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Thomas Haytmanek Jr., MD is an ankle and foot orthopedic specialist at the world-renowned Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colorado. His clinical interests include fracture fixation, ankle arthroscopy, cartilage restoration and sports related injuries of the foot and ankle. His ongoing research projects include hindfoot fusion nails, total ankle arthroplasty and cartilage repair. Dr. Haytmanek earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree with a major in chemistry and a minor in physics from Wake Forest University in 2004. After his Bachelor Degree, he completed his Medical Degree at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia in 2008, followed by his residency in orthopaedic surgery at Duke University in 2013. Following his residency, Dr. Haytmanek headed west to the Steadman Clinic for his service as a Fellow. During his residency at Duke University, Dr. Thomas Haytmanek, Jr received several awards. He received the Duke Orthopaedic Annual Award for Excellence for his Orthopaedic Research Presentation in June 2013. He was named a Feagin Leadership Program Scholar as part of the Duke Sports Medicine team in 2012-2013. In 2012, he traveled to New Delhi, India, as a Parekh Traveling Scholar, and also received the Ralph Coonrad Mission Traveling Endowment Award. Dr. Haytmanek's completed research projects have been published in The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, Foot and Ankle International, American Journal of Sports Medicine and Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy.
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Movement allows us to define our lives through physical activities. The concept of treating bones and joints to maintain mobility and return patients to athletic performance is what drew to me to the practice of orthopedic surgery. During my advanced training at The Steadman Clinic, where the motto is "keeping people active," I learned both innovative and minimally invasive techniques for accomplishing this goal. Seeing patients return to their desired pursuits makes my practice fulfilling and rewarding. As a physician and surgeon at The Coughlin Clinic, I will employ this philosophy as I work with my patients towards our goal of returning them to the activities that define their lives.