.
1 - 206 - 543-3690
1 - 206 - 685-3139
Description: The UWMC Shoulder and Elbow Fellowships are one-year acting instructor appointments to our faculty with the ability to function as an attending physician. This in-depth clinical experience is initially heavily supervised, but progresses to independent decision-making and resident teaching.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

UPMC Sports Medicine Fellowship Program
UPMC Rooney Sports Complex
3200 South Water Street
Pittsburgh
PA
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Volker Musahl
412-432.3662
412-432-3690
Description: The primary goal of the Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship Program is education. Under the direction of the program director Volker Musahl, MD, and associate program director Craig Mauro, MD, the fellowship provides learning experiences in a state-of-the-art medical and sports-performance facility from a dynamic sports medicine team led by world-renowned orthopaedic surgeons. The four pillars of the educational program are the clinical rotations, didactic program, sports medicine coverage, and research.
Number of fellows per year: 5
Training Session Length: 12 months

UT Health Science Center at Houston Orthopaedic Sports Medicine and Shoulder Fellowship
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
6400 Fannin St. Suite 1700
Houston
Texas
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Christopher D. Harner
(713) 486-5527

Description: Our fellowship is a one-year program that offers an in-depth experience in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine and is intended to provide fellows with the skills and knowledge to further their development. Throughout the year, fellows will be exposed to surgical and non-surgical treatment of various conditions ranging from student, collegiate and professional athletes to weekend warriors. The sports fellowship program offers advanced training in arthroscopy of the knee, hip, shoulder, and elbow. In addition to a high patient volume, including athletes from all levels of competition, a strong emphasis is placed on team coverage specifically high school, collegiate and professional sports. The program further enhances the curriculum by offering monthly surgical skills labs in our state of the art facilities and dedicated time for clinical and translational research. For additional information about the fellowship, please visit our webpage at https://med.uth.edu/ortho/education-training/fellowships/sports-medicine-fellowship. Applications can be submitted through SF Match. The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Texas McGovern Medical School at Houston is proud to announce the addition of a fourth fellowship position for a one-year ACGME-accredited Sports Medicine Fellowship available beginning in academic year 2019-2020. The Sports Fellowship, under Program Director, Christopher D. Harner, M.D., will begin August 1, 2019. O
Number of fellows per year: 4
Training Session Length: 12 months

Wake Forest Baptist Health
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Medical Center Blvd
Winston-Salem
North Carolina
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Brian Waterman
13367169997
13367169997
Description: The Sports Medicine service at Wake Forest Baptist Health specializes in the highest level of shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and foot/ankle care. This division is nationally known for its commitment to excellence in clinic care, transitional research, and education.
Number of fellows per year: 7
Training Session Length: 12 months

Wake Forest Baptist Health Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship
Wake Forest Baptist Health
Medical Center Blvd
Winston-Salem
NC
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Brian R. Waterman, MD
336-716-8091

Description: Wake Forest School of Medicine’s Orthopaedic Sports Medicine & Shoulder Fellowship Program prepares you to pursue an academic career in sports medicine through outstanding research and teaching experiences, coupled with extensive clinical experience with a wide variety of athletes.
Number of fellows per year: 2
Training Session Length: 12 months

Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Wake Forest Baptist Hospital
One Medical Center Blvd.
Winston Salem
NC
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: John Li, MD, PhD
336-716-9351

Description: Wake Forest provides a true Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery Fellowship, from brachial plexus to fingertips, that includes arthroplasty and arthroscopy of all upper extremity joints.
Number of fellows per year: 3
Training Session Length: 12 months

San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium
Brooke Army Medical Center
3851 Roger Brooke Dr. Dept. Ortho and Rehab
Fort Sam Houston
TX
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Tad L Gerlinger
+1 (210) 916-3410
+1 (210) 916-7323
Description: SAUSHEC combines Army and Air Force personnel to provide a world-class medical facility. We treat both military and civilian patients and specialize in all orthopaedic fields, focusing on trauma and sports medicine
Number of residents per year: 8
Training Session Length:

Tulane University Orthopaedic Surgery
Tulane University School of Medicine
Dept. of Orthopaedics 1430 Tulane Ave., #8632
New Orleans
LA
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Paul B. Gladden, MD
5049885192

Description: Here at Tulane University School of Medicine, we have a dual role of education and service. Patient care is provided by our outstanding Faculty and Resident Staff. Our faculty are experts in orthopaedic problems for patients of any age, whether it is a musculoskeletal injury or a painful condition, such as arthritis. Our educational mission is to teach our residents, fellows, and medical students about all aspects of the musculoskeletal system. We have a fully accredited five year Orthopaedic Residency. Our doctors teach Tulane University Medical Students and Sports Medicine Fellows. Through presentations at regional, national, and international orthopaedic meetings, our doctors share their knowledge with doctors all over the world. We conduct clinical and basic research of the musculoskeletal system, as part of our mission, and our results are published in a wide range of medical journals.
Number of residents per year: 3
Training Session Length:

University of Minnesota Orthopedic Surgery Residency
University of Minnesota
2450 Riverside Ave. R200
Minneapolis
Minnesota
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Ann Van Heest, MD
(612) 273-9400
(612) 273-7959
Description: The Orthopedic Surgery Residency embraces the metro area of Minneapolis and Saint Paul and provides training at six key institutions, with a faculty of more than 60 regionally and nationally known orthopedic surgeons. We are a nationally recognized and highly competitive program and will provide an education that is an excellent basis for a career as a general orthopedist, orthopedic subspecialist, or academic orthopedic surgeon. We train competent, ethical, and board certifiable orthopedic surgeons.
Number of residents per year: 8
Training Session Length:

University of South Alabama Orthopaedic Surgery
University of South Alabama
1601 Center Street Suite 3N
Mobile
Alabama
UNITED STATES

Program Chair: Albert W. Pearsall, IV, MD
251-665-8250
251-665-8255
Description: Our program is a dynamic five-year curriculum that includes twelve months of combined orthopaedic/general surgery education and four years of direct orthopaedic education. In addition to our staff we offer complex integration with the community where there is a wealth of superbly trained surgeons eager to teach. During the PGY-3 year of training residents are afforded the privilege to rotate with the prestigious Dr. James Andrews at AREI, as an adjunct to your sports education with Dr. Pearsall covering division IA athletics at the University of South Alabama. The University’s athletic program consists of seventeen USA Jaguars men’s and women’s teams that compete in the Sun Belt Conference. In addition, there is opportunity for research and outreach around the globe to enhance your training. (Academic Based. 3 Residents / Year).
Number of residents per year: 3
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Supported in part by an educational grant from contributing sponsor: Smith & Nephew

International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine

2410 Camino Ramon, Suite 215
San Ramon, CA, USA 94583
Tel: +1 925.807.1197 • Fax: +1 925.807.1199