Adult Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship
Program Director: John S. Xenos, MD
Duration: One year
Location: Lone Tree, Colorado
The Colorado Orthopaedic Fellowship Program for Adult Reconstructive Orthopaedic Surgery began February, 2019
This fellowship participates in the San Francisco Match Program. All applications should be completed online through the SF Match site at: www.sfmatch.org.
The CORI Adult Reconstructive Hip and Knee Fellowship provides unparalleled clinical training and research opportunities in Adult Reconstructive Surgery, working one on one with the program director, a leader in the field. With more than 580 procedures performed annually, the fellow will be exposed to a wide range of reconstructive procedures including a substantial volume of complex primary total hip and knee arthroplasties. 10% of the total joint surgeries performed annually are revisions. In addition, the fellow will work with the program director on 75-100 sports injury surgeries per year. The total number of surgeries per year is 650-700.
The Adult Reconstructive Hip and Knee Fellowship includes experience and training in private practice clinical management through Colorado Orthopaedics. Fellows also spend a full two to three days in the office per week in order to gain experience with pre and postoperative patient management in the private practice setting.
CORI is established in conducting FDA clinical research trials, so there is a plethora of clinical material and resources available to the fellow to pursue a chosen research endeavor during the program and to prepare a poster for a national conference.
If you are considering a fellowship in adult reconstructive surgery, we hope you will consider our program. Thank you for your interest in our program and we look forward to meeting you in the future.
For more information, contact:
Scott Henderson, Executive Director
Adult Reconstructive Fellowship Coordinator