By: Dr. Brian Wyszynski, MD, FACOGENTINGUS Associate Professor of Surgery, University of California, San Francisco and University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Brian has been a member of the team at University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine since 1999, where he served as the Director of Surgery.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Surgery from the University of Michigan and a Master of Surgery in Surgery, both from the Cleveland Clinic.
Dr, Brian has published on the subject of the pelvis as a member and consultant to several medical societies.
He has been an Associate Editor for the American Journal of Surgery for 15 years.
He also authored two books on the topic, Pelvic Fusion and The Pelvic Surgeon, and is the author of numerous other publications.
Dr Wysynski has been involved in various research projects related to pelvic fusion surgery for over 20 years, including research on pelvic fusion surgeries for the U.S. Army, U.K. Army and the Royal United Services Institute.
He served as an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery at the University at Buffalo, and was also a faculty member in the department of Surgery and Laboratory Medicine at the Harvard Medical School.
He currently serves on the Medical Committee of the American College of Surgeons and is a member on the editorial board of the Journal of Gynecomastia and Pelvic Surgery.
Dr. Wysyk is also an author on a number of medical journals, including the Journal on Pelvic and Urogenital Surgery, the Journal for the Medical Treatment of Pelvic Arthritis, and the Journal Clinical Pelvic Pain.
Dr Brian’s research focuses on the use of orthotic devices to support the pelvic floor muscles during pelvic fusion and reconstruction, and his expertise and experience in the field have helped to establish some of the first successful pelvic fusion procedures in the United States.
In addition, he has performed extensive pelvic fusion operations on patients with degenerative pelvic pain and osteoporosis.
Dr Braden, who has also completed his residency at the university of Pennsylvania and the University Hospital of Lausanne, is an expert in the use and management of orthotics and devices to relieve pain in the pelvic region, as well as pelvic fusion techniques and the effects of surgery.
Braden was trained as a podiatrist, but has focused his research on the treatment of pelvic dysfunction and other pelvic conditions.
He is the president of the Pelvic Restoration Society of America, which is a national organization dedicated to the advancement of the pelvic and pelvic floor recovery, and serves on a national pelvic floor committee.
Wieszynski and Braden have worked on over 30 successful pelvic surgery and pelvic fusion projects.
Bradens research includes a number published articles, as a clinical fellow at the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland, as part of the Institute for Podiatric Surgery in Boston, Mass., as a consultant to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, and as a founding member of Pelvisex, a global leader in pelvic fusion.
Dr Thomas, who also holds a Master’s degree in surgery from the College of William and Mary, and a doctorate in clinical pediatrics from the Johns Hopkins University, has been working in the pelvic fusion field for over 35 years.
In that time, he’s performed over 200 pelvic fusion/pelvic reconstruction procedures, including at least seven in the U,S.
Dr Thomas holds the distinction of being the only physician to complete two U. S. pelvic fusion surgical groups in the same year.
He received his Masters of Science degree in Orthopedics from Johns Hopkins, and also completed a residency in pediatrics and clinical pediatry at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
He earned his Ph.
D. in Orthopodics from the U of Michigan.
Dr John, who holds a Doctorate of Osteopathy from the New York Academy of Medicine, has completed over 300 pelvic fusion, and pelvic correction, surgeries in his career, and has been performing and teaching pelvic fusion in the health care industry since 1998.
He holds the position of Chief of the Pediatric Surgery Department at the St. Barnabas Health System in Washington, D.C.
Dr D, who is currently in his fourth year as a postdoctoral fellow at Columbia University School of Nursing, and holds a doctorat degree in obstetrics and gynecology from the Columbia University Medical Center.
He completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in Health Policy from the Yale University School and Medical Center, and completed his Masters in Health and Medical Science in Pediatric Medicine from the Icahn School of medicine at Mount Carmel, New York.
Dr D received his D.
Sc. degree in pediatric pediatrics at Mount Columbia University, where Dr D worked in the medical clinic for six years before becoming a full-time pediatrician.
He was also involved in the pediatrics department at the Johns