The Duke Orthopaedic Trauma Section is one of the country’s top-ranked orthopaedic centers treating patients with severe injuries to the bones and joints and their associated nerves, muscles, and other soft tissues.
The Duke Orthopedic Trauma division team, led by Steven Olson, MD, are leaders in treatment ranging from patients with a single fracture to those suffering from multiple, life-threatening musculoskeletal injuries.
The Duke Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery Fellowship experience includes an opportunity to participate in the acute evaluation and management of orthopaedic injuries and the evaluation and treatment of post-traumatic deformities and nonunions.
Learn more about our Orthopaedic Trauma fellowship here.
The Duke Orthopaedic Trauma Team treats patients with severe injuries to bones and joints and their associated nerves, muscles, and other soft tissues. Our surgeons and staff have the knowledge and expertise to treat even the most complex extremity injuries. Our goal is to help patients return to the most enjoyable activities!
The Duke Department of Orthopaedic Surgery strongly emphasizes research excellence, focused on generating and implementing new knowledge to improve rehabilitation and musculoskeletal care for people worldwide.