Alison Schiffern, MD
My Approach to Care
"I approach care with both my patients and their families in mind, and I value the relationships that I'm able to develop with them. I strive to provide care that is optimized for each patient's unique needs and top-of-the-line from an orthopedic standpoint. I'm happy to work with families to overcome barriers to care, and open to trying alternative medicine strategies to complement care at a patient's request. I'm fortunate at Gillette to work every day with such a talented, dedicated group of care providers. I utilize our multidisciplinary setting to ensure that care for all patients is as comprehensive as possible."
- Medical School:
- University of Utah School of Medicine
- Orthopedic Surgery, University of Utah
- Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery, University of Utah
- Board Certification(s):
- American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
- Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine
My research has focused primarily on hip dysplasia, including genetic and familial association of hip dysplasia. I am also in charge of the Gillette Clubfoot clinic, with data collection on all clubfoot patients in hopes of evaluating long-term outcomes in our patients. PMID 22892624 PMID 25705807 PMID 21324415 PMID 20308946
- I enjoy trail running, travel, surfing, reading and spending time with my family and three dogs. I also enjoy spending time in the mountains.
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