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Jonathan Schiller, M.D.

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Fellowship-trained Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon
Division of Pediatric Orthopedics
Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

Appointment Information:

Patient Appointments, Surgical Scheduling & Administration
Call: 401-457-2110
Fax: 401-270-0420

Jonathan Schiller, M.D.

Fellowship-trained in Trauma and Pediatric Orthopaedics
Division of Pediatric Orthopedics
Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

Specialties:

Dr. Schiller specializes in pediatric orthopaedics, specifically in the treatment of pediatric fracture care, limb deformity and lengthening, scoliosis, and adolescent and young adult hip problems. Dr. Schiller also specializes in hip arthroscopy. His current research interests include improving success of limb lengthening procedures, pediatric fracture management, scoliosis, and treatment of the adolescent and young adult hip problems. Dr. Schiller completed the Dorothy and Bryant Edwards Fellowship in Pediatric Orthopaedics and Scoliosis at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas, TX.

Offices:

Dudley Street
2 Dudley St.
Providence, RI
02905

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

Undergraduate Degree:

Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine

Medical Degree:

MCP/Hahnemann School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Internship:

General surgery internship at Brown Medical School / Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, RI

Residency:

Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program at Brown Alpert Medical School / Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, RI

Fellowship:

  • Fellowship in Trauma at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University / Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, RI
    Fellowship Director Christopher Born, MD
  • Dorothy and Bryant Edwards Fellowship in Pediatric Orthopaedics and Scoliosis at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas, TX
    Fellowship Director John Anthony Herring, MD

Postgraduate Honors and Awards:

  • June 2010 - The T. Boone Pickens Annual Fellows Research Award, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children
  • June 2008 - The Haffenreffer Family House Staff Excellence Award, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Rhode Island Hospital
  • June 2007 - Peter G. Trafton, MD Residency Award for Research in Orthopaedic Trauma, Department of Orthopaedics, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Rhode Island Hospital

Professional Licenses and Board Certification

Rhode Island – Allopathic Physician and Controlled Substance Registration, June 2013

Academic Appointments

September 2010

 

Assistant Professor
Department of Orhopaedics Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University / Rhode Island Hospital

July 2008 - June 2009

Teaching Fellow in Orthopaedics
Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University/ Rhode Island Hospital

July 2007 - June 2008

Assistant Instructor in Orthopaedics Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University/ Rhode Island Hospital

June 2007 - June 2008

Executive Chief Resident, Department of Orthopaedics
Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University/ Rhode Island Hospital
Providence, RI

November 2007

Associate Master Instructor, Fundamentals in Arthroscopy Junior Resident Course Arthroscopy Association of North America AAOS/OLC Rosemont, IL

Hospital Appointments / Committees

January 2012 – Present

 

Director Adolescent and Young Adult Hip Program
Hasbro Children’s Hospital and Rhode Island Hospital
Providence, RI

June 2011 – Present

Pediatric Trauma Committee
Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Children’s Hospital
Providence, RI

November 2010 - Present

Surgical Clinical Practice and Safety Committee
Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Children’s Hospital
Providence, RI

September 2010 - Present

Attending Physician
Department of Orthopaedics
Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Children’s Hospital
Providence, RI

July 2008 - June 2009

Staff Surgeon
Department of Orthopaedics
Rhode Island Hospital
Providence, RI

Other Appointments

October 2011

 

Educational Consultant – Division of Hip Arthroscopy
Depuy Mitek, Inc.
Johnson and Johnson

June 2001 – May 2002

Admissions Interviewer, Student Member
MCP/Hahnemann School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

June 2006 – June 2009

Assistant to Team Physicians,
Brown University

July 2003 – June 2009

Assistant to Team Physicians
City of Providence High School Football Teams

June 2008 - June 2009

Assistant to Team Physicians, Providence Bruins

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Professional Societies

  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Candidate Member - 2010
  • Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA) Candidate Member - 2010

kerry clark, pediatric orthopedics rhode island, orthopedics for kids 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 Reviews


Dr. Jonathan Schiller Comments Would Recommend
I am very thankful that Dr. Schiller is overseeing my daughters orthopedic care. He is very friendly and explains things clearly. He makes sure to show me the x‐rays and explain thoroughly. He always asks me if it makes sense to me and that if I have any questions to let him know. He tries to make my daughter smile and make the visit less scary. I love that he does not push any unnecessary medications or procedures. This shows me he really cares about the wellbeing of his patients and that he does enjoy his practice. I love the new office in East Providence it is very beautiful and he staff is very friendly. I also like that Dr. Schiller even though he is not often at one of his other locations he said I can make an appointment to be seen there with him since it’s much closer to home. I have no complaints and I would recommend him to anyone. Keep up the good work and God Bless him and his team!! 100%
Dr. Schiller is the most personable doctor I have ever met. I've raved about him to everyone since. He made my daughter feel so
comfortable & had her laughing so hard! At the same time he eased the concerns of me & my husband & educated us on our daughter's injury & care. I cannot say enough about him. The staff in xray & in cast removal were incredible too. They made my daughter feel safe & comfortable. They all made her smile & laugh which is or course the best medicine!
100%
Dr. Schiller has always given me great care and information regarding my surgeries. He is a great doctor and if I needed to go back
again, I would not hesitate to call. He is a people person and cares about his patients.!
100%
Dr Schiller always takes the time to listen to my daughter’s concerns and explains things in a way she can understand 100%
The Dr made me feel bad for bringing my daughter back when it was a follow up his office made last year . He barely spoke to us
for 3 minutes and basically told us again it was normal and made me feel stupid for bringing her there . My daughter was crying and
uncomfortable with him so he barely assessed her . Pretty much we got charged for him to put her shoes and socks back on . I hope that in the future this isn’t a serious issue for my daughter we could have corrected now
50%
I loved how he explained what needed to be done to the patient, our 11 year old daughter. He included us, but made her feel
comfortable at a stressful time.
100%
Thank you! 100%
He is Very caring and very passionate I would highly recommend him to any one of my friends... he go’s above and beyond to make sure that I was doing fine after my Surgeries ...He also made sure my after care at home was all set to go home to ...so I had nurses and physical therapy around the clock ... So a big thank you to him for all that he has done for me this year. 100%
We love Dr Schiller! He is fantastic with my son Cole, his patient, who is 2 with hip dysplasia. Has been great at every visit from day 1 when Cole was 2 weeks old. 100%
Excellent bed‐side manner 90%
Dr. Schiller does not rush appointments, he is personable and through. A true pleasure and works great with children. 100%
I was very nervous. He calmed me down and was so nice about it!! 100%
I always have a great experience when i see Dr. Schiller. He is very informative and shows care for his patients. 100%
Dr. Schiller is an excellent physician. He made me feel very comfortable and I trust him. 100%
In between appointments should not be pushed out for another month. 100%
Dr Schiller was awesome!! Made my son feel comfortable and happy during the interaction with him. Great man 100%
He is a wonderful doctor. 100%
I marked the 16 ‐ 30 minute wait from scheduled appointment time but really, with a specialist of his caliber you HAVE to wait. They double and triple book him and I wouldn't want it any other way. He is such a genuine and skilled doctor. 100%
Jonathan Schiller is the best. He deserves a raise. 100%
I trust him with my sons care and feel I can speak to him freely getting all the time and communication needed at this time.. Proud to say he's our Doc. Thx 100%
I could not possibly be any more satisfied with the care my son received from Dr. Schiller. He is extremely thorough and treated my 9 year old son ﴾and myself﴿ respectfully and compassionately. I will highly recommend Dr. Schiller in the future. Thank you so much. 100%
Thanks 50%
He is an excellent doctor !! he listens, he’s patient he’s not pushy , he has a way of making you feel very relaxed . I’ve dealt with many doctors and he has a wonderful bedside manner . The only problem is the office too long of a wait. 100%
We are very please with Dr. Schiller and his ability to connect with my son. 100%
Dr.Schiller is the best and I would recommend him to anyone by far the best around and I wouldn’t go to anyone else! 100%
I am the parent and my daughter is the patient. I feel that at our most recent visit it fell rushed and Dr. Schiller came in asking a question he should have known the answer to. I had previously not had any issues but I feel I did not receive much of an explanation for the next course of action the appointment was vague and felt rushed and I left with a lot of questions and concerns. 60%
Thank you for being so down to earth and kind hearted to my son who was very nervous. Very grateful. 100%
We were very pleased with Dr Schiller, and his knowledge of the situation that we were there for. He had asked how a different situation was going, and I was very pleased to see that he was informed of all of the situations that are going on and not just the one we were there for. Which tells me that he read the chart and knew of everything about the patient before he even walked in. Many doctors don’t take the time to do that. You are definitely good at what you do. Keep it up. Thank you “ Very Impressed “ 90%
The overall visit was good. Dr. Schiller seems to be a very good doctor. However, there appeared to be a great deal of tension between the staff and Dr. Schiller. At one point he whistled for them to all return to him. That was very disrespectful and unprofessional. 60%
DR. Schiller is thorough, empathetic and mindful of the kind of anxiety associated with seeing a doctor. 100%
I was very pleased with Dr. Schiller 100%
M.D. is the best. Wait time was awful....xray scheduled for 7:15 but not done until 8. Appt at 7:30 Not seen 2nd until half an hour after the xray. 100%
Thank you so much for taking time with us and speaking directly to Lillian. We are excited to continue care with Dr. Schiller! 100%
Very professional and kind! 100%
Excellent doctor who cares. Great with my daughter. 100%
He is Amazing doctor, he gave my son the time and patience to explain everything about his condition. 100%
He was fantastic with our 16 month old. Has him smiling and laughing. Demeanor was fantastic, explained everything thoroughly. One of the best doctors we have seen in a very long time! 100%
Great place 100%
He is definitely a compassionate and positive Dr 100%
Dr. Schiller is simply the best! He is knowledgeable and compassionate and has provided my daughter with excellent care. He always listens to our concerns and spends time answering all of our questions and reassuring us. 100%

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Journals

  • Brooks JJ, Schiller JR, Allen SD, Akelman E. Biomechanical and anatomical consequences of carpal tunnel release. Clinical Biomechanics. 2003 Oct; 18(8):685-93.
  • Schiller JR, Moore DC, Ehrlich MG. Increased Lengthening Rate Decreases Expression of FGF-2, PDGF-AA, VEGF and CD 31 in a Rat Model of Distraction Osteogenesis. Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics. 2007 Dec; 27(8): 961-968.
  • Schiller JR, DiGiovanni CW. Foot and Ankle Fellowship Training: A National Survey of Past, Present, and Prospective Fellows. Foot and Ankle International. 2008 Jan; 29(1): 34-41.
  • Schiller JR, Eberson CP. Spinal Deformity and the Adolescent Athletics. Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Review. 2008 March; 16(1): 26-31.
  • Appleyard DV, Schiller JR, Eberson CP, Ehrlich MG. Idiopathic Chondrolysis Treated With Etanercept. Orthopedics. 2009 March; 32:214.
  • Schiller JR, Thakur NA, Eberson CP. Brace Management in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2010 March; 468:670-678.
  • Thakur NA, Schiller JR, Fischer SA, Palumbo MA. Klebsiella pneumoniae associated vertebral osteomyelitis after laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Hosp Prac. 2010 Jun; 38(3):75-8.
  • Mulcahey M, Schiller JR, Hulstyn MJ. Anabolic Steroid Use in Adolescents: Identification of Those at Risk and Strategies for Prevention. The Physician and Sports Medicine. 2010 October; 3(38):105-113.
  • Mulcahey M, Appleyard DV, Schiller JR, Born CT. Obesity and the Orthopaedic Trauma Patient: A review of the risks and challenges in medical and surgical management. Hospital Practice. 2011 February; 39(1):146-152.
  • DeLaRocha A, Birch JG, Schiller JR. Precocious Appearance of the Capital Femoral Ossific Nucleus in Larsen Syndrome. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 2012 May; 94A(9):1-4.
Published Books\Chapters
  • Eberson CP, Schiller JR. “12 Common Pediatric Foot and Ankle Conditions”. Core Knowledge in Orthopaedics: Foot and Ankle. pps 147- 170. Christopher DiGiovanni, MD and Justin Greisberg, MD eds, Mosby Inc. 2007.
  • Eberson CP, Schiller JR. “Osteochondroses and Apophysitis”. Drennan’s The Child’s Foot and Ankle, 2nd ed. Chapter 28, pps 433-442. James J. McCarthy, MD, James Drennan, MD, and James Guille, MD eds, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. 2010.
  • Schiller JR. “Pediatric Orthopedics: Foot Pathology”. Textbook of Clinical Pediatrics, 2nd ed. A.Y. Elzouki, H.A. Harfi, H. Nazer, F.B. Stapleton, W. Oh, R.J. Whitley eds, Springer. 2010.

Publications Submitted or in Preparation

  • Schiller JR, Abbood E, Ehrlich MG. Angiogenic and osteogenic growth factor expression in macrodactyly of the toes.
  • Schiller JR, Moore DC, Heard WMR, Abbood E, Eberson CP, Ehrlich MG. Cbfa-1, Sox-9, HIF-1, and Oxa-1 expression during distraction osteogenesis.
  • Schiller JR, Eberson CP, Ehrlich MG. Ilizarov distraction osteogenesis for brachymetatarsia.
  • Schiller JR, Thakur NA, Abbood E, Eberson CP. Providence Bracing in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis.
  • Schiller JR, Karol LA, Johnston CE II, Tulchin K, Daniel C. Treatment of congenital pseudarthrosis of the tibia (CPT). A long-term function study.
  • Sucato DJ, Richards BS, Herring JA, Johnston CE, Birch JG, Karol LA, Rathjen KE, Schiller JR, et al. Comparison Between Functional and Radiologic Outcomes of Revision Spine Surgery versus One Time Spine Surgery in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis.
  • Garg S, Weller AL, Fletcher ND, Kwon MS, Larson AN, Schiller JR, Ho CA, Copley LAB. What is the Morbidity rate of supracondylar elbow fractures in children?
  • Larson AN, Weller AL, Garg S, Fletcher ND, Kwon MS, Schiller JR, Ho CA. Type 2 supracondylar fractures: Does time to surgery matter?
  • Weller AL, Garg S, Larson AN, Fletcher ND, Schiller JR, Kwon MS, Ho CA, Copley L. Management of the Pulseless Supracondylar Humerus Fracture: Is Vascular Exploration Necessary?
  • Weller AL, Garg S, Larson AN, Fletcher ND, Schiller JR, Kwon MS, Ho CA, Copley L. Retrospective Review of Peripheral Nerve Injuries in Pediatric Supracondylar Humerus Fractures.
  • Fletcher ND, Schiller JR, Garg S, Weller AL, Larson AN, Kwon MS, Copley L, Ho CA. Increased severity of Type III supracondylar humerus fractures in the pre-teen population. Accepted for publication Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics, December 2011.
  • Thakur, NA, Daniels A, Schiller JR, McDonnell M, Valdes M, Schiller A, Palumbo MA, Terek R. Benign Tumors of the Spine. Accepted for publication Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, October 2011
  • Sawyer GA, Anderson BC, Paller D, Schiller JR, Eberson CP, Hulstyn, MJ. Biomechanical Analysis of Suture Bridge Fixation for Tibial Eminence Fractures. Accepted for Publication Journal of Arthroscopy, January 2012
  • Sawyer GA, Anderson BC, Paller D, Schiller JR, Eberson CP, Hulstyn, MJ. Arthroscopic Suture Bridge Fixation of Tibial Eminence Fractures: A new Surgical Technique. Submitted for Publication Journal of Arthroscopy, April 2012

International / National Podium Presentations

  • Schiller JR, Moore DC, Ehrlich MG. Increased distraction rate decreases expression of angiogenic and osteogenic growth factors in distraction osteogenesis. Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Amelia Island, FL, May 2003
  • Schiller JR, Brooks JJ, Sonenblum SE, Moore DM, Crisco JJ, Akelman E. Three-dimensional carpal kinematics after carpal tunnel release. American Society for Surgery of the Hand Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, September 2007
  • Schiller JR, Moore DC, Heard WMR, Eberson CP, Ehrlich MG. Cbfa-1, Sox-9, HIF-1, and Oxa-1 expression in a rat model of distraction osteogenesis. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 2010
  • Garg S, Weller AL, Fletcher ND, Kwon MS, Larson AN, Schiller JR, Ho CA, Copley LAB. What is the Morbidity rate of supracondylar elbow fractures in children? American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, February 2011
  • Larson AN, Weller AL, Garg S, Fletcher ND, Kwon MS, Schiller JR, Ho CA. Type 2 supracondylar fractures: Does time to surgery matter? American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, February 2011
  • Schiller JR, Johnston CE II, Karol LA, Tulchin K, Daniel C. Treatment of congenital pseudarthrosis of the tibia: A long term function study. Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 2011
  • Larson AN, Weller AL, Garg S, Fletcher ND, Kwon MS, Schiller JR, Ho CA. Type 2 supracondylar fractures: Does time to surgery matter? Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 2011
  • Larson AN, Weller AL, Garg S, Fletcher ND, Kwon MS, Schiller JR, Ho CA. Type 2 supracondylar fractures: Does time to surgery matter? Orthopaedic Trauma Association, 27th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, October 2011
  • Weller AL, Garg S, Larson AN, Fletcher ND, Schiller JR, Kwon MS, Ho CA, Copley L. Management of the Pulseless Supracondylar Humerus Fracture: Is Vascular Exploration Necessary? Orthopaedic Trauma Association, 27th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, October 2011

International\National Poster Presentations

  • Schiller JR, Moore DC, Ehrlich MG. Increased distraction rate decreases expression of angiogenic and osteogenic growth factors in distraction osteogenesis. Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, February 2004
  • Schiller JR, Brooks JJ, Sonenblum SE, Moore DM, Crisco JJ, Akelman E.  Three dimensional carpal kinematics after carpal tunnel release. American Society for Surgery of the Hand Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, September 2007
  • Schiller JR, Brooks JJ, Moore DM, Crisco JJ, Akelman E.  Three dimensional carpal kinematics after carpal tunnel release. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, February 2009
  • Weller AL, Garg S, Larson AN, Fletcher ND, Schiller JR, Kwon MS, Ho CA, Copley L. Management of the Pulseless Supracondylar Humerus Fracture: Is Vascular Exploration Necessary? Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 2011
  • Fletcher ND, Schiller JR, Garg S, Weller AL, Larson AN, Kwon MS, Copley L, Ho CA. Increased Severity of Type III Supracondylar Humerus Fractures in the Pre-Teen Population. Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 2011
  • Weller AL, Garg S, Larson AN, Fletcher ND, Schiller JR, Kwon MS, Ho CA, Copley L. Retrospective Review of Peripheral Nerve Injuries in Pediatric Supracondylar Humerus Fractures. Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 2011
  • Fletcher ND, Schiller JR, Garg S, Weller AL, Larson AN, Kwon MS, Copley L, Ho CA. Increased Severity of Type III Supracondylar Humerus Fractures in the Pre-Teen Population. Orthopaedic Trauma Association, 27th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, October 2011
  • Sawyer GA, Anderson BC, Paller D, Schiller JR, Eberson CP, Hulstyn, MJ. “Arthroscopic Suture Bridge Fixation of Tibial Eminence Fractures: A New Surgical Technique and Biomechanical Analysis”, Orthopaedic Research Society Annual Meeting, February 2012
  • Sawyer GA, Anderson BC, Paller D, Schiller JR, Eberson CP, Hulstyn, MJ. “Biomechanical Analysis of Suture Bridge Fixation for Tibial Eminence Fractures”, Arthroscopy Association of North America Annual Meeting, May 2012

Regional Podium / Poster Presentations

  • “Management Orthopaedic Trauma,” Brown Medical School/Rhode Island Hospital Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Pediatric Surgery Teaching Conference Lecture, June 2004
  • “Anatomy of the Forearm,” Brown Medical School/Rhode Island Hospital Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Resident Teaching Conference Anatomy Prosection, September 2004
  • “Anatomy of the Pelvis,” Brown Medical School/Rhode Island Hospital Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Resident Teaching Conference Anatomy Prosection, September 2004
  • “Neuropathic Arthropathy,” Brown Medical School/Rhode Island Hospital Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Adult Reconstruction Conference, April 2005
  • “Orthopaedic Management of Compartment Syndrome,” Brown Medical School/Rhode Island Hospital Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Resident Teaching Conference Lecture, August 2005
  • “Anatomy of the Hip,” Brown Medical School/Rhode Island Hospital Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Resident Teaching Conference Anatomy Prosection, September 2005
  • “Growth and Formation of the Physis,” Brown Medical School/Rhode Island Hospital Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Resident Basic Science Grand Rounds, October 2005
  • Schiller JR, Moore DC, Ehrlich MG. Increased distraction rate decreases expression of angiogenic and osteogenic growth factors in distraction osteogenesis. New England OREF Resident Research Symposium, Massachusetts General Hospital, May 2005
  • “Pediatric Elbow,” Brown Medical School/Rhode Island Hospital Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Resident Teaching Conference, April 2006
  • “Anatomy of the Foot and Ankle,” Brown Medical School/Rhode Island Hospital Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Resident Teaching Conference Anatomy Prosection, September 2006
  • “Articular Cartilage Repair and Osteoarthritis” Brown Medical School/Rhode Island Hospital Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Resident Basic Science Grand Rounds, December 2006
  • “Arthritis and Adult Reconstruction Surgery” Lincoln Middle School Eighth Grade, Lincoln, Rhode Island, Industrial Arts, Health, and Technology Project, February 2007
  • “Quadrupeds to Bipeds: Orthopaedic Implications of Walking Upright” Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Orthopaedic Grand Rounds, May 2007
  • “Little League Injury Prevention” Warwick Little League Association, Warwick, Rhode Island, June 2007
  • “Orthopaedic Surgery as a Career” Brown Alpert Medical School, Surgery Interest Group, Providence, Rhode Island, February 2008
  • “Cbfa-1, Sox-9, Osx-1, and HIF-1? Expression in a Limb Lengthening Model” Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, 47th Danforth Oration, May 2009
  • “Deformity with Bone Loss – How to Fix,” Sixth Annual Fall Spine Symposium, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, Dallas, Texas, October 2009
  •  “Small Child, Small Spine – How to Fix,” Sixth Annual Fall Spine Symposium, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, Dallas, Texas, October 2009
  •  “Arthrogryposis, Down Syndrome, and Marfan’s”, Pediatric Orthopaedic Conference, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, Dallas, Texas, October 2009
  • Schiller JR, Karol LA, Johnston CE. “Treatment of congenital pseudarthrosis of the tibia (CPT). A long term function study”, The 32nd Annual Brandon Carrell Visiting Professorship, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, Dallas, Texas, April 2010
  • “Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, The Orthopaedist Role”, Invited Lecture Series: Rhode Island Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, Medical and Orthopaedic Management of Muscular Dystrophy, Providence, Rhode Island, November 2011
  • “Evaluating the Painful Hip”, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Hasbro Children’s Hospital and Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island, February 2012
  • “Longitudinal Deficiencies of the Lower Extremity”, MADAM Conference, Women and Infants Hospital, Providence, Rhode Island, March 2012
  • “The Physician-Patient Relationship”, Whole Patient Program Lecture Series, PLME Program, Brown University and The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, April 2012
  • “Femoral Acetabular Impingement and Hip Arthroscopy”, Invited Lecture Series, Rhode Island Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association Current Concepts in Surgical Intervention and Post-Operative Rehabilitation for Selected Hip Disorders, April 2012

Videos

Skyller suffered from femoral anteversion and hip dysplasia which caused her to be severely pigeon toed. Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Jonathan Schiller performed surgery to correct the condition. Skyller has made a full recovery and is now a confident young lady excelling in dance and at school.