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Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute

Meet Dr. Adam Lee, MD, FOTA

Orthopedic Trauma Fellowship, Trained, Fracture Specialist

• Management of both simple and complex fractures • Treatment of fractures of the pelvis, acetabulum, intra-articular (joint surfaces) • Fractures non-unions (that do not heal) 

 

 

A trauma can easily be the worst day of a person’s life. Dr. Lee strives to help his patients get back to some sort of normalcy. He cares for his patients both emotionally and physically treating the injury/ies at hand, while nurturing the emotional burdens and lifestyle changes that often come along with a trauma.   He treats the whole person not just the fractures and physical injuries

About Dr. Lee

Education

Medical Degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine.

 

Orthopedic residency training at Geisinger Medical Center in Pennsylvania where he was appointed the administrative chief resident.

 

He subsequently completed an Orthopedic Trauma Fellowship at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. 

 

 

Specialties

Dr. Lee specializes in Trauma and the management of both simple and complex fractures. His interest include in the treatment of fractures of the pelvis, acetabulum, intra-articular (joint surfaces) and non-unions (that do not heal).

Biography

Dr. Lee is board certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery and a member of AO Trauma, the Orthopedic Trauma Association, the Foundation for Orthopedic Trauma and the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.

Dr. Lee is actively involved in scientific research and has authored articles, book chapters; in addition, he presents his work at national conferences. 

Patient Care Philosophy

A trauma can easily be the worst day of a person’s life. Dr. Lee strives to help his patients get back to some sort of normalcy. He cares for his patients both emotionally and physically treating the injury/ies at hand, while nurturing the emotional burdens and lifestyle changes that often come along with a trauma.   He treats the whole person not just the fractures and physical injuries.