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WORLD-CLASS CARE A HEALTHCARE DESTINATION FOR THE ENTIRE LIFE SPAN OF THE FAMILY

MAKING IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE

WORLD-CLASS Unparalleled Patient Experience Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute corrects orthopedic deformities for patients throughout a lifetime. From child to adult, the Institute creates life-changing hope for patients around the world. For more than 30 years, Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute has been providing concierge care to patients with bone and joint conditions ranging from minor fractures to the most complicated of limb or spine deformities. As the world leaders in reconstructive orthopedic surgery, the Institute provides patients with the most advanced, effective treatments customized to their individual needs. Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute is committed to raising the standard and outcomes of orthopedic surgery worldwide. Located at St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Florida, the Institute welcomes patients from near and far, coming from all over the globe to attain life-changing care.

CORRECTIVE CARE Centers of Excellence From the most common of diseases to the most rare of deformities, Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute brings a team of expertise that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The Institute strives for reconstruction over amputation, preserving limbs and joints through a restorative process. The most common areas of specialization include:

STATURE LENGTHENING

PHYSICAL AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

LIMB LENGTHENING

HIP PAIN

PEDIATRIC ORTHOPEDICS

CARTILAGE REPAIR

JOINT HEALTH

SPINAL DEFORMITY

GLOBAL Referrer & Patient Experience No other medical destination in the world can compare to the Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute. Physicians, specialists and insurance companies around the world refer their patients to the Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute particularly when the diagnosis is unclear, the procedure is insurmountable, or even the most common conditions warrant the best of care. The world-class surgeons and the personalized approach of the Patient Care Coordination Team provide comprehensive second opinions and consultative support for referrers to assure patients achieve the right diagnosis and the right access to care the first time around. As a Center of Excellence in highly complex orthopedic clinical services, the Institute seeks global partnerships to expand its footprint and advocacy through referral treatment, professional consultancy, and physician training that supports the entire lifespan of families in need of orthopedic care. The level of clinical expertise equals the overflowing compassion and personalized experience delivered by the Patient Care Coordination Team. Families can trust they will receive the world-class comprehensive medical care, and world-class compassion.

PARTNERSHIPS Clinical & Holistic Approach TOP QUALITY CLINICAL & REHABILITATIVE SERVICES

VALUE OF CONTINUUM CARE

QUICK TURNAROUND QUOTES

MULTI-LINGUAL PATIENT COORDINATORS

SEAMLESS MEDICAL RECORD TRANSFER

COMPREHENSIVE AFTERCARE

PARTNERSHIPS WITH RECUPERATIONS SERVICES

CLEAR AND TRANSPARENT PRICING

COMMUNICATION WITH REFERRERS

MAKING IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE Sylvie Sylvie’s diagnosis left her parents heartbroken. She would have a bowed left leg for her entire life it seemed. Sylvie was diagnosed with Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) and Congenital Pseudarthrosis of the Tibia (CPT). Despite her parents efforts to seek treatment, she fractured her tibia standing still in the bathtub just three weeks after her first birthday. The bones wouldn’t heal; and the outlook was grim after hearing that there was only a 50% chance of achieving bone union with surgery and a 100% chance of re-fracture even if union were achieved. This was coming from doctors at the top-ranked pediatric orthopedic hospital in the nation! The next step was amputation – and Sylvie’s parents couldn’t come to accept that. After bouts of research, Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute emerged as a place of hope. Sylvie underwent surgery at the Institute and achieved bone union just 6 weeks after surgery. She has had one minor touch-up surgery and one rod replacement since then. The expert medical care at Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute changed Sylvie’s life.

REACHING NEW HEIGHTS Liddy If Liddy never walked into Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute, she’d be a meager 3’8” in height. Instead, she stands tall today at 4’11”. Achondroplasia was the diagnosis at birth for Liddy. It’s a hereditary condition in which bone growth is retarded, resulting in short limbs. The treatment involves a series of many corrective surgeries in order to live a painless life. Liddy’s pediatrician recommended Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute for their reputation for making orthopedic miracles happen. As a nine year old girl, the idea of metal devices and physical pain was not an exciting thing to look forward to. But when the procedures began and her stature started to improve, it made everything worth it. After a series of surgeries, Liddy left Florida to return to her Kansas City home a teenager standing tall at 4’11”, more than a foot taller than she would have ever been without embarking on the journey.

TWO FEET ON THE GROUND Saddie At 3 days old, Sadie was diagnosed with Congenital Femoral Deficiency. We were not given any options at that time to correct anything with her leg or hip and had never heard of this condition until that day. We found Dr. Paley online a few months later and first met with him when Sadie was 6 months old. He told us he could correct her hip and lengthen her leg and we’ve never looked back. At 3.5 years old she underwent super hip 2 surgery and wore her first external fixator for 4 months. After 9 months of physical therapy and 2 surgeries, she had a functioning hip! At 6 years old she had her femur lengthening surgery and wore her 2nd external fixator for 6 months, lengthening her leg by 3 inches! We will continue to do lengthenings, therapy and treatment with the Paley Institute team until her feet are flat on the ground. In between treatments, Sadie is an active ice skater, ballet dancer, cheerleader and swimmer! We are so thankful to the Paley Institute team for making this possible for her and for all of their encouragement, help and friendship along the way.

INDISTINGUISHABLY ARTIFICIAL, INCONCEIVABLY ORDINARY Abdulhakim Almadi 37-year-old Abdulhakim Almadi, nicknamed Abdul, was born in Saudi Arabia with a combination of a congenital short femur and short tibia with absent fibula. Throughout life, Abdul tried to cope with wearing an array of different prostheses. He hated them all. They looked ugly and were too heavy. They weren’t comfortable either; they caused backaches and hip pain. A year ago, Abdul had enough. A hospital in Riyadh referred him to Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute for a treatment that sounded like something out of a science fiction movie: targeted reconstruction of the right hip and utilization of the ankle joint to function as a knee joint. In 9 months, 4 surgeries took place: super ankle, super hip, knee freeze and rotationplasty. On April 25th 2017, Abdul returned home to begin a new life with what he described as “a nice looking prosthesis” and more importantly, the ability to physically function like never thought of before.

Dror Paley, MD, FRCSC Medical Director Dror Paley, MD, FRCSC, is the founded the Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute in 2009 in West Palm Beach, Florida. Prior to that he was the founder (2001) and director of the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics, and the director of the International Center for Limb Lengthening (ICLL) at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore from 2001-2009. He was the Chief of Pediatric Orthopedics at the University of Maryland in Baltimore 1987-2001. He is internationally recognized for his expertise in limb lengthening and reconstruction. Dr. Paley trained under the guidance of Professor Ilizarov of Russia (Ilizarov method) and Professor Debastiani of Italy (Orthofix method). He organized the first Ilizarov course in 1987 and the first ASAMI North America (Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction Society) meeting in 1989. He served as the first president of this subspecialty society (now called the LLRS-Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction Society). He was the past president-elect of the International Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction Society and the Chairman of the Combined Meeting of ILLRS, LLRS, and ASAMI International-BR. He organized and ran the internationally attended Annual Baltimore Limb Deformity Course from 1989-2008. Dr. Paley has lectured and demonstrated surgery in more than 80 countries and provides training for specialists from around the world through a fellowship program.

David Feldman, MD Director, Spinal Deformity Center In 2015 Dr. David Feldman joined Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute to lead the new Spine Deformity Center and Hip Pain Center. He was previously Chief of Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery and a professor of Orthopedic Surgery and pediatrics at NYU Langone Medical Center / NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases. Dr. Feldman specializes in pediatric orthopedic surgery and sub-specializes in children with scoliosis and severe limb and hip deformities as well as hip and knee arthroscopy and advanced joint preservation techniques in children and adults. After graduating from the Albert Einstein School of Medicine in 1988, he interned in general surgery at NYU Langone Medical Center. He completed his residency in orthopedic surgery in June 1993 and spent the next year in fellowship at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto with a special interest in pediatric orthopedic surgery and pediatric spine surgery. Dr. Feldman brings over 20 years of experience in pediatric orthopedics, spinal deformity, and joint preservation to the practice. Dr. Feldman’s expertise with advanced non-surgical and surgical techniques has allowed hundreds of children to resume their normal activities after recovery times that are shorter than those of other methods.

Craig Robbins, MD Orthopedic Surgeon Craig Robbins was born and raised in Miami, Florida. He attended the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. in English, and then ultimately returned home to graduate from the University of Miami School of Medicine in 1999. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency at Tulane University in New Orleans in 2004. Dr. Robbins then completed his pediatric orthopedic fellowship in Memphis, TN, at the Campbell Clinic, in 2005. Following this, he completed a mini-fellowship in limb deformity correction with Dr. Paley in Baltimore. After training, Dr. Robbins and his family moved to Jackson, Mississippi. He spent 4 years in private practice and then in 2009 transitioned to the University of Mississippi Medical Center. In that same year he was named “Doctor of the Year” by DrScore.com for having the highest patient satisfaction rating of all physicians in their database. Dr. Robbins enjoys all aspects of pediatric orthopedics, but his specialty is treating children with congenital and acquired limb abnormalities. These include femoral deficiency, tibial and fibular hemimelia, congenital pseudarthrosis, post-traumatic growth arrest, malunions, nonunions, and various angular and axial deformities. Dr. Robbins has lectured around the country and regularly serves as an expert faculty member teaching techniques of external fixation and deformity correction to orthopedic surgeons.

Tom Minas, MD, MS, FACS, FRCS(C) Director, Cartilage Repair Center Dr. Minas joined Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute in 2018 after 30 years at Harvard Medical School, where he was a Professor of Orthopedic Surgery. He is a founding member of the ICRS (International Cartilage Repair Society-1997) and present Vice President of the Society. He brought Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation (ACI) to the United States in 1995 from Sweden and has done the most Cartilage Transplants in the world. He has further innovated many surgical techniques to treat osteoarthritis in the young and old arthritic patient and has developed and patented customized individually made knee replacements. Dr. Minas has written a book on cartilage repair and joint preservation of the knee as well as over 100 peer-reviewed articles in international journals. He has directed multiple international conferences on biologic repair of arthritic joints. Dr. Minas was awarded by the America Knee Society the prestigious Insall Award in 2013 for his work on the Long-Term Outcomes assessment of ACI in the knee.

Christina Schilero, DPM, AACFAS Foot & Ankle Surgeon Dr. Schilero joined the Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute in 2016 after completing her residency in foot and reconstructive rearfoot and ankle surgery at West Houston Medical Center. She has completed a fellowship with Dr. Paley and performs specialized treatments for a variety of foot and ankle conditions. She also specializes in an innovative approach to complex wounds.

Bradley Lamm, DPM, FACFAS Director, Foot & Ankle Center Dr. Bradley Lamm joined Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute in 2016 to lead the Foot & Ankle Deformity Correction Center. Dr. Lamm is an expert in treating diabetic foot deformities, ankle disorders, sports or athletic injuries, arthritis, flatfoot, bunions, hammertoes, and various other foot and ankle ailments. Dr. Lamm has been awarded numerous grants, published medical research in national and international journals on foot and ankle research (he has over 75 book chapters and peer review research articles), and has participated as an invited lecturer at dozens of medical conferences, meetings, and symposia. Dr. Lamm is the editor of the Research Section of the Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery and a peer reviewer for various medical journals. Dr. Lamm was voted “Top Doctor” in Baltimore Magazine numerous times and appeared on the television show The Doctors to discuss foot and toe lengthening. Dr. Lamm serves as a medical advisor on the Board of Directors for the Board of Certification/Accreditation, International. He is a Rotation Director and Professor at Harvard Medical School and trains physician residents from many surgical programs across the United States.

Claire Shannon, MD Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon

Bradley Lamm, DPM, FACFAS Director, Foot & Ankle Center

Dr. Shannon joined the Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute in 2019. She completed a Pediatric

Dr. Bradley Lamm joined Paley Orthopedic

Orthopedic Fellowship at The Hospital for Sick

Institute in 2016 to lead the Foot & Ankle De

Children in Toronto before joining the faculty

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(he has over 75 book chapters and peer rev

and is involved in numerous multicenter

research articles), and has participated as a

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limb reconstruction techniques.

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Dr. Harry Shufflebarger Pediatric Spinal Surgeon Dr. Shufflebarger joined the Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute in 2019. He received his medical degree at Emory University, in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1966. He then completed his internship and residency in orthopedic surgery at Emory affiliated hospitals. Dr. Shufflebarger has over 30 years of experience in care for children with spinal abnormalities, such as scoliosis, making him a standout, highly sought-after physician in his field. He stays involved with innovation, both in the non-operative and operative treatment of pediatric spinal conditions. His contributions in the area of spinal instrumentation have been significant and continuous for over two decades. His notable accomplishments include professor of orthopedic surgery and neurosurgery and clinical professor at the University of Miami. He has a board certification from the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America, and the Scoliosis Research Society, serving as president in 2000.

Jeffrey B. Cantor, MD Spinal Surgeon

Bradley Lamm, DPM, FACFAS Director, Foot & Ankle Center

Expert spine surgeon Jeffrey B. Cantor, MD, has decades of experience in spine treatment

Dr. Bradley Lamm joined Paley Orthopedic

and has performed over 7,000 spinal surgeries.

Institute in 2016 to lead the Foot & Ankle De

As the founder of the Cantor Spine Center at

Correction Center. Dr. Lamm is an expert in

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treating diabetic foot deformities, ankle diso

Lauderdale, Florida, his work is international-

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ly-recognized as being at the forefront of spine

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surgery.

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Dr. Cantor attended the University of Medicine

Dr. Lamm has been awarded numerous gran

and Dentistry of New Jersey in Newark, He then

published medical research in national and

completed his internship and orthopedic surgery

international journals on foot and ankle rese

residency at the University of Miami at Jackson

(he has over 75 book chapters and peer rev

Memorial Hospital in Florida. Dr. Cantor went on

research articles), and has participated as a

to serve at the William Beaumont Army Medical

invited lecturer at dozens of medical confer

Center, treating active duty military and family,

meetings, and symposia. Dr. Lamm is the ed

before completing the prestigious spine surgery

the Research Section of the Journal of Foot

fellowship at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak in

Surgery and a peer reviewer for various me

Michigan.

journals. Dr. Lamm was voted “Top Doctor”

Baltimore Magazine numerous times and ap Dr. Cantor treats all spectrums of spinal

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conditions, such as scoliosis, cervical and lumbar

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stenosis, lumbar spondylolisthesis, neck and

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back pain, and other severe spinal issues. If a

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patient does require surgery, he is keen on using

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safe and innovative techniques as well as the aid

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of ultrasonic technology.

surgical programs across the United States.

Jahangir “John” Asghar, MD Spinal Surgeon Dr. Asghar brings over 18 years of quality care and experience to Cantor Spine Center at The Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. At the center, Dr. Asghar oversees clinical research, ultrasonic, and robotic technologies for adult and pediatric scoliosis. His particular concentration lies in the treatment of patients of all ages with scoliosis and complex deformities of the spine. Dr. Asghar utilizes cutting-edge technology and a holistic approach when treating patients. Dr. Asghar attended St. George’s University School of Medicine in West Indies, Grenada, and completed his residency in orthopedic surgery at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Newark. He finished a fellowship in complex spine and spine deformity at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Asghar approaches patient visits in a highly communicative fashion, and always opts for the most noninvasive, comfortable solution possible. Through his creation of revolutionary, minimally invasive ultrasonic procedures, he is able to successfully treat conditions such as spinal deformity and scoliosis. Dr. Asghar and his spinal deformity team have gained national recognition due to the safety of their surgeries, advanced technology, and the quick recovery of their patients.

Anthony Giuffrida, MD Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Bradley Lamm, DPM, FACFAS Director, Foot & Ankle Center

Anthony Giuffrida, MD, brings his expertise as a board-certified psychiatrist and fellow-

Dr. Bradley Lamm joined Paley Orthopedic

ship-trained expert in interventional spine and

Institute in 2016 to lead the Foot & Ankle De

sports medicine to the team at Cantor Spine

Correction Center. Dr. Lamm is an expert in

Center at The Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute

treating diabetic foot deformities, ankle diso

in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. Giuffrida focuses

sports or athletic injuries, arthritis, flatfoot, b

on alleviating a patient’s pain with noninvasive

hammertoes, and various other foot and an

and technologically advanced methods. He

ailments.

always aims for long-lasting, holistic wellness, avoiding surgery, and addictive medications.

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Dr. Giuffrida attended medical school at

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State University of New York Upstate Medical

(he has over 75 book chapters and peer rev

University in Syracuse and completed his

research articles), and has participated as a

residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation

invited lecturer at dozens of medical confer

at Albany Medical Center in New York. He

meetings, and symposia. Dr. Lamm is the ed

underwent an interventional sports and spine

the Research Section of the Journal of Foot

fellowship at Alabama Orthopedic Spine &

Surgery and a peer reviewer for various me

Sports Medicine Associates in Birmingham. Dr.

journals. Dr. Lamm was voted “Top Doctor”

Giuffrida is board-certified with the American

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Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

on the television show The Doctors to discu

and toe lengthening. Dr. Lamm serves as a m Dr. Giuffrida is groundbreaking in his solutions

advisor on the Board of Directors for the Bo

for patients suffering from conditions such as

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back and neck pain as well as problems affecting

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Dr. Giuffrida is one of the sole practitioners to

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offer a new minimally invasive treatment, on the

surgical programs across the United States.

spectrum between conservative and surgical, for both spinal stenosis and degenerative disc disease.

Aaron Huser, DO Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Aaron Huser, originally from Wisconsin, rejoined the Paley Institute in 2020. He was a member of the Paley Institute as a fellow in 2017-2018 training with both Dr. Paley and Dr. Feldman. After his fellowship, he moved to Minnesota and worked at Gillette Children’s Healthcare specializing in limb deformity correction. However, his desire to care for patients from all over the world with complex limb deformities and develop innovative solutions led him back to Florida. He has presented at national conferences and authored numerous book chapters/articles. He looks forward to providing state-of-the-art care to reach optimal outcomes for his patients and their families. He believes through meticulous examination and principled problemsolving , patients’ complex concerns can be broken down and elegant solutions achieved.

Matthew Dobbs, MD, FACS, FAAOS, FAOA

Bradley Lamm, DPM, FACFAS

Director, Dobbs Clubfoot Center

Director, Foot & Ankle Center

Matthew Dobbs, MD, FACS is director of the

Dr. Bradley Lamm joined Paley Orthopedic

Dobbs Clubfoot Center at the Paley Institute in

Institute in 2016 to lead the Foot & Ankle De

West Palm Beach, Florida. Prior to that he was the

Correction Center. Dr. Lamm is an expert in

Dr. Asa C. and Mrs. Dorothy W. Jones Professor of

treating diabetic foot deformities, ankle diso

Orthopaedic Surgery and the Director of Strategic

sports or athletic injuries, arthritis, flatfoot, b

Planning at Washington University School of

hammertoes, and various other foot and an

Medicine. He also co-directed an NIH funded

ailments.

musculoskeletal genetics research laboratory and was founder (2001) and director of the clubfoot

Dr. Lamm has been awarded numerous gran

clinic at Saint Louis Children’s from 2001-2020.

published medical research in national and

He has been named a top orthopaedic surgeon

international journals on foot and ankle rese

by US News & World Report, Top Doctors,

(he has over 75 book chapters and peer rev

Castle Connelly, Consumers’ Research Council,

research articles), and has participated as a

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invited lecturer at dozens of medical confer

Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons, and St.

meetings, and symposia. Dr. Lamm is the ed

Louis Magazine. He is internationally recognized

the Research Section of the Journal of Foot

for his expertise and innovation in the field of

Surgery and a peer reviewer for various me

pediatric foot and lower limb deformities as well

journals. Dr. Lamm was voted “Top Doctor”

as in the management of patients with cerebral

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palsy spasticity.

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Professor Ignacio Ponseti (Ponseti method).

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Since that time, he has introduced the Ponseti

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method for clubfoot management to surgeons

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in more than 50 countries. Patients travel to

surgical programs across the United States.

see Dr. Dobbs from all 50 states and from more than 65 countries over six continents (North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia).

Stephen Quinnan, MD Trauma Reconstruction Surgeon Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Stephen Quinnan joined the Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute in 2020. Dr. Quinnan has been a major innovator in the field of orthopedic surgery, having invented and published multiple groundbreaking surgical treatments. Several of these are in the areas of treatment for limb deformity, severe fractures, and post-traumatic complications. Specifically, his pioneering work includes a new technique for bone transport with circular external fixation using internal cables known as Balanced Cable Transport. He also developed and has educated the world on the revolutionary method of BC-TATN, which is Balanced Cable Transport and Then Nailing. This method sets new records for what is possible in limb reconstruction achieving by far the fastest times to the completion of reconstruction ever reported with outstanding overall success rates for patients with bone loss. In addition to these major advancements, Dr. Quinnan also was a co-inventor of the Bone Transport Nail now manufactured by Nuvasive. In addition to these innovations in limb reconstruction, Dr. Quinnan also co-developed the first-ever technique for Minimally Invasive Surgery for Lumbopelvic Fixation. This method was co-published in the seminal work with Dr. Seth Williams and has now been widely accepted resulting in a major change in the treatment of severe posterior pelvic fractures, especially those of the sacrum. Dr. Quinnan also developed medical device systems for external fixation as well as plate and screw fixation with Globus Medical. In addition, Dr. Quinnan has been an early adopter and innovator in the area of 3D printing applications in extremity and trauma reconstruction including total talus replacement.

WORLD CLASS CARE Paley Institute patients come from all over the world. Click on the purple dots on the map below to read patient stories No other medical destination in the world can compare to the Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute. Physicians, specialists and insurance companies around the world refer their patients to the Paley Orthopedic & Spine Institute particularly when the diagnosis is unclear, the procedure is insurmountable, or even the most common conditions warrant the best of care. The world-class surgeons and the personalized approach of the Patient Care Coordination Team provide comprehensive second opinions and consultative support for referrers to assure patients achieve the right diagnosis and the right access to care the first time around. As a Center of Excellence in highly complex orthopedic clinical services, the Institute seeks global partnerships to expand its footprint and advocacy through referral treatment, professional consultancy, and physician training that supports the entire lifespan of families in need of orthopedic care. The level of clinical expertise equals the overflowing compassion and personalized experience delivered by the Patient Care Coordination Team. Families can trust they will receive the world-class comprehensive medical care, and world-class compassion.

Comprehensive Care from A-Z A

D • Absent Thumb • Achondroplasia • Adolescent AVN • Amniotic Band Syndrome • Amputees with Residual Short Limbs • Ankle Arthritis • Arthrogryposis • Avascular Necrosis of the Hip

• Developmental Dislocation of the Hip • Diastrophic Dwarfism

E • Ellis-van Creveld Syndrome

F • Fibrous Dysplasia • Fibular Hemimelia • Freeman Sheldon Syndrome

B • Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome • Blount’s Disease • Bone Defects • Bone Infection • Brachymetacarpia • Brachymetatarsia • Bunions

G • Gaucher Disease • Growth Arrest

H • Heart-Hand Syndrome • Hemihypertrophy • Hip Dysplasia • Hip Pain Center • Holt Oram Syndrome • Hurler’s Disease • Hypochondroplasia

C • Campomelic Dysplasia • Cartilage Hair Hypoplasia • Charcot Marie Tooth Disease • Charcot Neuroarthropathy • CHARGE Syndrome • Chondroectodermal Dysplasia • Clubfoot • Congenital Dislocation of the Hip • Congenital Dislocation of the Patella • Congenital Femoral Deficiency • Congenital Kyphosis • Congenital Pseudarthrosis of the Tibia • Congenital Scoliosis • Congenital Talipes Equinovarus

J • Joint Preservation & Replacement

K • Kyphosis

L • Larsen Syndrome • Limb Lengthening & Deformity Correction

M

R • Madelung’s Deformity • McKusick Syndrome • Melorheostosis • Mesomelic Dysplasia • Mono-Compartment Osteoarthritis • Multiple Hereditary Exostoses • Multiple Osteochondromas

N

• Radial Club Hand • Radiohumeral Synostosis • Rehabilitation & Physical Therapy • Robert’s Syndrome • Rotationplasty • Russell Silver Syndrome

S • Scheuermann’s Kyphosis • Scoliosis • Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis • Spina Bifida • Spinal Compression Fractures • Spinal Deformity • Spondyloepiphyseal Dysplasia • Spondylolisthesis • Stature Lengthening • Streeter’s Syndrome • SUPERankle • SUPERhip • SUPERknee

• Nail-Patella Syndrome • Neonatal Sepsis Sequelae • Neurofibromatosis

O • Ollier’s Disease • Osteoarthritis of the Ankle • Osteoarthritis of the Knee • Osteofibrous Dysplasia • Osteomyelitis • Osteonecrosis

P • Paget’s Disease • Pediatric Orthopedics • Perthes Disease • Pfeiffer Syndrome • Popliteal Ptergyium Syndrome • Post-Traumatic Growth Arrest • Posteromedial Bowing of the Tibia • Proximal Focal Femoral Deficiency • Pseudoachondroplasia • Ptergyium Syndrome

T • • • •

TAR Syndrome Thumb Aplasia Thumb Hypoplasia Tibial Hemimelia

U • Ulnarization

V • VACTERL Association

W • Whistling Face Syndrome

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