Dr. Vanderbeck is a Board Certified and Fellowship Trained Orthopedic Surgeon who specializes in Shoulder and Elbow. She completed a fellowship in shoulder and elbow surgery at the Rothman Institute in Philadelphia, PA. Being a New Jersey native, she completed her undergraduate training at Rutgers University in the field of Biological Sciences. Prior to obtaining her medical degree at Jefferson Medical College, Dr. Vanderbeck attended graduate school at Thomas Jefferson University where she received a Master of Science degree in Biomedical Chemistry. She continued her training as both resident and fellow in Orthopaedic Surgery at Jefferson. Dr. Vanderbeck is a member of the Alpha Omega National Medical Honor Society and has received many honors and awards during her orthopaedic training. She received the Everett J. Gordon Award for outstanding clinical achievement, as well as, the Mark D. Chilton Award for demonstration of an outstanding level of kindness and compassion for the patients entrusted to her care. Dr. Vanderbeck has published in both highly respected shoulder and elbow reference textbooks and peer-reviewed journals. She has lectured on a variety of shoulder and elbow topics, locally. Her orthopaedic practice is focused on the treatment of disorders of the shoulder and elbow including arthritis, work and sports injuries, trauma and complex fractures. She performs total and partial joint replacements for the shoulder and elbow, reconstructive procedures and arthroscopy.