Dell Children's Orthopedics
Shoulders, Elbows, Knees, and Toes...& Everything in Between: The Orthopedic Management of Brain Injury Patients by Brian E. Kaufman, M.D.
Shoulders, Elbows, Knees, and Toes…& Everything in Between: The Orthopedic Management of Brain Injury Patients:
The orthopedic manifestations of brain injury are many and can affect all portions of the musculoskeletal system. While the brain injury may be static, many of the bony and muscular deformities that occur after brain injury are progressive. This presentation will focus on the non-operative and operative management of deformities of the arms, legs, and spine.
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About Brian E. Kaufman, M.D.:
A native of New Jersey, Dr. Kaufman and his wife, Shelby, were happy to leave winter behind and are now proud to call Austin their home. Dr. Kaufman’s medical training began in Washington, D.C. where he enjoyed thirteen years in our nation’s capital. While a resident, Dr. Kaufman focused on advanced spinal surgery techniques and the specialized care of pediatric patients at The Children’s National Medical Center. After his residency training, Dr. Kaufman accepted a clinical fellowship at the Nemours/Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware. During his fellowship, Dr. Kaufman received extensive training from world renowned surgeons in the management of scoliosis, complex spinal deformities, neuromuscular disorders, skeletal dysplasia, and hip dysplasia. Dr. Kaufman now serves as the Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery at Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas. His clinical practice focuses on the management of spinal disorders in children and adolescents with a special focus on the neuromuscular and brain injury populations. Dr. Kaufman has an academic appointment at the Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin where he serves as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery and Perioperative Care.