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Vincent S. Mosca, MD

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Vincent S. Mosca, MD

Orthopedics, Foot and Ankle Deformities, Lower Limb Differences

On staff since August 1985

Children's Title: Chief, Foot and Limb Deformities

Research Center: Center for Clinical and Translational Research

"The word orthopedics means straight child. As a pediatric orthopedic surgeon, I have the training and opportunity to straighten childrens arms and legs that are crooked and deformed because those limbs were made wrong, grew wrong, or were injured. My work is immensely satisfying, because it improves childrens comfort and function, allowing them to live more productive, normal lives."

Recommendations

BrandiKennewick Washington09.11.14
Dr. Mosca is an inspiration to me. I was the first person in the United States that he put the "cage" to lengthen my left leg. He did a presentation about me to students studying to be orthopedic surgeons. He inspired me to become a part of the health care field. I could never find the words to thank him enough. He changed my life, Literally, he was able to give me a normal childhood, without kids making fun of me. I grew up at Children's Hospital having 21 Surgery's in all. Children's is where I call home. The Doctors and the Nurses are amazing and made me feel so comfortable to be there. Believe it or not I always looked forward to my next surgery so I could see them again. Dr. Mosca is the best Orthopedic Surgeon I could have and would have every asked for. I miss seeing everyone now that it has been 20 years since my leg lengthening surgery and 14 years since my last surgery.
JackBellingham, WA07.24.14
I wish I could do more than type a simple recommendation as a thank you for what Doctor Mosca did. About 16-17 Years ago, I was born with a Club Foot. Though, I didn't have to worry. Nor, did my parents. I don't know how old I was, I'm guessing 8 months; But, Doctor Mosca did 1 surgery on my left foot and completely fixed my clubbed foot. Apparently, his words were "It was like God's hands turned this boy's foot around.". 1 cut is all it took too fix my foot. I am truely happy that this man was able to give me a functioning foot. Thank you.
MicahYakima, wa06.12.14
I was born in 1987 with 2 severely clubbed feet; my mother said that my feet We're turned upward and you couldn't even fit a piece of paper in between the top of my foot and my leg. I wore casts for an entire year prior to having surgery in 1988 done by Dr Mosca and a Yakima area doctor, Dr Place. After the surgery I had more episodes where I wore casts periodically and would go back to Childrens to be checked out by Dr Mosca and I am so grateful for him and his team because I can walk. I am continually reminded that I am physically blessed to be able to even walk and That is due to a great surgeon
SallyDunwoody, GA10.10.13
Dr. Mosca diagnosed and surgically corrected my son's deformity. We had moved around the country, which my husband's job, and no doctor could figure out why my son's legs would not come together when bent. We assumed Brian would always be this way; unable to run, swim, bike, walk correctly. However, after his pediatrician asked that we take him in for an unrelated test, a team of doctor's went to work looking for a solution. We had truly given up hope. He was a freshman in high school. Dr. Mosca had remembered seeing this condition in a journal years ago, studied it, and performed the surgery! It was THE answer! We love him so much that we are now bringing our other son all the way from Atlanta to see him! It is a financial sacrifice, but I won't trust any other doctor when it comes to orthopedics anymore!
RamirezOutlook WA08.09.13
My son Alexander was born with a short right femur(upper leg bone)which also suffered a fracture a week after birth, being a parent for the first time made this even a scarier experience. We consulted another medical hospital wich didnt provide us with any answers in fact everything they DID tell us scared us even more. We thought our son would never walk/crawl or do any normal movement like the rest of us, "we were horrified". Luckly at 3 months of age we asked that he be reffered to Children's which turned out to be a blessing!!! His first years of treatment were with Dr. Schamale but Dr. Mosca has always been involved in his case. They both had answers to everything we asked assured us that it was not as bad as we were initially informed and that my sons case was not only not unique rare or untreatable that in fact they had seen other cases like his. Our jurney has been long and although I iniatially did not make this easy on them they were understanding of all my doubts and fears, and patiently answered and dealt with this over protective, doubful mom. My son is now 8 years old, he has under gone several surgeries to repair his leg bone and will eventually undergo a lenghtening procedure, it has not been nor will it ever be easy emotionally but it is very reassuring to see how much Dr. Mosca cares for each individual case, I can honestly say we couldnt be in better hands. He is truly very knowledgeable which makes it easier to cope with any doubt and fear you have. Thank You Dr. Mosca for everything you have done thus far for my son, you truly are an example to many in your field. Even though he is still young my son now aspires some day to follow in your footsteps so that he can help other children with this issue the way you have helped him. Thank you for your expertise, passion and overall care.
MagdaKirkland, Washington02.07.13
Dr. Mosca treated my daughter Daniella from club foot, she is now 5 years old and a very happy girl, me and my husband will be always thankfull with Dr. Mosca, god bless him.
abdulrazaklynnwood wa12.12.12
dr. mosca i just want to let you know we always appreciate what you done to my daughter sanaa she is now 7 years old doing just fine after the hip surgery she had five years ago ,we always thank you for the great job you did,wish you the best
Michael Santa Fe, NM11.15.12
Dr. Mosca you are remarkable. Last December we brought are son to you for an operation to correct his foot's tarsal coalition problem. From a young age he would complain of the pain in his foot after sports. As he hit the teens the pain would occur during day to day walking around. As he grew the situation would have become worse. Your skill and procedure corrected the foot with a bone graph and a seperation of bones. Today he has 100% mobility. And to think, before finding you we visit many doctors that simply said our son would have to simply live with the pain or fuse the ankle.
CarmelYakima11.11.12
This man is a phenomenal surgeon, and a great human being...he operated on my daughter 24 years ago, and she has been able to live a normal life because of his expertise.She had a severe case of *club foot*, and he operated at 12 months on her...She never needed another surgery...and I thank God for him. Now she's a mama, and living a full life...:) He actually showed up at the hospital to check on her on Christmas day, and brought her a gift...God bless him!!!! :)
HeatherLos Angeles, CA09.18.12
Dr.Mosca did surgery on my leg and I have a metal rod in it when i was 15. I am now 26 and can walk better. He's the BEST doctor at Children's hospital and VERY nice! I will always be grateful to him.
benseattle, washington05.24.12
Dr Mosca is about to preform surgery on my foot i am thirteen years old and never relized that someone i just met could have such a great impact on me.. i would recommend him to any one who is looking in the direction of orthopedic surgery
ashleykingston Wa06.08.12
dr.mosca did 5 different surgerys on my foot when i was 13. i was born with spina bifida and had deformitys in my right foot. I am now 28 WALKING and able to keep up with my 4 children. I will always be grateful to him.
EmmaCDA ID01.31.12
I had a tarsal colition, and had constint foot pain. Dr. Mosca was amazing. I would recommend him to anyone. I am getting ready to have my second surgery to fix my deformity. He makes me feel at ease and he knows what he is doing.
MichaelSanta Fe, New Mexico12.21.11
I would like to thank Dr. Mosca and all the outstanding staff at the Seattle Children's Hospital. Just last week my wife and I traveled from New Mexico to Seattle to have our 13 year old son's foot re-constucted (tarsal coalition). The surgery went well and we are looking forward to a fast recovery and for our son to gain back some mobility in his foot along with a decrease in his daily pain. Our fingers are crossed that things work out better then we expect. I should add the fact that we looked accross the country for the best doctor to help with our cause- Hands Down- Dr. Mosca is the man. Michael Lee
RobertHenderson Nevada12.21.11
I would recommend Dr. Mosca. Even though I never got my chance to get my surgery done my him, I'm getting surgery done by Dr. Michael Thomas, and he says Dr. Mosca is his Mentor, and the best surgeon in the country.
AnthonyRenton, Washinton12.04.11
Dr. Mosca has treated me since i was born in 1986. I was born with Osteogenesis Imperfecta (aka Brittle Bones). Dr. Mosca has treated every single broken bone from Left Arm to Both Legs throughout my entire life. I trust him with my life. You will NOT get a better Orthopedic Surgeon in the world. He is THE VERY Best.
JenniferMount Vernon Wa 12.02.11
Dr. Mosca has performed many surgeries over several years on my granddaughter. He is a brilliant surgeon AND a nice guy. I agree that he has a special way with the kids, always keeping them front and center in discussions regarding them. Helping them to feel in control of their situations. We are very grateful to him and all the help and relief he has provided her. We recently had our last (for-see-able) appointment and when we left, she began crying. I thought they were tears of joy, but they were tears of sadness on how she'll miss him. That's saying something for a teenager!
TinaWalla Walla, Washington10.25.11
Dr. Mosca has diagnosed and seen my son through Legg Calve Perthes disease. He did a Varius Osteotomy July 2010. He is an amazing surgeon with incredible talent and passion for what he does. We might be having more surgeries but I have full faith that Dr. Mosca will do what is best for my son. We are so lucky to have him at Seattle Childrens!
RachaelPort Angeles10.19.11
Dr. Mosca will look you in the eye while REALLY answering questions. He is friendly and knows how to talk to my 4-year-old daughter who has been seeing him since she was almost 2. He gives realistic prognosis and is not afraid to express optimism! My daughter and I HIGHLY recommend Dr. Mosca!
AngelaWaverly, IA (Previously Yakima, WA)10.19.11
Dr. Mosca treated my son for complex (or atypical) clubfoot. His conservative approach, open-mindedness, and unwillingness to give up lead to hugely successful treatment of something that can be very difficult to correct. I strongly recommend Dr. Mosca for any child with clubfoot. I cannot think of a more skilled and caring ortho doctor!
ValerieNampa, IDAHO10.12.11
Dr. Mosca is an OUTSTANDING doctor!! When our son was born with clubfoot in 2005, my husband contacted Dr. Ponseti in Iowa who recommended we visit Dr. Mosca for a treatment plan. We did, and he's been great to work with! The Ponseti Method of non-surgical correction was wonderful. Even though we have since moved away from the greater Seattle area, we still go to Dr. Mosca for follow-up visits. He is an amazing person with great knowledge and experience. I HIGHLY recommend him to anyone seeking expertise in orthopedics.
pattyfederal way washington10.11.11
My son Sean, was born with Arthrogryposis 26 years ago. Dr Mosca has performed many surgeries on his feet over the years. He has always been very kind to us, and patient with our many questions and has taken time to explain every detail. He and his nurse Sue have graciously addressed several of our needs regarding Sean, even into his adult years. I appreciate the genuine concern they have, and continue to have for their patients!
amberlyrenton, washington05.17.11
dr mosca, was my doctor from 1981-2002 he was a great and friendly doctor! I Only wish now i could still have him as my doctor! i highly reccomend him!!!!!
bettyFEDERALWAY WASH12.20.10
DR. MOSCA DID BONE SURGERY ON MY GRANDSON WHO HAD TARSAL COALITION AND THE SURGERY WENT WELL. I AM VERY PLEASED. HIS TEAM WAS SO PATIENT WITH OUR FAMILY AND EXPLAINING THE SURGERY AND THE OUTCOME AND THE RISKS AND EVERYTHING. THE ONLY THING AT THE HOSPITAL WAS WHEN WE WERE LEAVING AND THE INSURANCE WOULDNT COVER A WALKER AND A WHEELCHAIR BUT EVEN THEN I CALLED UP FAMILY ADVOCATES AND WAS REFERRED TO BRIDGEMINISTRIES WHO SUPPLIED US A FREE WALKER AND A WHEELCHAIR. I WILL BE SCHEDULING ANOTHER APPOINTMENT FOR FOLLOW UP WITH MOSCA FOR MY GRANDSON THANKS MOSCA! WE LOVE YOU
HeatherLos Angeles, CA09.18.12
Dr.Mosca did surgery on my leg and I have a metal rod in it when i was 15. I am now 26 and can walk better. He's the BEST doctor at Children's hospital and VERY nice! I will always be grateful to him.
Recommend Dr. Vincent Mosca

Overview

Board Certification(s)
Orthopedic Surgery
Medical/Professional School
University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester
Residency
Orthopedic Surgery, Duke University Medical Center, Durham
Fellowship
Orthopedic Surgery, The Hospital For Sick Children, Toronto
Clinical Interests

Deformities of the child's foot, Limb length inequalities, Limb deformities and malformations

Research Focus Area

Translational Research

Awards and Honors

Award NameAward DescriptionAwarded ByAward Date
Listed as Top Doctor in Seattle, WAInternational Association of Orthopedic Surgeons (IAO) 2013
Listed as Top Doctor for Seattle, WACastle Connolly's Top Doctors 2013
U.S. News Top DoctorU.S. News and World Report 2012
Listed as Top Doctor in SuperDoctors.com 2011
Listed in US News and World Report as a "Top Doctor"US News and World Report 2010
Listed in the Global Directory of Who's WhoThe Global Directory of Whos Who 2009
Listed as one of Washington's Best DoctorsWA. Washington's State Magazine 2008
Orthopaedic Residents’ Teaching AwardUniversity of Washington 2007
Listed in Consumers’ Research Council of America “Guide to America’s Top Surgeons”Consumers’ Research Council of America 2006
Listed in ContinentalWho's Who registry of National Business Leaders – Fellow Lifetime memberContinentalWho's Who registry of National Business Leaders 2005
Listed in Marquis Who’s Who in AmericaMarquis Who’s Who in America 2003
Listed in Marquis Who’s Who in Science and EngineeringMarquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering 2003
Listed in Puget Sound Consumers’ Checkbook Outstanding PhysiciansPuget Sound Consumers’ Checkbook Outstanding Physicians 2003
Listed in Marquis Who’s Who in the WorldMarquis Who’s Who in the World 2003
Listed in National Register’s Who’s WhoNational Register’s Who’s Who 2002
Listed in Marquis Who’s Who in Medicine and HealthcareMarquis Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare 2002
Medical Staff Caring for Children - Best Scientific PaperSeattle Children's Hospital 2000 - 2002
Listed in Seattle’s Top Doctors survey – Seattle Magazine, and Seattle Metropolitan Magazine 2000
Listed as Life Member in National Registry of Who's Who 2000
Listed in Nationwide Register's Who's Who in Executives and Businesses 2000
Listed in The Best Doctors in America 1996
Outstanding Clinical Scientific PaperPediatric Orthopedic Society of North America 1992
Orthopaedic Residents’ Teaching AwardUniversity of Washington 1989
Magna Cum Laude 1973
Phi Beta Kappa 1973

Publications

Management of the painful adolescent flatfoot
Tech Foot Ankle Surg , 2014: 133-13
Principles and Management of Pediatric Foot and Ankle Deformities and Malformations
Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins , 2014
Comparison of structural bone autografts and allografts in pediatric foot surgery.
Journal of pediatric orthopedics , 2012 Oct-Nov: 32(7)719-23
Talocalcaneal tarsal coalitions and the calcaneal lengthening osteotomy: the role of deformity correction.
The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume , 2012 Sep 5: 94(17)1584-94
EXT2-positive multiple hereditary osteochondromas with some features suggestive of metachondromatosis.
Skeletal radiology , 2012 May: 41(5)607-10
When to operate on pediatric flatfoot.
Foot & ankle specialist , 2011 Apr: 4(2)112-9
The Foot
Morrissy RT and Weinstein SL, editors. Lovell and Winter's Pediatric Orthopedics , 2011
Flexible flatfoot in children and adolescents.
Journal of children's orthopaedics , 2010 Apr: 4(2)107-21
Current Concepts Review: Flexible flatfoot in children and adolescents
J Child Orthop , 2010: 107-121
Parent's Guide to Ponseti Clubfoot management
Global-HELP Publication , 2010: 2nd. Ed
The association between idiopathic clubfoot and increased internal hip rotation.
Clinical orthopaedics and related research , May 2009: 1231-7
Ragab AA, Stewart SL, Cooperman DR. Implications of Subtalar Joint Anatomic Variation in Calcaneal Lengthening Osteotomy. J Pediatr Orthop. 2003;23:79-83.
Journal of pediatric orthopedics , April 2009: 315-6
The association between idiopathic clubfoot and increased internal hip rotation.
Clinical orthopaedics and related research , 2009 May: 467(5)1231-7
Ragab AA, Stewart SL, Cooperman DR. Implications of Subtalar Joint Anatomic Variation in Calcaneal Lengthening Osteotomy. J Pediatr Orthop. 2003;23:79-83.
Journal of pediatric orthopedics , 2009 Apr-May: 29(3)315-6
Management of pediatric trauma.
Pediatrics , 2008 Apr: 121(4)849-54
Congenital ingrown toenail of the hallux.
Journal of pediatric orthopedics , Dec. 2007: 886-9
Congenital ingrown toenail of the hallux.
Journal of pediatric orthopedics , 2007 Dec: 27(8)886-9
Letter to the JPO editors re: article by Andreacchio et al entitled "lateral column lengthening as treatment for planovalgus foot deformity in ambulatory children with spastic cerebral palsy" (J Pediatr Orthop 2000;20:501-505).
Journal of pediatric orthopedics , 2006 May-Jun: 26(3)412
Calcaneal lengthening: Investigation of deformity correction in a flatfoot model.
Foot Ankle Int , 2005: 166-170
Joint laxity and the risk of clubfoot.
Birth defects research. Part A, Clinical and molecular teratology , Aug. 2003: 585-90
Joint laxity and the risk of clubfoot
Birth Defects Research (Part A): Clinical and Molecular Teratology , 2003: 585-590
Talipes equinovarus and maternal smoking: a population-based case-control study in Washington state.
Teratology , Aug. 2002: 91-100
Talipes equinovarus and maternal smoking: a population-based case-control study in Washington state
Teratology , 2002: 91-100
The Cavus Foot
J Pediatr Orthop , 2001: 423-24
Adductus and Skewfoot
Foot Ankle Clin , 1998: 683-700
The Child's Foot: Principles of Management
J Pediatr Orthop , 1998: 281-281
Delayed presentation of popliteal artery injury during Ilizarov limb-lengthening
Orthopedics , 1998: 477-478
Management of clubfoot deformity in amyoplasia
J Pediatr Orthop , 1997: 803-807
Orthopaedic manifestations of invasive Group A streptococcal infections complicating primary varicella
J Pediatr Orthop , 1996: 522-528
Flexible flatfoot and skewfoot. An Instructional Course Lecture
J Bone Joint Surg , 1995: 1937-1945
Techniques of operative reduction and fixation of triplane and juvenile Tillaux fractures in adolescents
Oper Techniques Orthop , 1995: 171-177
Calcaneal lengthening for valgus deformity of the hindfoot. Results in children who had severe, symptomatic flatfoot and skewfoot
J Bone Joint Surg , 1995: 500-512
Fractures of the cuboid in children
J Bone Joint Surg , 1995: 104-106
The effect of calcaneal lengthening on relationships among the hindfoot, midfoot, and forefoot
Foot Ankle , 1993: 136-141
The Ilizarov technique - orthopedic and rehabilitation management
Physical Med and Rehab Clin North Am , 1991: 951-970
Surgical management of torsional and angular deformities of the lower extremities
Operative Orthopaedics. , 1990: 2227-2235
Displaced intra-articular fractures of the tarsal navicular
J Bone Joint Surg , 1989: 1504-1510
The management of displaced distal tibial injuries involving the physis
Techniques Orthop , 1989: 65-73
Pitfalls in diagnosis - the hip
, 1989: 12-23
Medial femoral torsion and osteoarthritis
J Pediatr Orthop , 1988: 540-542
Management of hip dislocations in children with arthrogryposis
J Pediatr Orthop , 1987: 681-685
Calcaneal lengthening osteotomy for talocalcaneal tarsal coalition
J Child Orthop , : S24

Presentations

Presentations TitleEventLocationDate
Pes planus: infancy to adolescencePes planus infancy to adulthood - Instructional Course Lecture, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual MeetingNew Orleans, LA 2014
"Growth plate injuries of the immature ankle", Case discussionsAmerican Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual MeetingNew Orleans, LA 2014
102. "Talocalcaneal tarsal coalitions: Its not just about the size of the coalition", Case discussions on tarsal coalitions.Midwest Podiatry ConferenceChicago, IL 2014
"The cavovarus foot in CMT", POSNA Annual Meeting Specialty Day: Neuromuscular/Lower extremityLos Angeles, CA 2014
"Tendo-Achilles tenotomy in clubfoot management: method and pitfalls", "Avoiding/managing a calcaneal lengthening osteotomy that fails", "Neuromuscular foot deformities: when to cut (osteotomy) and when to fuse", "Midtarsal osteotomies: Tips of the trade", "Valgus over-corrected clubfoot", "Management of the completely resistant arthrogrypotic clubfoot",10th Annual POSNA/AAOS International Pediatric Orthopedic SymposiumOrlando, Florida 2013
"Principles of assessment of pediatric foot deformities", "Principles of management of pediatric foot deformities", "Tarsal coalitions: its not just about the size"35th Annual Brandon Carrell Visiting Professorship, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for ChildrenDallas, Texas 2013
"Pes planus: infancy to adolescence"Pes planus-infancy to adulthood-instructional Course Lecture, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual MeetingChicago, Illinois 2013
"Case presentations and discussion of residual/recurrent and overcorrected clubfoot deformities"International Pediatric Orthopaedic Think TankCannes, France 2012
"Tendo-Achilles tenotomy in clubfoot management: method and pitfalls", "Arthrogrypotic clubfoot: surgical treatment", "The calcaneal lengthening osteotomy for painful flatfoot deformity: technique", "Principles of assessment and management of foot deformities and malformations in the childs foot"9th Annual POSNA/AAOS International Pediatric Orthopedic SymposiumOrlando, Florida 2012
"Flexible and rigid flatfoot: are they really that different?", "Principles-based assessment of foot deformities in children and adolescents"Shriners Hospital SLC and the University of Utah Department of OrthopedicsSalt Lake City, Utah 2012
Assessment and principles-based management of foot deformities in children", "Managing the complications of clubfoot surgery", "Management of the cavovarus foot in CMT", "Talo-calcaneal tarsal coalitions: its not just about the size of the coalition", "Forefoot deformities and malformations, including JHV, LEB, macrodactyly, MA, SF", "Managing the painful adolescent flatfoot", "Congenital vertical talus - non-operative and operative management: early and late treatmentAzhar University International Pediatric Foot SymposiumCairo, Egypt 2011
"Selective hemi-epiphyseodesis for patellar instability with associated genu valgum"Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North AmericaMontreal, Canada 2011
"Tendo-Achilles tenotomy in clubfoot management: methods and pitfalls", "Ponseti method for syndromic clubfeet: indications, variations in method, pitfalls", "Distal tibial osteotomies: indications and techniques", "Avoiding/managing calcaneal lengthening that fails in the CP foot", "Principles of assessment and management of foot deformities and malformations in the childs foot", "The neglected clubfoot"8th Annual POSNA/AAOS International Pediatric Orthopedic SymposiumOrlando, Florida 2011
89. "Assessment and management of pediatric foot deformities", "The adolescent painful flatfoot", "Talocalcaneal tarsal coalitions: its not just about size" Visiting Professor, 41st Annual Carrie Tingley Hospital Winter Conference, University of New Mexico School of MedicineAlbuquerque, New Mexico 2011
90. "Biomechanics and assessment of foot deformities in children", "Forefoot problems: non-surgical and surgical management", Lead case discussions with faculty on foot deformities and malformations in children.American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual MeetingSan Diego, California 2011
The adolescent painful flatfoot", "Cavovarus in CMT12th Annual Combined Meeting of Orthopedic Societies (COMOC)Glasgow, Scotland 2010
Assessment and principles-based management of childrens foot deformities, Evolution of the Ponseti treatment of clubfootAnnual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Section of the Royal Society of MedicineLondon, England 2010
Biomechanics and assessment of foot deformities in children, Timing, indication, and techniques in CP foot surgery, Clubfoot management: the Ponseti method, Management of the adolescent painful flatfoot, The role of arthroereisis in pes planus3rd Annual Pediatric Orthopaedic Conference, Al-Razi Orthopaedic HospitalKuwait City, Kuwait 2010
Management of Ponseti clubfoot relapsesPerspectives Session.Stockholm, Sweden 2010
Complications of slipped capital femoral epiphysis", "Foot biomechanics and assessment of deformities in children", "Old and new concepts in the management of tarsal coalitionsGuest Speaker, 6th Middle East Orthopaedic Conference during the Annual Arab Health CongressDubai, UAE 2010
Surgical release of injection-induced gluteus muscle contracturesInternational Pediatric Orthopaedic Think TankHong Kong 2009
"Management of Ponseti clubfoot relapses" Perspectives SessionInternational Pediatric Orthopaedic Think TankHong Kong 2009
Foot biomechanics and assessment in childrenPediatric Orthopedic SymposiumDanang, Vietnam 2009
Flatfoot DeformityPediatric Orthopedic SymposiumDanang, Vietnam 2009
Cavus Foot DeformityPediatric Orthopedic SymposiumDanang, Vietnam 2009
Tarsal Coalitions; Congenital Vertical TalusPediatric Orthopedic SymposiumDanang, Vietnam 2009
Leg Length Discrepancies in ChildrenPediatric Orthopedic SymposiumDanang, Vietnam 2009
Review of the limping child: H&P and differential diagnosis10th Annual Inter-American Congress of PediatricsMonterrey, Mexico 2009
Assessment and management principles for foot deformities in childrenUniversity of Monterrey - Department of Orthopedics, Hospital Christus MuguerzaMonterrey, Mexico 2009
The Adolescent Painful FlatfootUniversity of Monterrey - Department of Orthopedics, Hospital Christus MuguerzaMonterrey, Mexico 2009
Management of the Adolescent Painful FlatfootDana Childrens Hospital and Sackler Faculty of MedicineTel Aviv, Israel 2009
Forefoot problems: timing and techniques for surgical managementDana Childrens Hospital and Sackler Faculty of MedicineTel Aviv, Israel 2009
Timing, indications, and techniques for foot deformity correction in CPDana Childrens Hospital and Sackler Faculty of MedicineTel Aviv, Israel 2009
Old and new concepts of management of tarsal coalitionsDana Childrens Hospital and Sackler Faculty of MedicineTel Aviv, Israel 2009
The cavovarus foot in CMT diseaseDana Childrens Hospital and Sackler Faculty of MedicineTel Aviv, Israel 2009
Foot biomechanics and assessment of foot deformities in childrenOrthopaedic Society and Israeli Foot Society MeetingTel Aviv, Israel 2009
Assessment and management of post-surgical deformities in clubfeetIsraeli Paediatric Orthopaedic Society and Israeli Foot Society MeetingTel Aviv, Israel 2009
Foot osteotomies in childrenIsraeli Paediatric Orthopaedic Society and Israeli Foot Society MeetingTel Aviv, Israel 2009
Foot Problems in ChildrenAn-Najah National University Medical SchoolNablus, Palestine 2009
Foot Problems in ChildrenPediatric Society of RamallahRamallah, Palestine 2009
Assessment & management of foot deformities in childrenPalestine Orthopedic AssociationRamallah, Palestine 2009
Assessment and management principles for foot deformities in children", "Management of the painful adolescent flatfoot", "Management of secondary deformities of clubfoot", "New concepts in management of tarsal coalitionsGuest Speaker, 4th Meeting of the Turkish Society of Orthopaedics and TraumatologyAntalya, Turkey 2008
How I correct flatfoot deformities with the calcaneal lengthening osteotomy (and related procedures)", "Complications of conventional clubfoot surgery and their management", "Current concepts in management of tarsal coalitionsGuest Speaker, 14th Annual Meeting of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of IndiaCoimbatore, India 2008
Complications of ankle trauma, "Complications of SCFE", "Complications of clubfoot treatmentGuest Speaker, 2nd POSI-POSNA (Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of India - Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America) Combined MeetingBaroda, India 2008
Calcaneal lengthening osteotomy for talo-calcaneal tarsal coalitionEuropean Pediatric Orthopedic Society 26th Annual Meeting, and EPOS/IFPOS Combined MeetingSorrento, Italy 2007
Treatment for congenital ingrown toenails", "Congenital pseudarthrosis of the clavicle with a traumatic etiology"International Pediatric Orthopedic Think TankNew York City, NY 2006
Calcaneal lengthening osteotomy for talo-calcaneal tarsal coalitionPediatric Orthopaedic Society of North AmericaSan Diego, California 2006
Talipes equinovarus and maternal smoking: a population-based case-control study in Washington State2nd Joint Meeting of the International Federation of Foot and Ankle SocietiesNaples, Italy 2005
Calcaneal lengthening: In vitro investigation of deformity correction34th Annual Winter Meeting, American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, AAOSSan Francisco, California 2004
Talipes equinovarus and maternal smoking: a population-based case-control study in Washington StatePediatric Orthopaedic Society of North AmericaAmelia Island, Florida 2003
Dorsal Bunion: a new corrective procedure3rd International Clubfoot CongressSan Diego, California 2002
Clubfoot and Maternal Smoking: a population-based case-control study3rd International Clubfoot Congressan Diego, California 2002
Calcaneal lengthening osteotomy for unresectable talocalcaneal tarsal coalitionInternational Pediatric Orthopedic Think TankMonterey, California 2001
Comparison of Structural Bone Allografts and Autografts in Pediatric Foot SurgeryPediatric Orthopaedic Society of North AmericaBanff, Alberta, Canada 1997
Comparison of Structural Bone Allografts and Autografts in Pediatric Foot Surgery American Academy of Orthopaedic SurgeonsSan Francisco, California 1997
Orthopaedic Manifestations of Invasive Group A Streptococcal Infections Complicating Primary VaricellaAmerican Academy of PediatricsSan Francisco, California 1995
Prosthetic Crutch for a Patient with Congenital Bilateral, Upper Extremity Deficiencies undergoing Lower Extremity Lengthening by the Ilizarov MethodAssociation of Children's Prosthetic-Orthotic ClinicsTampa, Florida 1993
Skewfoot Deformity in Children: Correction by Calcaneal Neck Lengthening and Medial Cuneiform Opening Wedge OsteotomiesPediatric Orthopaedic Society of North AmericaWhite Sulphur Springs, WV 1993
Calcaneal Neck Lengthening for Severe Abducto-valgus (flat) Hindfoot Deformity in ChildrenPediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America, Newport, RI 1992
Calcaneal Neck Lengthening for Severe Abducto-valgus (flat) Hindfoot Deformity in ChildreAmerican Academy of Orthopaedic SurgeonsWashington D.C. 1992
Complications of Wagner Leg Lengthenings and Their Avoidance Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North AmericaBoston, Massachusetts 1986
Management of Hip and Knee Deformities in Arthrogryposis American Academy of Orthopaedic SurgeonsNew Orleans, Louisiana 1986
Complications of Wagner Leg Lengthenings and Their Avoidance American Academy of Orthopaedic SurgeonsNew Orleans, Louisiana 1986
Management of Hip and Knee Deformities in Arthrogryposis Western Orthopaedic AssociationHouston, Texas 1985
Improved Stability in Segmental Instrumentation of Neuromuscular Scoliosis Scoliosis Research SocietySan Diego, California 1985
Improved Stability in Segmental Instrumentation of Neuromuscular Scoliosis Canadian Orthopaedic AssociationHamilton, Canada 1985
Improved Stability in Segmental Instrumentation of Neuromuscular Scoliosis Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North AmericaSan Antonio, Texas 1985
Teratologic Hip Dislocation - Definition and Review in Arthrogryposis Southern Medical AssociationNew Orleans, Louisiana 1984
Teratologic Hip Dislocation - Definition and Review in Arthrogryposis American Orthopaedic Association Resident's ConferenceAnn Arbor, Michigan 1984
Care of Insensitive Feet in MyelodysplasiaAmerican Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental MedicineDetroit, Michigan 1981

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