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Orthopedics

J. Eric Gordon, MD

Current Position
Professor, Orthopedic Surgery

Specialty Areas
Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery
Orthopedic Surgery

Additional Features and Interviews with Dr. Gordon:

Visit Dr. Gordon's page on the Orthopedic Surgery website

Patients Seen At
Missouri Baptist Hospital
3015 New Ballas, Building C
St. Louis, MO  63131
314-514-3500
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Shriners Hospital for Children
2001 South Lindbergh Boulevard
St. Louis, MO  63131
(314) 432-3600
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St Louis Children's Hospital
One Children's Place, 4 S-60
St. Louis, MO  63110
314-514-3500
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Washington University Orthopedics
14532 S. Outer 40 Drive
Chesterfield, MO  63017
314-514-3500
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Mailing Address
Washington University School of Medicine, Department of Orthopedic Surgery
660 South Euclid Avenue, Campus Box 8233
St. Louis, MO  63110

Areas of Clinical Interest
Orthopedics, children's hip and lower extremity problems, limb lengthening and orthopedic leg deformity

Board Certification
Orthopedic Surgery -- Certified

Medical Education
Residency: Orthopedic Surgery, Omaha, Nebraska
Fellowship: Pediatric Orthopedics, Shriners Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri
Medical Degree: University Of California, 1988
Hospital Affiliations
Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Missouri Baptist Medical Center
Shriners Hospital for Children
St. Louis Children's Hospital

Honors and Awards
Listed in Best Doctors in America, 2009-2013 (Best Doctors, Inc.)

Jerome J. Gilden Distinguished Physician Award for Commitment, Skill and Passion for Patient Care, 2005


Disclosure of Financial Interests with Industry
Washington University and its physicians are committed to ensuring integrity and objectivity in medical decision-making. Some of our physicians work collaboratively with pharmaceutical or medical device companies to develop innovative ideas and products that can improve health care delivery and clinical outcomes for patients. In some instances, our faculty physicians are paid by these commercial companies to provide advice on product design or to speak about the use of medications, devices, equipment or procedures. These payments may include: a) compensation for consulting and speaking engagements, b) equity, and/or c) royalties for products invented by our faculty. Any payments to Washington University physicians must be based on tangible services and may not exceed fair market value for their work. In addition to disclosure on this web site, physicians earning more than $10,000 per year must disclose their corporate financial relationship in writing to patients when prescribing or using that company's products.

Dr. J. Eric Gordon reported the following earned financial interests during calendar year 2013. Move your mouse over a header for more info.
Company
Royalties
Royalties: When a faculty member invents or conceives a new or improved process or product, the company that manufactures the product will make royalty payments to the faculty member. Royalty payments usually are a small percentage of the company’s revenue related to that product.
Consulting &
Advisory Boards
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Speaker Fees
Speaker Fees: Companies may pay faculty to speak to professional audiences about their products.
Orthopediatrics $25,001-$50,000 $10,001-$25,000  
To learn more about Washington University's policies on collaborations with industry, click here.


Selected or Recent Journal Articles
Kelly DM, Heyworth BE, Kruse RW, Edmonds EW, Vanderhave KL, Podeszwa DA, Talwalkar VR, Warner WC Jr, Gordon JE; Pediatric Orthopedic Society of North America (POSNA) Trauma and Prevention Committee 2011-2012. Current state of pediatric orthopaedic disaster response. J Pediatr Orthop. 2014 Apr-May;34(3):231-8.

Gordon JE, Leiman JM, Deland EL, Pardes H. Delivering value: provider efforts to improve the quality and reduce the cost of health care. Annu Rev Med. 2014;65:447-58.

Moss AH, Gordon JE, O'Connell A. Impact of Sleepwise: An Intervention for Youth with Developmental Disabilities and Sleep Disturbance. J Autism Dev Disord. 2014 Jan 18. [Epub ahead of print]

Moss AH, Gordon JE, O'Connell A. Impact of Sleepwise: An Intervention for Youth with Developmental Disabilities and Sleep Disturbance. J Autism Dev Disord. 2014 Jan 18. [Epub ahead of print]

Blackman AJ, Wall LB, Keeler KA, Schoenecker PL, Luhmann SJ, O'Donnell JC, Gordon JE. Acute compartment syndrome after intramedullary nailing of isolated radius and ulna fractures in children. J Pediatr Orthop. 2014 Jan;34(1):50-4.

Gordon JE, Manske MC, Lewis TR, O'Donnell JC, Schoenecker PL, Keeler KA. Femoral lengthening over a pediatric femoral nail: results and complications. J Pediatr Orthop. 2013 Oct-Nov;33(7):730-6.

Schoenecker PL, Gordon JE, Luhmann SJ, Dobbs MB, Keeler KA, Clohisy JC. A treatment algorithm for stable slipped capital femoral epiphysis deformity. J Pediatr Orthop. 2013 Jul-Aug;33 Suppl 1:S103-11.

Gordon JE, Wong JJ, Rasko JE. MicroRNAs in myeloid malignancies. Br J Haematol. 2013 Jul;162(2):162-76.

Gordon JE. It's not as easy as it looks: Commentary on an article by Wudbhav N. Sankar, MD, et al.: "The modified Dunn procedure for unstable slipped capital femoral epiphysis. a multicenter perspective". J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2013 Apr 3;95(7):e47.

Wall L, O'Donnell JC, Schoenecker PL, Keeler KA, Dobbs MB, Luhmann SJ, Gordon JE. Titanium elastic nailing radius and ulna fractures in adolescents. J Pediatr Orthop B. 2012 Sep;21(5):482-8.

Choi PY, Gordon JE, Harvey M, Chong BH. Presentation and outcome of idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura in a single Australian centre. Intern Med J. 2012 Jul;42(7):841-5.

Gordon JE, O'Donnell JC. Tibia fractures: what should be fixed? J Pediatr Orthop. 2012 Jun;32 Suppl 1:S52-61.

Foster TL, Dietrich MS, Friedman DL, Gordon JE, Gilmer MJ. National survey of children's hospitals on legacy-making activities. J Palliat Med. 2012 May;15(5):573-8.

Luhmann SJ, Oda JE, O'Donnell J, Keeler KA, Schoenecker PL, Dobbs MB, Gordon JE. An analysis of suboptimal outcomes of medial malleolus fractures in skeletally immature children. Am J Orthop (Belle Mead NJ). 2012 Mar;41(3):113-6.

Gordon JE. Bone mineral density after immobilization for fractures in adolescents: commentary on an article by Dimitri Ceroni, MD, et al.: "Effects of cast-mediated immobilization on bone mineral mass at various sites in adolescents with lower-extremity fracture". J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2012 Feb 1;94(3):e19.

McKeon KE, O'Donnell JC, Bashyal R, Hou CC, Luhmann SJ, Dobbs MB, Gordon JE. Immobilization after pinning of supracondylar distal humerus fractures in children: use of the A-frame cast. J Pediatr Orthop. 2012 Jan-Feb;32(1):e1-5.

Luhmann SJ, Fuhrhop S, O'Donnell JC, Gordon JE. Tibial fractures after tibial tubercle osteotomies for patellar instability: a comparison of three osteotomy configurations. J Child Orthop. 2011 Feb;5(1):19-26.

For more articles and abstracts, take this off-site link to the National Library of Medicine Pub Med page for Dr. J. Eric Gordon.


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