Honors, Awards, etc.
2021 Seattle Met "Top Doctors, Nurse Practitioners & Physician Assistants"
Board Eligible in Orthopedic Surgery. Dr. Rothenberg has passed all certification exams, completed the first phase of board eligibility and is on track to board certification.
Dr. Adam Rothenberg is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in total hip, total knee and partial knee replacement surgery. With extensive training in robotic-assisted techniques, he focuses on using minimally invasive approaches and patient specific instrumentation to achieve the best results for his patients. Dr. Rothenberg also has advanced training in performing complex hip and knee arthroplasty revisions.
Before joining EvergreenHealth in 2019, Dr. Rothenberg was an attending surgeon at UPMC Presbyterian trauma center in Pittsburgh from 2017-2018 and the VA Pittsburgh hospital from 2017-2019. As a fully credentialed physician, he has passed all certification exams and is on track to board certification.
Primary and revision total hip and knee replacement surgery
Anterior approach hip replacement
Partial knee replacement surgery including medial, lateral and patellofemoral replacement
Minimally invasive approaches including direct anterior approach to the hip
Robotic-assisted surgical techniques
Patient specific instrumentation
Rapid recovery protocols to total hip and knee replacement including outpatient surgery
Philosophy of Care
My principal goal is to help restore your ability to enjoy your life again. We will partner to craft an individualized treatment plan that incorporates specific goals and needs. When it is time for surgery, the most advanced techniques and implants available will be chosen specific to your anatomy and functional goals. By working collaboratively, you should be able to understand your care plan and achieve the maximum benefit possible.
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University of Washington School of Medicine | Seattle, WA
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (orthopedic surgery) | Pittsburgh, PA
Allegheny General Hospital (adult reconstruction) | Pittsburgh, PA