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Craig Eberson, M.D.

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Chief, Division of Pediatric Orthopedics
Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
Fellowship-Trained Orthopedic Surgeon

Appointment Information:

Patient Appointments, Surgical Scheduling & Administration
Call: 401-457-1550
Fax: 401-270-3966

Craig Eberson, M.D.

Chief, Division of Pediatric Orthopedics
Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
Fellowship-Trained Orthopedic Surgeon

Specialties:

Craig P. Eberson, M.D, specializes in the treatment of orthopaedic disorders in children. His main clinical interests lie in the treatment of scoliosis and other spinal disorders, congenital or acquired problems of the lower extremities in children, and pediatric fracture care.

Meet Dr. Eberson:

Dr. Eberson attended college at the University of Pennsylvania before completing his medical degree at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in his native state of New Jersey. Dr. Eberson finished his orthopaedic residency at Brown University. He furthered his education and training with a fellowship in Pediatric and Adult Orthopaedic Trauma at Brown University followed by fellowship-training at the renowned Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas, TX. At Scottish Rite Hospital, Dr. Eberson served as the Edwards Fellow in Pediatric Orthopaedics and Scoliosis.

Dr. Eberson is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Brown Medical School and an Attending Physician at Hasbro Children's Hospital and Rhode Island Hospital. He is the chief of Pediatric Orthopaedics, and is the author of numerous book chapters, scientific articles, and national presentations related to the orthopaedic care of children. His current research interests include the treatment of spinal disorders via a minimally invasive approach, improving the success of limb-lengthening procedures, and the treatment of pediatric musculoskeletal injuries.

On the personal side, Dr. Eberson and his wife Denise, a pediatrician, have three sons and live in Cumberland. In his free time, Dr. Eberson is active in coaching flag football, soccer and baseball. He also enjoys skiing, fly fishing, exercising and barbecuing.

Offices:

Dudley Street
2 Dudley St.
Providence, RI
02905

East Greenwich
1598 South County Trail
East Greenwich, RI

Kettle Point
1 Kettle Point Ave.
East Providence, RI
02914
02818

Disclosures:

AAOS Record of Disclosures

Undergraduate Degree:

University of Pennsylvania

Medical Degree:

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Residency:

Orthopaedic residency at Brown University

Fellowship:

Fellowship in Pediatric and Adult Orthopaedic Trauma at Brown University. He completed his training within a year at the renowned Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas, TX, where he served as the Edwards Fellow in Pediatric Orthopaedics and Scoliosis.

Professional Affiliations:

He was the 2000 recipient of the Haffenreffer award for Excellence in Orthopaedic Research.

kerry clark, pediatric orthopedics rhode islandMy Assistant

Kerry Clark, NP
Pediatric Orthopedics

Nurse Practitioner Clark specializes in the orthopedic care of children, including scoliosis and back pain, sports injuries, and fractures.

Patient Resources

Young scoliosis patient Emily Dugan shares her personal journey

Young scoliosis patient Emily Dugan shares her personal journey with the disease and her treatment she received by Dr. Craig Eberson at Hasbro Children’s Hospital in this patient-produced video.

Vermont Family’s Search for World-Class Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery Leads Them to Hasbro Children’s Hospital

pediatric scoliosis rhode island, vermont, new york

Phoebe was diagnosed with scoliosis, a sideways curvature of the spine, at the age of 12. Her condition developed quickly as Phoebe experienced a growth spurt. At first, Phoebe didn't complain of pain or realize anything was wrong. Her parents (Dana and Todd) understood the importance of finding a pediatric scoliosis specialists. After careful research, one name kept popping up, Dr. Craig Eberson. "Based on our research, Dr. Eberson was clearly our top choice,” Dana says. Click here to read Phoebe's complete success story.


Patient Reviews


Dr. Craig Eberson Comments Would Recommend
Dr. Eberson has always made my child comfortable, we wouldn’t see any other orthopedic doctor! 100%
It is TERRIBLE customer service to double book patients when you don’t have the ability to have them seen in a timely fashion. We waited over an hour to go into an exam room and see the doctor, our appointment was at 930 and we did not leave until 11. The inconvenience this caused was unacceptable and showed little regard and respect for people’s time. 90%
Amazing! 100%
It was a great visit and a nice place. 100%
My daughter is 10 and he is her favorite doctor. 100%
We were extremely disappointed we were forced to wait over 1.5 hours with a 5 week old and no one offering to have us reschedule at the beginning of the visit, or letting us how he was so tardy. Likewise, when he came in the room he didn't apologize for wasting so much of our time. Time is precious for everyone and this was extremely unprofessional. Likewise, he seemed totally uninformed as to why we were there. I assume they read the refferals. To be that late, without an leading apology for us won't ever work. His assistants response was "he is normally late and I have no control. I'mSorry you can come back"This was after waiting 1.5 hours. We didn't want to have to come back. We understand drs run late But it is super easy to be professional, lead with an apology, have your assistant help you and let patients know they can go home and to respect people's time. 0%
I was incredibly impressed with his ability to make my daughter feel at ease. His ability to make is not feel rushed and to answer any questions we might have. He was very patient and considerate of our time. I would absolutely recommend him and I am so happy we were able to see him. 100%
Wait time is very long and very difficult with small children. We had to wait an hour past our appointment time to be seen for 3 minutes and appointment was scheduled for before 9am 50%
Wish the wait wasn’t so long! First time seeing Dr. Eberson and we absolutely loved him. He was great with the kids and very caring and easy to talk to and understand. Will definitely recommend and come back if we ever need to! 100%
The long wait before seeing Dr. Eberson on 3/21/19 had nothing to do with him or the office staff! It was an insurance issue the had to wait until customer service came in!! 100%
He’s a great doctor and very kind to my son also 100%
He was very personable and very nice 100%
He was Amazing. He explained everything in detail so my 10 year old could understand and feel at ease. My son is very shy and the Doctor Team was great with him. Thank u and see u in a year 100%
Dr Eberson is very pleasant, can say the same of his assistant. 80%
Dr. Eberson is devoted and sincere. He is easy to talk to and extraordinarily knowledgeable. Great bedside manner. All around fantasticas good as it gets! 100%
He is very easy to understand when he explains certain conditions was very polite so I would definitely come back to this office 100%
Thank you, for a quick appointment and showing us in the imaging where the presenting problems are. Also, Thank you for especially listening to a parent and getting further imaging. 90%
My daughter and I have been to Dr. Eberson a few times over the past few years and every time we come for our appointment we’ve been kept waiting for a very long time. This last time our appointment was at 3:30 and we didn’t get into see him until 4:30. It’s very discouraging to have to wait such a long time. 100%
We LOVE Dr. Eberson! He is an awesome doctor! 100%
Not concerning the doc bc he was great, but I was VERy disappointed in how long it tool to actually be seen. And in the end, we ordered and paid for a CD and were sent to multiple places to get the copy and kept getting elsewhere and had to leave bc it took so long and didn't get the CD 90%
Dr. Everson is the best! 100%
Haylee is our only child and it’s hard to see what Haylee is going through. He’s incredible with Haylee and we know if surgery is in the future Haylee is in good hands with Dr Eberson. 100%
He is an amazing doctor who takes time with his patients and listens to their concerns as well as the parents. I would highly recommend him. I wish there were more Dr like him who took interest in their patients 100%
We are so happy we were referred to Dr. Eberson my baby could not have been in better hands. 100%
Dr Eberson was fantastic, but I was very upset that the staff made my 12 yr old daughter walk from the 4th floor down to the first floor through the entry way in a johnnie and carrying her own clothes. I had to hold her johnnie closed the whole time. 90%
DR. Eberson is a very good Dr. and good listener, I just wish he were more on time to scheduled appointment time and not be late all the time. We are usually seen 50 minutes or later after scheduled time which is very disappointing and frustrating. The maximum amount of time any scheduled patient should have to wait should only be 15‐20 minutes tops. 90%
He is great! 100%
As always, I am very pleased with Dr. Eberson’s service and his staff. Every visit, you guys makes us feel that you care. If we go in not sure to what decision to make, Dr. Eberson always takes the time to make sure we understand our options ‐ and what treatment could possibly be better for our child. Thanks for being so professional. Ps. Really like the new office in riverside! 100%
Dr. Eberson was wonderful and definitely lived up to his excellent reputation! 100%
provides exceptional care 100%
Thank you for your assistance and interesting 100%
Excellent rapport with kids and with adults, very professional, we never feel rushed and just a great overall presence and personality! 100%
He is the best orthopedic surgeon I have ever seen, he's a five star orthopedic!!! 100%
We waited for an hour and a half to be seen. 100%

For just meeting him for the first time I felt for once my son was in the best hands. He answered any questions I had and I felt like I got the best answers back. Thank you so much Dr.Eberson

100%

I previously met with Dr. Terek and then followed up with Dr. Eberson. Both of them were amazing. Dr. Eberson was empathetic, kind and professional. I’d recommend this practice to anyone.

100%

The only thing I was dissatisfied about was waiting over an hour for a child’s appointment. I feel as though when we should have been told that the doctor was running an hour behind. We then could have decided to stay or reschedule.

90%
The wait was too long. 80%
Great facility, great personnel and great Dr. Wonderful experience and customer service. 100%
Dr. Eberson is clearly knowledgeable, but is also extremely personable and clearly makes you feel comfortable talking about your condition and a course of action. Would HIGHLY recommend him! 100%
Dr. Eberson is always attentive and comprehensive at our visits. 100%
The new location needs to be updated on your website. 90%
The dental assistants are all amazing! Kim in billing is excellent as well! 90%
Dr eberson is definitely in the right career most amazing pediatric Dr I have come in contact with! You are amazing with kids thank you for all you do for the kids in need of your knowledge 100%
Dr. Eberson was great! However, we waited over an 1.5 hours before we were seen. Which is unacceptable!!!! 90%
Our only issue at this appointment was the wait time. Our appointment was for 1:45, it was not until approximately 3:30 that we saw the Dr. Dr Eberson was great at the appointment but the wait time was challenging. 80%
We were so impressed with Dr Eberson, his bedside manner was amazing, he was patient, kind, and excellent with our daughter. He never made us feel rushed and answered all our questions. We are so happy we were referred to him! 100%
We have been thoroughly pleased with the care provided by Dr. Eberson and appreciate his thoroughness, patient approach, and followup actions. The only thing that I consistently note in these surveys is that the wait time is fairly excessive. We arrived at 9:45 a.m. for a 10:00 a.m. appt. and still had to wait 30 minutes for my son's x‐ray. From start to finish‐‐check‐in, x‐ray, and appointment with provider‐‐we were at UO for 2 hrs. and 15 min. 100%
He ser ver noche ana repecfull 100%
My main complaint about our experience was the lengthy wait. We waited over an hour and a half to see the doctor. 90%
The staff working with him were wonderful!! They were caring and helpful. 100%
Dr. Eberson is a very good doctor. 100%
He's a nice guy. Enjoyed my visit. 70%
Dr Eberson was extremely informative, and knowledgeable in the type of injury my son had. He made us feel completely comfortable to ask any questions we had about his type of injury. 100%
Is an excellent professional and human. 100%
Dr Eberson is a great physician! He is very caring and able to convey his knowledge is an way that is easy for us to understand. He has great bed side manners and gives us the time we need during appointments. He performed hip surgery on my daughter 3 years ago and personally came to the hospital to follow up on her when he was not on duty. He was also there to discharge her my daughter asked him for a hug and he said “YOU made my day! My daughter says, “I like Dr Eberson....he makes me feel better even if casts make me itchy! We’re fortunate to have him caring for our complex daughter. 100%
Welcoming and approachable with questions and provided clear explanation 100%
Thank you. 90%
Although the wait time is a bit long, Dr. Eberson is so worth the wait. He has always taken the time needed during appointments to answer all questions and concerns I have. He is the best!!!! 100%
Dr Eberson has an amazing bedside manner and worked well with my daughter. He addressed her concerns and made her feel at ease. He was thorough and personable. In most other doctor’s offices you feel rushed and as if you are just a number, but we did not feel that way at all. Thank you 100%
Wonderful surgeon and human being. Great team. They all made such a challenging time so much better. So great ful for their skill and kindness. 100%
Long wait time after scheduled appointment time is very difficult especially with children 70%
Great doctor! Very good and knowledgeable in his expertise! 100%
Besides having to wait, this was one of our more positive visits - staff are always kind and helpful 100%
He is great and we love the new location as well! 100%
The staff and dr are all terrific. The only problem is appointment is never on time. Always late. We waited 2 hours past our appointment time. Tough on a little kid. 90%
We waited over two hours to see dr ebeson. The nurse was not friendly at all moved us around in rooms. Then I needed a note for my daughter for school and the lady at the check out was rude and made us wait as she waited on other people. They needed more staff and with friendlier dispositions especially when my daughter misses almost a whole day of school for a 10 minute doctor visit. 70%
I have such confidence in the care my son received from Dr Eberson. He has such a way with kids. My son really loves him and enjoys seeing him. From a parents standpoint. He is exactly what you would want in a surgeon. 100%
We have been seeing Dr Eberson for a few years now because of Haylees back and we couldn’t ask for a better Doctor. Dr Eberson we thank you!!! 100%
Very attentative and caring and informative 100%
Dr Eberson is a great physician and we are very pleased with his care. 100%

Publications

Peer Reviewed

  • Eberson CP. Normative Data for Dermatomal-Mapped Cortical Somatosensory Evoked Potentials. University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Research Bulletin, 1992.
  • Eberson CP, Pacicca DM, Ehrlich, MG. The Role of Ketorolac in Decreasing Length of Stay and Narcotic Complications in the Postoperative Pediatric Orthopaedic Patient. J. Pediatric Orthop. Sep.-Oct;19(5):688-692, 1999.
  • Eberson CP, Ng T, Green A. Contralateral Intrathoracic Displacement of the Humeral Head. A Case Report. JBJS, Jan;82(1):105-108, 2000.
  • Ehrlich MG, Eberson CP. Childhood Musculoskeletal Disease Fact Sheet. AAOS Report to Congress, 2001.
  • Greisburg J, Bliss MJ, Eberson CP, Solga P, d'Amato, C. Social and economic Benefits of Flexible Intramedullary Nails in the Treatment of Pediatric Femoral Shaft Fractures. Orthopedics. Oct;225(10):1067-70; 2002.
  • Eberson CP, Hogan KA, Moore DC, Ehrlich MG. Effect of Low-Intensity Ultrasound Stimulation on Consolidation of the Regenerate Zone in a Rat Model of Distraction Osteogenesis. J Pediatric Orthop. Jan-Feb;23(1):46-51, 2003.
  • Lee MC, Eberson CP. Growth and Development of the Child's Hip. Orthop Clin N Amer. 37(2): 119-133, 2006
  • Constantine E, Steele DW, Eberson CP, Linakis JG. The Use of Local Anesthetic Techniques for Closed Forearm Fracture Reduction in Children: A Survey of Academic Pediatric Emergency Departments. Pediatric Emergency Care. 2006, in press
  • Lee M, Tashjian R, Eberson CP. Calcaneal osteomyelitis from community acquired methacillin resistant Staph aureus. Accepted for publication. Foot and Ankle International, 2006 Bradley M, Eberson CP. Traumatic dislocation of the radial head. Accepted for publication Orthopaedics, 2006
  • Eberson CP, Schiller J. Spinal Deformity in Sports. Arthroscopy Review, In press
  • Eberson CP. Scoliosis; an Update. Rhode Island medical journal. In press.
  • chiller JR, Thakur NA, Eberson CP. Brace Management in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2009 May 30. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 19484317.
  • Appleyard DV, Schiller JR, Eberson CP, Ehrlich MG. Idiopathic chondrolysis treated with etanercept. Orthopedics. 2009 Mar;32(3):214. PubMed PMID: 19309046.
  • Mulcahey M, Thakur N, Tocci S, Eberson C. Compartment syndrome in a child secondary to acute osteomyelitis of the ulna. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2009 Mar;28(3):258-9. PubMed PMID: 19165127.
  • Ward WT, Eberson CP, Otis SA, Wallace CD, Wellisch M, Warman JR, Leitch KK, Epps HR, Richards BS. Pediatric orthopaedic practice management: the role of midlevel providers. J Pediatr Orthop. 2008 Dec;28(8):795-8. PubMed PMID: 19034167.
  • Patel A, Calfee R, Thakur N, Eberson C. Non-operative management of femoral neuropathy secondary to a traumatic iliacus haematoma in an adolescent. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2008 Oct;90(10):1380-1. PubMed PMID: 18827251.
  • Henn RF 3rd, Crawford DC, Eberson CP, Ehrlich MG. Subtalar release in clubfeet: a retrospective study of 10-year outcomes. Foot Ankle Int. 2008 Apr;29(4):390-5. PubMed PMID: 18442453.
  • Schiller JR, Eberson CP. Spinal deformity and athletics. Sports Med Arthrosc. 2008 Mar;16(1):26-31. Review. PubMed PMID: 18277259.
  • Bradley MP, Tashjian RZ, Eberson CP. Irreducible radial head dislocation in a child: a case report. Am J Orthop. 2007 May;36(5):E76-9. PubMed PMID: 17657320.
  • Eberson CP. Idiopathic scoliosis in children: an update. Med Health R I. 2007 Apr;90(4):115-9. PubMed PMID: 17518151.
  • Constantine E, Steele DW, Eberson C, Boutis K, Amanullah S, Linakis JG. The use of local anesthetic techniques for closed forearm fracture reduction in children: a survey of academic pediatric emergency departments. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2007 Apr;23(4):209-11. PubMed PMID: 17438431.
  • Lee MC, Tashjian RZ, Eberson CP. Calcaneus osteomyelitis from community-acquired MRSA. Foot Ankle Int. 2007 Feb;28(2):276-80. PubMed PMID: 17296154.
  • Lee MC, Bier AD, Nickisch F, Eberson CP, Ehrlich MG, Chen Q. Epiphysiodesis with infusion of stromal cell-derived factor-1 in rabbit growth plates. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2007 Jan;89(1):102-13. PubMed PMID: 17200317.
  • Lee MC, Eberson CP. Growth and development of the child's hip. Orthop Clin North Am. 2006 Apr;37(2):119-32, v. Review. PubMed PMID: 16638443.
  • Eberson CP, Hogan KA, Moore DC, Ehrlich MG. Effect of low-intensity ultrasound stimulation on consolidation of the regenerate zone in a rat model of distraction osteogenesis. J Pediatr Orthop. 2003 Jan-Feb;23(1):46-51. PubMed PMID: 12499942.
  • Greisberg J, Bliss MJ, Eberson CP, Solga P, d'Amato C. Social and economic benefits of flexible intramedullary nails in the treatment of pediatric femoral shaft fractures. Orthopedics. 2002 Oct;25(10):1067-70; discussion 1070. PubMed PMID: 12401013.
  • Eberson CP, Ng T, Green A. Contralateral intrathoracic displacement of the humeral head. A case report. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2000 Jan;82(1):105-8. PubMed PMID: 10653090.
  • Eberson CP, Pacicca DM, Ehrlich MG. The role of ketorolac in decreasing length of stay and narcotic complications in the postoperative pediatric orthopaedic patient. J Pediatr Orthop. 1999 Sep-Oct;19(5):688-92. PubMed PMID:
    10488877.
  • Ehrlich MG, Eberson CP.  Childhood Musculoskeletal Disease Fact Sheet.  AAOS Report to Congress, 2001.
  • Eberson CP. Normative Data for Dermatomal-Mapped Cortical Somatosensory Evoked Potentials.  University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Research Bulletin, 1992
Books and Chapters
  • Ehrlich MG, Eberson CP. Legg-Calve Perthes Disease. In Oxford Textbook of Surgery, Second Edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Eberson CP, Schiller J.. Pediatric Foot Disorders. In Current Knowledge in Orthopaedics: Foot and Ankle volume, Digiovanni and Greisberg, ed. In press.
  • Eberson CP. Operative treatment of Pediatric Tibial Fractures. In Operative Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery, Weisel S, ed. In press.
  • Eberson CP. Operative treatment of Pediatric Shoulder Injuries. In Operative Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery, Weisel S, ed. In press.
  • Eberson CP, Ehrlich MG. Orthopaedic Conditions. In Practical Guide to the Care of the Pediatric Patient, Alario AJ, Birnkrant J, ed. In press.
  • Eberson CP. Compartment Syndromes and Nerve Compression Syndromes in the Pediatric Foot and Ankle. In The Child's Foot and Ankle, Drennan JC, ed. In press.
  • hrlich MG, Eberson CP.  Legg-Calve Perthes Disease.  In Oxford Textbook of Surgery, Second Edition.  New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Eberson CP, Schiller J..  Pediatric Foot Disorders.   In Current Knowledge in Orthopaedics: Foot and Ankle volume, Digiovanni and Greisberg, ed.   Philadelphia: Elsevier/Mosby 2007
  • Eberson CP. Operative treatment of Pediatric Tibial Fractures. In Operative Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery, Weisel S, ed. in Press
  • Eberson CP. Operative treatment of Pediatric Shoulder Injuries. In Operative Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery, Weisel S, ed.   in Press
  • Eberson CP, Ehrlich MG.   Orthopaedic Conditions.  In Practical Guide to the Care of the Pediatric Patient, 2ND edition. Alario AJ, Birnkrant J, ed. Philadelphia: Elsevier/Mosby 2008..
  • Eberson CP.  Schiller J. Osteochondrosis of the Pediatric Foot and Ankle.  In The Child’s Foot and Ankle, Drennan JC, ed.  In press
  • Section Editor for Orthopedics, Clinical Pediatrics, in press
Abstracts
  • Eberson CP, Pacicca DM, Ehrlich, MG. The Role of Ketorolac in Decreasing Length of Stay and Narcotic Complications in the Postoperative Pediatric Orthopaedic Patient. Procedings of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, 1998
  • Eberson CP, Pacicca DM, Ehrlich, MG. Does Ketorolac Control Pain and Prevent Narcotic Complications in the Post Operative Patient?. Procedings of the American Acadamy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, 1998
  • Eberson CP, Damato CR. A Modified Technique for Preventing Rotational Malreduction in displaced Supracondylar Fractures of the Elbow in Children. Procedings of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, 2000
  • Eberson CP, Hogan KA, Moore DC, Ehrlich MG. Effect of Low-Intensity Ultrasound Stimulation on Consolidation of the Regenerate Zone in a Rat Model of Distraction Osteogenesis. Procedings of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, 2000
  • Eberson CP, Hogan KA, Moore DC, Ehrlich MG. Effect of Low-Intensity Ultrasound Stimulation on Consolidation of the Regenerate Zone in a Rat Model of Distraction Osteogenesis. Procedings of the Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting, 2000
  • Eberson CP, Herring TA. The effect of treatment on residual acetabular deformity in Perthes disease. Procedings of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, 2002
  • Nickish F, Eberson CP, Dupuy D, Ehrlich MG. Percutaneous Epiphyseodesis using Radiofrequency Ablation: An Experimental Study in Rabbits. Procedings of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, 2004
  • Henn F, Eberson CP, Crawfor D, Ehrlich MG. Prevention of Recurrence of Clubfoot by Aggressive Hindfoot Realignment: Ten Year Outcomes. Procedings of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, 2004
  • Eberson CP, Ehrlich MG. Capsasicin Treatment for Long Term Pain Control: Effect of Intraarticular Injection. Procedings of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America, Ottawa, Canada 2005
  • Lee MC, Bier AD, Chen Q, Nickish F, Eberson CP, Ehrlich MG. The feasibility of Biologic Epiphyseodesis. Procedings of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, 2006
  • Eberson CP, Fitzgibbons P, Arcand N, Solga P, Katarincic J. Predictors of successful closed treatment of type 2 supracondylar humeral fractures. Proceedings of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, 2007
  • Park M, Weiss-Laxer N, Katarincic J, Mello M, Eberson CP.  Pediatric Supracondylar Fractures:  Association with improper Equipment Use Zones. Proceedings of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, 2008
Invited Lectures and National Presentations
  • Fractures in Children, Pediatric Surgery Grand Rounds, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, RI 1996
  • Fractures of the Pelvis and Acetabulum. Brown University Department of Orthopaedics Trauma Conference, Providence, RI 1997
  • Dislocations around the Elbow. Brown University Department of Orthopaedics Trauma Conference, Providence, RI 1997
  • Reduction, Casting, and Splinting techniques, Emergency Medicine Teaching Conference, Hasbro Children's Hospital, Providence, RI, 1997
  • Common Injuries in Orthopaedics, Brown Medical School, Providence, RI, 1999-2001
  • Thrombophilia and Hypofibrinolysis as Etiologic Factors in Perthes Disease, Orthopaedic Grand Rounds, Rhode Island Hospital, 1998
  • The Role of Ketorolac in Decreasing Narcotic Complications and Length of Stay in the Pediatric Orthopaedic Patient. POSNA, Poster Presentation, Cleveland, Ohio, 1998
  • Does Ketorolac Control Pain and Prevent Narcotic Complications in the Post Operative Patient? AAOS, Poster Presentation, New Orleans, LA, 1998
  • The Argument for Reamed Intramedullary Fixation of Femoral Shaft Fractures. New England Fracture Forum, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, RI, 1999
  • A Modified Technique for Preventing Rotational Malreduction in displaced Supracondylar Fractures of the Elbow in Children. Poster and Video Presentation. POSNA, Vancouver, BC, 2000
  • The Use of Low Intensity Ultrasound in a Rat Model of Distraction Osteogenesis, Poster Presentation. POSNA, Vancouver, BC, 2000
  • A Modified Technique for Preventing Rotational Malreduction in displaced Supracondylar Fractures of the Elbow in Children. Poster Presentation. AAOS, Orlando, Florida, 2000
  • The Effect of Low Intensity Ultrasound on Consolidation of Regenerate Bone in a Rat Model of Distraction Osteogenesis, Poster Presentation. ORS, Orlando, Florida, 2000
  • The Effect of Treatment on Residual Acetabular Deformity in Perthes Disease. POSNA, Amelia Island, FL 2003
  • The Effect of Treatment on Residual Acetabular Deformity in Perthes Disease. Brandon Carrell Lectureship, Dallas, Texas, 2002
  • Spinal Cord Injury in the Pediatric Patient. Southcoast Health System Pediatric Symposium, North Attleboro, Massachusetts, 2002
  • Scoliosis: A Pediatrician's Guide. Pediatric Grand Rounds, Brown University Medical School, Providence, RI, 2002
  • Orthopedic Management of Cerebral Palsy. New England Spasticity Management Symposium. Providence, RI 2003
  • Management of Spinal Deformities in Children. Colby College Problems in Pediatrics Course. Colby College, Waterville, ME, 2003
  • Unusual Causes of Radicular Pain. Colby College Problems in Pediatrics Course. Colby College, Waterville, ME, 2003
  • Spinal Deformity in Sports. National Athletic Trainer's Association Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, 2003
  • Serial Casting in Children. New England Society of Orthopedic Technologists Annual Meeting. Warwick, RI 2003
  • Traumatic Sports Injuries in Children. Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Symposium. Providence, RI, 2003
  • Pediatric Sports Injuries. Department of Pediatrics Grand Rounds, Brown University. Providence, RI 2004
  • Percutaneous Epiphyseodesis using Radiofrequency Ablation: An Experimental Study in Rabbits. Pediatric Orthopedic Society of North America, St. Louis, MO 2004
  • The Use of Radiofrequency Ablation for Induction of Growth Arrest in a Rabbit Model, Orthopaedic Research Society, San Francisco, CA 2004
  • Prevention of Recurrence of Clubfoot by Aggressive Hindfoot Realignment: Ten Year Outcomes. Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America, St. Louis, MO 2004
  • Capsasicin Treatment for Long Term Pain Control: Effect of Intraarticular Injection. Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America, Ottawa, Canada 2005
  • Scoliosis for the Practicing Orthopedist. Grand Rounds, Memorial Hospital of RI, Pawtucket,RI, March 2005
  • Update on Pediatric Spinal Deformity. Department of Pediatrics Grand Rounds. Providence, RI August 2005
  • Back Pain in Children. Rhode Island Primary Care Society meeting. Warwick, RI 2006
  • Neonatal Orthopaedics. Women and Infants Hospital Grand Rounds, Providence, RI 2006
  • Pediatric Sports Medicine. Current Concepts in Prevention and treatment of Sports Injuries. Sponsored by RIH Dept. of Rehabilitation, Warwick, RI April 2006
  • "Hip and Knee Physeal Injuries", "Treatment of Pediatric Tibial Fractures", "Elastic Nailing of Tibial Fractures", "Distal Tibial Physeal Injuries", "Non Accidental Trauma" at American Acadamy of Orthopaedic Surgery/Orthopaedic Trauma Association 6th Annual Orthopaedic Trauma Course. St Augustine, Florida, April 2006
  • The Feasibility of Biologic Epiphyseodesis. Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, 2006
  • The Preparticipation Sports Examination. Meeting of the Rhode Island chapter of the American Acadamy of Pediatrics, September, 2006
  • Scoliosis in the Young Child. Colby College Problems in Pediatrics Course.  Colby College, Waterville, ME, 2007
  • Pediatric Supracondylar Fractures: Association with improper Equipment Use Zones. Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, 2008
  • Spinal Deformities in Children.  Annual Meeting of the RI society of Osteopathic Physicians. Newport, RI 2008
National/International Teaching
  • Management of Spinal Deformities in Children. Colby College Problems in Pediatrics Course.  Colby College, Waterville, ME, 2003
  • Unusual Causes of Radicular Pain. Colby College Problems in Pediatrics Course.  Colby College, Waterville, ME, 2003
  • Spinal Deformity in Sports.  National Athletic Trainer’s Association Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, 2003
  • Hip and Knee Physeal Injuries”, “Treatment of Pediatric Tibial Fractures”, “Elastic Nailing of Tibial Fractures”, “Distal Tibial Physeal Injuries”, “Non Accidental Trauma” at American Acadamy of Orthopaedic Surgery/Orthopaedic Trauma Association 6th Annual Orthopaedic Trauma Course. St Augustine, Florida, April 2006
  • Scoliosis in the Young Child. Colby College Problems in Pediatrics Course.  Colby College, Waterville, ME, 2007