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Fellowship Programs

The Orthopedic Department provides four fellowship programs.  They are:

  • Adult Reconstruction Fellowship - This fellowship is designed to offer a comprehensive experience in hip and knee replacement – including a range of primary arthroplasty including direct anterior hip and partial knee replacement, computer-navigated and robotic-assisted hip and knee surgery, complex primary arthroplasty with post-traumatic deformity, skeletal dysplasia, hip/spine patients, revision hip and knee replacement, periprosthetic joint infection treatment,  and periprosthetic hip and knee fracture management.  Learn more about our Adult Reconstruction Fellowship Program.
  • Hand Surgery Fellowship – This fellowship is designed to provide a broad experience in hand and upper extremity surgery, including trauma, arthritis, congenital, and microsurgery.  The fellow may choose to be involved in a broad spectrum of elbow and shoulder reconstructive surgery.  Learn more about our Hand Surgery Fellowship Program.
  • Foot and Ankle Fellowship – This fellowship offers a diversity of experience in all areas of adult and adolescent foot and ankle surgery including sports medicine, trauma, and reconstruction of the foot and ankle.  The fellowship includes exposure to a wide variety of foot and ankle surgical techniques.  Learn more about our Foot and Ankle Fellowship Program.
  • Sports Medicine Fellowship – The purpose of the fellowship is to provide a broad based experience in all aspects of Orthopedic sports medicine. The fellow will receive experience in dealing with operative and non-operative problems of all joints.  Medical coverage is provided for over 700 Division I athletes on 20 teams at the University of Iowa, as well as non-university amateurs and professional athletes. Learn more about our Sports Medicine Fellowship Program.