I attended medical school at Georgetown University and lived in Washington, DC for 9 years. I completed my residency at the Hospital for Joint Diseases/NYU in 2005. From there I was an adult reconstruction fellow at Rush University and ultimately returned there to practice in 2008.
Currently, I am an assistant professor and the residency program director at Rush. My practice focuses on hip and knee reconstructions. I perform ~500 procedures a year with 25-30% being revision surgeries. My scope of practice ranges from UKAs to complex revisions for hips and knees.
I enjoy teaching and conducting research and look forward to serving as an eMentor with AAHKS.