|Dr. Conway is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and serves as the head of Bone and Joint Infection at Sinai Hospital’s Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics. She completed medical school at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. She is fellowship trained in orthopedic trauma, limb lengthening, and reconstruction. Dr. Conway specializes in the treatment of bone and joint infections, non-healing fractures, complex acute fractures, joint contractures, and limb length discrepancies.
Dr. Conway is recognized as a national expert on bone and joint infection. People throughout the United States who have severe infections are referred to her for treatment. Although bone and joint infections occur in a small percentage of patients, aggressive treatment and a high level of expertise are vital to achieve the best outcome. With her extensive surgical background, Dr. Conway works with patients to achieve a stable, painless and well-functioning noninfected limb. She educates her patients and their families, providing them with a comprehensive understanding of the possible complications and the physical therapy required after the procedure. Some of the innovative surgical techniques she applies involve antibiotic cement-coated hardware, bone grafting, bone transport, and acute bone shortening with re-lengthening. A dedicated researcher, Dr. Conway has published various articles and book chapters on topics such as bone infections, malunions, nonunions, and antibiotic cement-coated hardware.
Herzenberg, MD, John E.
Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics
2401 W. Belvedere Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215
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|Dr. Herzenberg specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of children and adults with limb length discrepancies, birth defects or congenital deformities, skeletal abnormalities, non-healing fractures, and clubfoot. He is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who is fellowship trained in pediatric orthopedics. Dr. Herzenberg serves as the director of Pediatric Orthopedics at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore. He is also director of the International Center for Limb Lengthening, the first of its kind in the U.S. to be fully dedicated to the limb lengthening process.
Dr. Herzenberg employs state-of-the-art surgical techniques to correct bone deformities in adults and children. He is also one of the world’s foremost practitioners of the Ponseti Method, which is used to correct clubfoot deformity. As a leader in the development of limb lengthening, Dr. Herzenberg has published more than 100 research papers in the peer-reviewed literature. He also serves as a chair for the annual Baltimore Limb Deformity Course. Dr. Herzenberg has been listed in American Health as one of 15 top pediatric orthopedic doctors in the U.S. and was listed in U.S. News Top Doctors as being in the top 1% of his field. He spends two weeks every year as a volunteer surgeon on medical mission trips to countries such as Haiti and Nicaragua.
|Matuszewski, MD, Paul E.
University of Maryland Medical Center
22 S. Greene Street, Suite 11B
Baltimore, MD 21201
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|Dr. Standard is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who is fellowship trained in pediatric orthopedics. He specializes in limb lengthening and reconstruction for children and serves as the head of Pediatric Orthopedics at Sinai Hospital’s International Center for Limb Lengthening.
Dr. Standard utilizes advanced surgical and nonsurgical solutions to help children with mild to severe orthopedic conditions. He employs the latest treatment options to correct fibular hemimelia, radial clubhand, congenital femoral deficiency (proximal focal femoral deficiency), congenital limb deficiencies, bone dysplasias (such as achondroplasia), and advanced and late-onset Perthes disease. Dr. Standard believes in educating patients’ families on the techniques available and making sure they understand the commitment involved for the selected procedure. He works with the entire team at the International Center for Limb Lengthening, not only to achieve successful treatment, but to support the child and the family throughout the treatment process.
Dr. Standard is also an active volunteer surgeon and participates in several medical missions each year to undeveloped nations such as the Dominican Republic. During each mission trip, he performs complicated surgery to help children with orthopedic problems who would not otherwise have access to treatment.