Jerome H. Debs II Endowed Chair for Orthopaedic Traumatology
Specialty: Foot & Ankle
College: Bachelor of Arts Degree, Biology, University of California, San Diego, California, 1975
Medical School: Doctor of Medicine Degree, School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, 1979
Internship: One year Surgical Internship, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, July 1, 1979-June 30, 1980
Residency: Five year Residency in Orthopedics, Case Western Reserve University, July 1, 1980-June 30, 1984
Board Certification: Board Certified
UW Medicine Bio: http://www.uwmedicine.org/bios/stephen-benirschke
About Dr. Benirschke
Dr. Stephen Benirschke is a graduate of the Case Western Reserve University. Following his training in Orthopaedic Surgery at Case Western he a completed fellowship in at Rätisches Kantons-und Regional Hospital in Switzerland.
He started as an Acting Instructor at the University of Washington in 1985 and has been a Professor at the University of Washington since 2000. Presently he is a member of the Resident Selection Committee and the Musculoskeletal Core Course. With a predominant interest in foot and ankle injuries, Dr. Benirschke has published over 45 peer-reviewed articles, 3 book chapters and has presented at numerous medical meetings. He was also the primary investigator on an AO ASIF Research Grant.
He has been honored for his teaching efforts at the University of Washington with the Resident Teaching Award in 1997.
2012 Top Doctors, Seattle Magazine, July 2012
June 1987, Orthopedic Resident Teaching Award, University of Washington
1993 to present: The Seattle Surgical Society
1993 to present: American College of Sports Medicine
1989 to present: Puget Sound Chapter Western Orthopedic Association
1989 to present: Western Orthopedic Association (regional)
1988 to present: Washington State Orthopedic Association
1988 to present: American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Fellow
1987 to present: AO Alumni Organization
1985 to present: Orthopedic Trauma Association
1985 to present: University of Washington Bone & Joint Association
1985 to present: Washington State Medical Association
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Surgeries & Diagnosis
Common Surgeries Performed:
Fractures and post-traumatic reconstruction, Foot & Ankle trauma and reconstruction
Common Diagnosis Treated:
Articular Fractures, Foot & Ankle Problems
Scientific Publications: (PubMed Listing)
Articles and abstracts:
Barei DP, Nork SE, Mills WJ, Henley MB, Benirschke SK. Complications associated with internal fixation of high-energy bicondylar tibial plateau fractures utilizing a two-incision technique. J Orthop Trauma. 2004 Nov;18(10):649-57.
Cooper J, Benirschke S, Sangeorzan B, Bernards C, Edwards W. Sciatic nerve blockade improves early postoperative analgesia after open repair of calcaneus fractures. J Orthop Trauma. 2004 Apr;18(4):197-201.
Benirschke SK, Kramer PA. Wound healing complications in closed and open calcaneal fractures. J Orthop Trauma. 2004 Jan;18(1):1-6. Review.
Vallier HA, Nork SE, Benirschke SK, Sangeorzan BJ. Surgical treatment of talar body fractures. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2003 Sep;85-A(9):1716-24.
Harvey EJ, Henley MB, Swiontkowski MF, Agel J, Benirschke SK: The use of a locking custom contoured blade plate for peri-articular nonunions. Injury, 34(2):111-6, Feb. 2003.
- Outcomes following operative treatment of articular fractures
- Gait analysis
- DVT investigation