All of the orthopedic doctors at Congress Associates are fellowship trained and are board-certified under the AAOS (American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons).
Richard C. Diehl, M.D. – University of Pittsburgh Class of 1967
Dr. Diehl’s special interest in joint function and mobility are long respected in the community as well as his extensive practice with joint replacement…learn more
Gregory J. Adamson, M.D. – USC Class of 1985
Dr. Adamson is subspecialty trained in sports medicine, shoulder and elbow surgery. His surgical practice emphasizes on arthroscopic ligament tendon and cartilage repair as well as reconstruction…learn more
Roy F. Ashford, M.D. – USC
Dr. Ashford specializes in the treatment of the spine with a distinct expertise in all aspects of reconstructive spine surgery, with an interest in deformity of the spine and scoliosis…learn more
William M. Costigan, M.D. – USC Class of 1994
With his extensive experience, Dr. Costigan has developed a comprehensive treatment for spinal disorders and pain. He is exceptionally trained in the surgical management of spinal disease…learn more
Todd B. Dietrick, M.D. – USC Class of 1998
Dr. Dietrick chooses to focus on joint replacement surgery of the hip and knee, minimally invasive surgical techniques and computer assisted navigation…learn more
Michael J. Fraipont, M.D. – USC Class of 1993
Dr. Fraipont’s special interest in Sports Medicine offers the patient both non-surgical and surgical alternatives. He restricts his practice to minimally invasive arthroscopic sports surgery…learn more
Thomas G. Harris, M.D. – Georgetown University Class of 2005
Dr. Harris’ practice centers around the lower extremity and in particular, ailments related to the foot and ankle. He is also an associate professor at the UCLA-Harbor Medical Center where he is the chief of foot and ankle surgery and teaches residents and students…learn more
In Chang Kim, M.D. – University of Washington Class of 1959
Dr. Kim received his diplomacy from the American Board of Internal Medicine and from the American Board of Rheumatology…learn more
Timothy J. Jackson, M.D. – University of Southern California
Dr. Jackson specializes in minimally invasive and arthroscopic surgery of the hip. His background and sub-specialty trainng in Sports Medicine serve as the foundation for his approach to the hip...learn more
Kenneth R. Sabbag, M.D. – University of Pennsylvania, Class of 1994
Dr. Sabbag’s specialty focuses on both surgical and non-surgical treatment of the hand. He is also certified in the state of California as a Qualified Medical Examiner…learn more
James A. Shankwiler, M.D. – USC Class of 1987
Dr. Shankwiler has a special interest in athletic and complex injuries of the shoulder and elbow, and specializes in arthroscopic, reconstructive and replacement surgery…learn more
John Quigley, M.D. – St. Louis University Medical
Dr. Quigley graduated from Don Bosco Technical High School, San Gabriel California. He eared B.S. degree from the University of San Francisco, San Francisco, California…learn more
Rishi Garg, M.D. – University of Southern California Keck School Of Medicine
Dr. Garg graduated as valedictorian from Diamond Bar High School in Diamond Bar, California and then went on to earn a bachelors degree in neuroscience from Pomona College in Claremont, California where he was honored as a member of phi beta kappa and mortar board honor society…learn more
Gary Moscarello, M.D. – University of California
Dr. Moscarello graduated from Westbury High School in Westbury, New York, and prior to earning his B.S. degree from the University of California, attended Stanford University. He earned his Medical Degree from the University of California…learn more
Bradford Hack, M.D. – Ohio State University
Dr. Hack graduated from Mercer Island High School in Washington and then went on to earn a B.S. degree in Microbiology from University of Washington in Seattle in 1976…learn more
Joe Y.B. Lee, M.D. – University of California, San Francisco
Dr. Lee graduated from the local Gabrielino High school and obtained a B.S. Degree with highest honors, Summa Cum Laude, in bioengineering from the University of California, San Diego. He earned his medical degree from one of the top medical schools in the nation…learn more
Dr Diehl’s special interest in joint function and mobility, and long respected position in the community have combined to create a practice busy with both injured athletes, as well as extensive experience with joint replacement. As the team physician for USC’s athletic department for 20 years, Dr Diehl has seen a vast spectrum of injuries and their manifestations throughout one's life.
Dr Diehl, an avid golfer, lives in Pasadena with his wife, Kathie, and his two daughters.
Orthopedic Hospital, Los Angeles (1973) With Dr. John Micks
Orthopedic Hospital, Los Angeles (1969 - 1972)
Huntington Hospital (1968 - 1969)
Huntington Hospital (1967 - 1968)
University of Pittsburgh (1963 - 1967)
Harvard College (1959 - 1963)
Bachelor of Arts
State of California (1969)
American Board of Orthopedic Surgery (1974)
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
Dr Adamson is subspecialty trained in sports medicine, shoulder, and elbow surgery. His surgical practice emphasis is on arthroscopic ligament, tendon, and cartilage repair, as well as reconstruction, involving the knee, shoulder, elbow, hip, and ankle. His non-surgical practice encompasses athletes of all levels of accomplishment and at all stages of life.
Sports team coverage has been an important part of his career, having served as an associate team physician for the Los Angeles Lakers, the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Los Angeles Kings, the Anaheim Rams, and the Anaheim Angeles. He presently serves as the head team physician at Occidental College and as team physician at Eagle Rock High School.
Clinical and basic sciences research rounds out his clinical practice. He remains very active as an Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at USC, and is the Program Director for the Congress Medical associates Sports Medicine, Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship. He lectures extensively on a local, national, and international level, and has multiple publications in peer reviewed journals.
Dr Adamson enjoys all of his spare time with his wife Cindy and their four boys. He is an avid exercise enthusiast and participates in multiple winter and spring sports with his family.
Kerlan - Jobe Orthopedic Clinic
Los Angeles County - University of Southern California Medical Center Los Angeles, CA
Department of Orthopedics
LAC/USC Medical Center
University of Southern California School of Medicine Los Angeles, CA
Stanford University Stanford, CA
B.S. Chemistry, with Honors
State of California
American Board of Orthopedic Surgery
Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
University of Southern California
Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery
Occidental College Head Team Physician & Orthopedic Consultant
Huntington Memorial Hospital
Los Angeles County - University of Southern California General Hospital
Active Volunteer Staff
Rancho Los Amigos
American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
International Cartilage Repair Society
California Orthopedic Association
USC Graduate Orthopedic Society
Alpha Omega Alpha National Honor Society
Western Orthopedic Association
Dr. Ashford specializes in the treatment of the spine with a distinct expertise in all aspects of reconstructive spine surgery, with an interest in deformity of the spine and scoliosis. He is well-versed in conservative treatment when non-operative care is needed, working with rehabilitation and pain management specialists, using minimally invasive procedures and those procedures guided microscopically. He is able to treat trauma, instability of the spine, disc ruptures, collapsed vertebrae and scoliosis.
He is recognized for his numerous contributions to educational programs, including training new spine surgeons at Rancho Los Amigos Hospital and is currently a volunteer assistant professor at USC.
Dr. Ashford joined Congress Associates in May of 2009, having practiced in Los Angeles and Glendale for fifteen years. He now brings his experience to Pasadena.
Dr Ashford participates in study groups focusing on the application of new technologies and instruction for spinal disorders. He has been involved in research and has had many of his papers published. Dr Ashford has an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering from USC.
Dr. Ashford earned his Doctor of Medicine degree at the University of Southern California (USC) School of Medicine and completed his residency in Orthopedics at Los Angeles County-USC Department of Orthopedics. He then pursued a spine fellowship at Rancho Los Amigos Hospital.
Dr. Ashford has a true passion for sports, the desire to heal, and a first-hand understanding of the medical needs of an athlete as a three time Ironman Triathlete himself. He understands conditioning, strengthening and balance for the maintenance of a healthy spine.
Fellowship trained, Voluntary Spine Assistant Clinical Professor, USC Department of Orthopedics
Three time Ironman Triathlete
Diplomate, American Board Orthopedic Surgery
Fellow American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
Member, past President, University of Southern California Graduate Orthopedic Society
With his extensive experience, Dr. Costigan has developed a comprehensive program for the treatment of spinal disorders and pain. Although he is exceptionally trained in the surgical management of spinal disease, Dr. Costigan emphasizes the non-operative management of many spinal conditions. At our Spinal Center, we coordinate the efforts and input of a comprehensive team of spinal professionals, including the spinal surgeon, physical therapy, spinal injections and minimally invasive techniques to offer a complete range of treatment options and modalities.
Dr. Costigan is an Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at the USC school of Medicine and also travels internationally on humanitarian medical missions to India, Africa, and Peru performing spinal surgery on the under-privledged around the world.
Minimally invasive spinal surgery including microscopic and endoscopic techniques
Adult degenerative Cervical and Lumbar disk disease including anterior reconstruction
Revision Lumbar and Cervical surgery including and “Post-Laminectomy Syndrome”
Adult and Adolescent deformity correction including scoliosis and kyphosis
Complex cervical and lumbar reconstruction and restoration of sagital alignment
Spinal neoplasms and spinal column tumor decompression and reconstruction
Comprehensive non-operative lumbar and cervical stabilization and strengthening programs
Spinal epidural injections Fluoroscopic guided spinal facet blocks
Selective nerve root blocks
Comprehensive surgical management for disorders of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine
University Of Southern California University of Nottingham, England
USC Los Angeles, CA
USC — Summa cum laude
A New Approach to Joint Replacement
Dr. Todd Dietrick’s practice in joint replacement and reconstructive arthritis surgery focuses on maximizing pain relief and restoring function on an individualized basis. While joint replacement is a highly successful procedure, Dr. Dietrick has noticed that tradtional techniques often are painful and require prolonged recovery periods. Through less invasive techniques, Dr. Dietrick has noticed his patients have better pain control and a rapid return to function. During hip replacement, Dr. Dietrick utilizes an anterior approach to the hip joint which does not cut muscles or tendons. This technique, which has been used succesfully in Europe for decades, allows for better initial pain control and return of hip function.
Dr. Dietrick has applied the same principle of tissue sparing surgery to his knee replacement practice. With the help of computer-assisted navigation, Dr. Dietrick is able to recreate the patients' normal alignment without cutting muscle or tendons. The computer has shown to improve the overall alignment and range of motion after surgery. In combination with an advanced anesthesia protocol which minimizes early post-operative pain, patients are able to recover more quickly than with traditional techniques.
Originally from the Pasadena area, Dr. Dietrick received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College and completed his medical training and Orthopedic Surgery residency at the University of Southern California School of Medicine, where he served as Chief Resident. A keen interest in hip and knee joint surgery led Dr. Dietrick to pursue fellowship training at UC San Diego, where he completed his training in Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement surgery.
Dr. Dietrick gained a particular interest in the emerging fields of joint preservation and cartilage transplantation of the hip and knee while in San Diego, and he continues to perform research and give lectures on these topics. In his clinical practice, Dr. Dietrick chooses to focus on joint replacement surgery of the hip and knee, including primary and revision hip and knee replacement, minimally invasive surgical techniques, and computer assisted navigation.
Dr. Fraipont’s special interest in Sports Medicine offers the patient both non-surgical and surgical alternatives. He lectures locally on related Sports Medicine topics and is the team physician for Azusa Pacific University and USC's Men's Ice Hockey Team. As an instructor for Congress Medical Associates Shoulder and Elbow Sports Medicine Orthopedic Fellowship, he remains on the forefront of knowledge and skills arthroscopic sports surgery topics. He is certified by the Board of Orthopedic Surgery.
As Managing Partner for CMA, Dr. Fraipont presides over the many business issues related to healthcare. Originally from Canada, Dr. Fraipont continues to play competitive ice hockey and coaches locally for the Pasadena Maple Leafs. Dr Fraipont is married with two children and lives locally in La Canada.
USC Keck School of Medicine
Medical School Class President
USC Orthopaedic Surgery Residency
L. Vernon Luck Sr. MD Award
Orthopaedic Resident of the Year
Congress Medical Associates
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Dr. Harris is the newest addition to the Congress Medical Associates. His practice centers around the lower extremity and in particular, ailments related to the foot and the ankle. He is also an associate professor at the UCLA-Harbor Medical Center where he is the chief of foot and ankle surgery and teaches residents and students.
Dr. Harris received his undergraduate degree from the University of California at San Diego (UCSD) and then attended Georgetown University in Washington DC to obtain his medical degree. He then progressed to Hershey, Pennsylvania where he completed his orthopedic surgery residency at Penn State University. In residency, Dr. Harris received numerous awards for safety, patient care and teaching. Dr. Harris finished his foot and ankle surgery training at the Balance Orthopedic and UCLA Harbor fellowship program in Long Beach, California.
In his clinical practice, Dr. Harris is active in ongoing research and is the managing director of the Balance Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Fellowship Program. He is also a member of the American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Society where he serves on the post-graduate education and training committee.
Dr. Harris has specific interests in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery as well as sports and traumatic injuries to the lower extremity. His surgical expertise includes a minimally invasive Achilles tendon repair, endoscopic treatment for plantar fasciitis, and multiple arthroscopic approaches to the ankle and hindfoot. Dr. Harris also specializes in surgery for hallux valgus (bunions), hallux rigidus (arthritis) and flat feet.
Boston University School of Medicine (1963 - 1965), Boston, MA
Residency State University of New York Upstate Medical Center (1960 - 1963), Syracuse, NY
State University of New York Upstate Medical Center (1959 - 1960)
Washington University School of Medicine (1955 - 1959), St. Louis, MO
University of Evansville (1953 - 1955)
B.A. in absentia, 1956
State of California
Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine (1972)
Diplomate of the American Board of Rheumatology (1974)
University of Southern California (1985 - present), Los Angeles, CA
Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine
University of Southern California (1975 - 1984)
Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine
State University of New York (1967 - 1968), Syracuse, NY
Assistant Professor in Rehabilitation Medicine
Boston University School of Medicine (1965 - 1966), Boston, MA
Assistant in Medicine
Boston University School of Medicine (1963 - 1965)
State University of New York (1962 - 1963)
Assistant Instructor in Internal Medicine
American College of Physicians (FACP)
American College of Rheumatology
California Medical Association
Los Angeles County Medical Association
Kim, I.C. and Cohen, A.S.: An analysis of isolated amyloid fibrils for lipids. Fed Proc. 24: 366, 1965.
Cohen, A.S. and Kim, I.C.: "Modern Trends in Rheumatology", Chapter 23 Acute Suppurative Arthritis. pp. 347-361, Ed. by A.G.S. Hill, M.D., Butterworth & Co., Ltd., London, England.
Kim, I.C. and Cohen, A.S.: Synovial fluid fatty acid composition in patients with rheumatoid arthritis, gout, and degenerative joint disease. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. & Med. 123: 77-80, 1966.
Kim, I.C., Shirahama, T. and Cohen, A.S.: The lipid content of amyloid fibrils purified by a variety of methods. Am. J. Path. 50:869-886, 1967.
Kim, I.C., Franzblau, C., Shirahama, T., and Cohen, A.S.: The effect of papain, nagarse and trypsin on isolated amyloid fibrils. Biochem. Biophys. Acta, 181: 465-467, 1969.
Learn more about Dr. Jackson at http://www.timothyjacksonmd.com/
Dr. Sabbag focuses his practice on treating disorders of the hand and upper extremity. He provides advanced treatment for complex and common hand and upper extremity disorders. These include injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, nerve lacerations, tendon ruptures, broken bones, tendonitis and other painful and disabling problems.
After graduating as the valedictorian from University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Dr. Sabbag completed his orthopedic surgery training at the Harvard University Combined Orthopedic Residency Program. He was honored to serve as the Chief Resident in Orthopedic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital in 1999. He completed his first fellowship in orthopedic trauma and was selected to participate in the International AO Trauma Fellowship. During this time, he studied and lectured in Munich, Germany. Dr. Sabbag chose to focus on hand and upper extremity surgery. He spent an additional year studying complex disorders of the hand. He has focused his practice on hand surgery since 2001.
Dr. Sabbag is a Board Certified Orthopedic surgeon and has a Certificate of Added Qualification in Hand Surgery from the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery. He is a Qualified Medical Examiner for the State of California.
Hand and Microsurgery, UCLA
Orthopedic Trauma Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital
AO Trauma Fellowship, Munich, Germany
Harvard University Combined Orthopedic Residency Program
Beth Israel Hospital, General Surgery
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Wesleyan University, High Honors in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
Dr. Shankwiler graduated Summa Cum Laude and Valedictorian of the School of Science from the California State University at Pomona. He earned his M.D. degree from the University at Southern California and did his residency at the Los Angeles County-University of Southern California Medical Center. He was the first fellow in shoulder and elbow reconstruction at the W.B. Carrell Clinic under W.Z. Burkhead, as well as, at Baylor University in Dallas Texas.
The author of scientific articles and book chapters concerning shoulder and elbow pathology, he has also been an invited lecturer throughout the country. He continues to teach and is a Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Southern California. He is also the Team physician and Orthopedic consultant to Pasadena City College. Board certified, he is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery.
Dr. Shankwiler has a special interest in athletic and complex injuries of the shoulder and elbow, and specializes in arthroscopic, reconstructive and replacement surgery of the shoulder and elbow.
He is married and the father of three boys and remains active in the community. He has done medical missionary work in Mexico, Africa, and India.
W.B. Carrell Memorial Clinic (1992 - 1993)
Baylor University Hospital
University of Texas Southwestern
Shoulder and Elbow Reconstruction
Los Angeles County - University of Southern California Medical Center (1988 - 1992)
Los Angeles, CA
LAC/USC Medical Center (1987 - 1988)
University of Southern California School of Medicine (1987)
California Polytechnic University (1984), Pomona, CA B.S., Summa cum Laude
Valedictorian School of Science, 1984
State of California
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery Board (1995)
University of Southern California, Assistant Clinical Professor or Orthopedic Surgery
American Medical Association
California Medical Association
Los Angeles County Medical Association
University of Southern California Graduate Orthopedic Society
Secretary, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
Sarmiento, A., Gersten, L., Sobol, P.A., Shankwiler, J.A. and Vangsness, C.T. "The Treatment of Tibial Diaphysieal Fractures with Prefabricated Functional Braces", Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (Br), 71: 602-9, 1989.
Shankwiler, J.A. and Burkhead, W.Z. "Diagnosis, Evaluation and Conservative Treatment of Impingement Syndrome." Operative Techniques and Sports Medicine, vol. 2, (2) pp. 89 - 97, April 1994.
Shankwiler, J.A. "Impingement Syndrome, The Rotator Cuff" and Shankwiler, J.A. "Differential Diagnosis of Painful Shoulder Conditions of the Shoulder, The Rotator Cuff", ed. W.Z. Burkhead, 1996.
The Upper Extremity, Southwestern Orthopedic Board Review Course Syllabus, 1994 - 1998.
The Frequency of In-House Complications in Patients with Hip Fractures. P.Ransom, J. Shankwiler, P. Bales. University of Southern California Graduate Orthopedic Society (1987)
Closed Fractures of the Tibial Diaphysis Treated in Functional Braces. American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery, New Orleans, LA (1990). Additional data given at San Francisco, CA (1993)
Variations in the Vascular Anatomy of the Hand. Rancho Los Amigos Medical Center Research Symposium (1990)
Diagnosis of Painful Conditions in the Shoulder. University of California, Irvine, CA (1994)
Perils and Pitfalls and Clinical Results of Four Part Fractures of the Proximal Humerus. Western Orthopedic Society. Key Note Speaker (1994)
Instability of the Shoulder. University of Southern California (1997)
Dr. Quigley a board certified Orthopaedic Surgeon who specializes in Joint replacement, Sports Medicine and General Orthopaedics. He has extensive experience with Joint Replacements and completed the Otto Aufranc Joint Replacement Fellowship in Boston. He also has a special interest and experience with Sports Medicine. A clinical professor in Orthopaedics at USC Medical School. He currently is the team physician for La Salle High School. A football and rugby player in college, he now enjoys golf and cycling.
Orthopaedic Followship, Joint Reconstruction
St. Louis University Medical School
St. Louis, Missouri
St. University Medical School
St. Louis, Missouri
Los Angeles, California
State of California
Certification and Memberships
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery
Methodist Hospital Southern California- Arcadia, CA
Clinical Professor University of Southern California School of Medicine/Orthopaedic
Chief of Joint Replacement
Tripler Army Medical Center
LA Salle High School Team Physician
Dr. Garg specializes in minimally invasive and arthroscopic surgery for all joints especially the shoulder, elbow, hip, and knee. He also focuses on repair and reconstruction of soft tissue including cartilage, ligaments, and tendons. He stays at the forefront of medical and surgical technology and applies this knowledge to optimize patient care. He is a well published author in the orthopaedic literature and continues to work on active research projects. He has been asked to be an academic reviewer for well known orthopaedic journals and continues to teach and lecture medical students, residents, and fellows. He has given multiple research presentations at the national level.
Dr. Garg graduated as valedictorian from Diamond Bar High School in Diamond Bar, California. He then went on to earn a bachelors degree as cum laude in neuroscience from Pomona College in Claremont, California where he was honored as a member of Phi Beta Kappa and mortar board honor society. He received his medical degree from the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine, graduating with highest distinction- an honor only bestowed to the top 1%. He was given special early selection to the alpha omega alpha honor society as a junior- an extremely rare achievement.
He then served his internship and residency at the Los Angeles County-University of Southern California Medical Center. He completed a fellowship in sports medicine and shoulder/elbow reconstruction at Congress Medical Associates in Pasadena, California. Given his accomplishments along with surgical knowledge and skill, he was asked to stay and join the practice. He has quickly risen to become the chief of orthopaedics at the Methodist Hospital of Southern California in Arcadia, California.
Dr. Garg is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and a member of the exclusive American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. He is board certified and a diplomat of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. He volunteers his time to be the head team physician for several local high schools and colleges and private sports programs.
Certification and Memberships
Dr. Moscarello graduated from Westbury High School in Westbury, New York, and prior to earning his B.S. degree from the University of California, attended Stanford University. He earned his Medical Degree from the University of California, and completed his Internship at LAC/USC Medical Center. Dr. Moscarello then served two years as an U.S. Air Force Physician.
Dr. Moscarello served his Orthopaedic Residency at LAC/USC Medical Center. After his residency, Dr. Moscarello went into private practice.
Dr. Moscarello is the former Chief of Staff and Chief of Orthopaedics of Methodist Hospital of Southern California in Arcadia, CA., and also served as the Chief of Staff of Santa Teresita Hospital in Duarte, California. He is currently affiliated with Methodist Hospital of Southern California and City of Hope, Duarte, California. Dr. Moscarello is presently on the board of directors of Methodist Hospital of Southern California and was on the admission committee of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
Dr. Hack graduated from Mercer Island High School in Washington and then went on to earn a B.S. degree in Microbiology from University of Washington in Seattle in 1976. He traveled to Ohio to study medicine at Ohio State University where he earned his Medical degree.
Dr. Hack moved to Los Angeles for an Internship and to serve his Orthopaedic Residency at University of Southern California, Los Angeles County Medical Center. After his residency, Dr. Hack went into private practice affiliated with Methodist Hospital of Southern California in Arcadia, CA..
Dr. Hack is former Chief of Surgery at Methodist Hospital of Southern California in Arcadia.
Dr. Lee is comprehensively trained in the surgical and non-operative treatments of spine, back, and neck disorders in both adults and children. He has worked with world renowned spine surgeons Howard An, Frank Phillips, Christopher DeWald, and many others. His special interests include minimally invasive techniques, microsurgery, and motion-preserving procedures. Having trained at Rush University Medical Center and Shriner’s Hospital for Children in Chicago, Dr. Lee is also interested in complex deformities of the spine.
Extensive research in clinical and basic sciences helps to keep Dr. Lee’s practice on the forefront of spine development and technology. His work has led to multiple publications and has been presented at several national meetings. He has a true passion for medicine and is dedicated to applying all aspects of his background and training to healing his patients.
Dr. Lee grew up in the San Gabriel area and is proud to be serving his local community. He lives in the area with his wife and son, and enjoys all of the outdoor activities that are available.
• Spine Surgery at Rush University Medical Center
• Pediatric Spine at Shriners Hospitals for Children, Chicago
• Orthopaedic Surgery at University of California, Irvine (UCI)
• University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), M.D.
• University of California, San Diego (UCSD)
B.S. Bioengineering, Summa Cum Laude
• State of California
• State of Illinois
• American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery: Board Eligible
• ProDisc-C Cervical Disc Replacement
• Arcadia Methodist Hospital
• Arcadia Methodist Hospital, Orthopaedic Surgery Subsection
• Huntington Memorial Hospital
• Team Physician for Arcadia High School Football
• American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)
• North American Spine Society (NASS)
Learn more about Dr Lee at http://drjlee.com/