University of Minnesota Physicians
Without research and education,
orthopaedicsOrthopaedic medicine is devoted to the study, diagnosis and
treatment of the skeletal system, including its joints, muscles, tendons and
loses its grasp on innovation. University of Minnesota Physicians bring this strong
research and education background to TRIA, fostering innovation and breakthroughs.
Providing clinical care, research and teaching the next generation of leaders,
these doctors are constantly improving the way orthopaedics is delivered.
University of Minnesota Physicians employs academic faculty across the entire spectrum
of orthopaedic surgery and maintains a recognized education program for orthopaedic
residentsIndividuals who have completed medical school and receive educational experience
on-site at a medical facility in a specific specialty, such as orthopaedics.
fellowsIndividuals who have completed their medical degree (MD) and residency and are
getting further specialized training.
Doctors from University of Minnesota Physicians train TRIA fellows and residents
in a community setting. TRIA has become a favorite rotation site for residents,
as they recognize the value in the care we provide in our state-of-the-science facility.
They gain real-world experience by working alongside doctors in the clinic and observing
in surgery. At TRIA they are exposed to a wider variety of cases and more common
conditions than what is available in a tertiary level academic medical center.