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Dr. Steven K. Neufeld is a Board Certified Fellowship-Trained Orthopaedic Surgeon who specializes in the foot and ankle. He has an academic appointment at Georgetown University and is on the staff at Virginia Hospital Center, Inova Fairfax, Alexandria, & Mt. Vernon Hospitals. In addition, he works at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, DC and serves as an orthopaedic consultant to the Inova Wound Healing Center and the Washington Ballet.
Aside from his duties at The Orthpaedic Foot and Ankle Center, Dr. Neufeld shares his expertise by being an active teacher and lecturer to both Georgetown University residents and George Washington University residents. He has published numerous papers on various foot and ankle disorders and has received awards for research and lectures at many conferences world-wide.
Dr. Neufeld was a winner of the Roger H. Michael/Johnson & Johnson research award, and is routinely invited to teach trauma and foot and ankle courses locally in Virginia and Washington, DC. He has given lectures both regionally (Medical and Surgical departments at Sibley Memorial Hospital, National Rehabilitation Hospital, Inova Fairfax, Alexandria and Mt. Vernon Hospitals as well as at the Virginia Hospital Center) and nationally (California, Arizona, Colorado, Ohio). As the chairman for American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society’s “The Complete Foot Care Course” that will be held at Inova Fairfax in October 2012, Dr. Neufeld will meet with physicians, podiatrists, therapists, and athletic trainers from all over the country.
A native of Worthington, Ohio, Dr. Thomas H. Lee attended a small liberal arts school in Massachusetts. He obtained his medical degree at Columbia University in New York City and remained there for his general surgery and orthopedic surgery training. While in New York, he worked at Madison Square Garden and Yankee Stadium providing orthopedic care to the athletes. He continued his specialized training in foot and ankle surgery at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA.
Dr. Lee supports medical research and education by serving on editorial boards for the American Journal of Sports Medicine, the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Foot and Ankle, and several other peer-reviewed publications. Dr. Lee is also active in humanitarian outreach programs, having served as an orthopedic surgeon in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Vietnam and Haiti.
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