Dr. Eric B. Fuller has been a part of the Chicago medical community for more than a decade, having received most of his training here. He spent a year at Stanford learning to treat a diversity of pediatric orthopaedic problems with a specific emphasis on spinal deformity surgery. His clinical interests include pediatric trauma, hip dysplasia, limb deformity, and limb length discrepancy, among other musculoskeletal pathologies. Dr. Fuller is particularly passionate about spinal correction surgery that allows for continued growth while minimizing reoperations.
Clinical Interests: Scoliosis and congenital spine deformities, fractures in growing children
Postgraduate Training: Fellowship in pediatric orthopaedics, Stanford University Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, 2015-2016; Residency in orthopaedic surgery, Northwestern University Mc Gaw Medical Center, 2010-2015
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery