Bradley Lamm, DPM, FACFAS

 

It is with great enthusiasm that we announce that Dr. Bradley Lamm has joined the Paley Institute to lead our new Foot & Ankle Deformity Correction Center. Dr. Lamm is a board-certified podiatric foot and ankle surgeon. He previously served as the head of Foot & Ankle Surgery at the International Center for Limb Lengthening (ICLL) at the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. Dr. Lamm specializes in the treatment of foot, ankle, and lower leg conditions in both children and adults. 

Learn more at the Foot & Ankle Deformity Center

Dr. Lamm is an expert in treating diabetic foot deformities, ankle disorders, sports or athletics injuries, arthritis, flatfoot, bunions, hammertoes, and various other foot and ankle ailments. He has extensive experience in joint distraction, a new technique which uses external fixation to preserve ankle and toe joints and prevents the need for fusion or replacement. Dr. Lamm performs minimally invasive surgery techniques to correct diabetic Charcot foot and to lengthen the metatarsals and toes for patients with Brachymetatarsia

Dr. Lamm's patient after toe lengthening to correct Brachymetatarsia

 

Dr. Lamm is known globally for his expertise in treating foot and ankle deformities. Throughout his career, Dr. Lamm has been awarded numerous grants, published medical research in national and international journals on foot and ankle research (he has over 75 book chapters and peer review research articles), and has participated as an invited lecturer at dozens of medical conferences, meetings, and symposia. Dr. Lamm is the editor of the Research Section of the Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery and a peer-reviewer for various medical journals. Dr. Lamm was voted "Top Doctor" in Baltimore Magazine numerous times and appeared on the television show The Doctors to discuss foot and toe lengthening.

Dr. Lamm serves as medical advisor on the Board of Directors for the Board of Certification/Accreditation, International. He is a Rotation Director and Professor at Harvard Medical School and trains physician residents from many surgical programs across the United States.

In his free time, Dr. Lamm enjoys biking, fly-fishing, sailing, horseback riding, soccer, lacrosse, and dancing. Join us in welcoming Dr. Lamm to the Paley Institute!

Board Certifications

  • Diplomate, American Board of Foot & Ankle Surgery

Areas of Interest

  • Foot and Ankle Deformity Correction
  • Limb Lengthening
  • Minimally invasive bunion surgery
  • Total ankle joint replacement
  • Toe lengthening and shortening
  • Cosmetic foot restoration surgery
  • Charcot foot and ankle reconstruction
  • Flatfoot reconstruction
  • Cavus foot reconstruction
  • Clubfoot surgery, adults and pediatrics
  • Revision surgery, foot and ankle

Education & Training

Chief of Foot & Ankle Surgery
International Center for Limb Lengthening (ICLL)
Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics at Sinai Hospital, Baltimore

Chief Fellow, Limb Lengthening and Limb Deformity Correction
Rubin Institute for Adavanced Orthopedics at Sinai Hospital, Baltimore

Fellow, Department of Trauma Surgery
University of Graz Medical School, Graz, Austria - AO International

Chief Resident, Foot and Ankle Surgery
The Western Pennsylvania Allegheny Health System, Pittsburgh

Intern, Foot and Ankle surgery
The Western Pennsylvania Allegheny Health System, Pittsburgh

Medical School
Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine, Philadelphia

Professional Affiliations

Director, Foot and Ankle Deformity Correction Fellowship

Member, Podiatry Advisory Board

Member, Limb Lengthening Reconstruction Society

Patient Cases

See more dramatic before and after photos in Dr. Lamm's Case Studies

Patient with Brachymetatarsia

Patient with Brachymetatarsia affecting multiple toes

Patient with Brachymetatarsia

Patient with Drop Foot

Patient with Residual Clubfoot

Patient with Clawfoot

Patient with Brachymetatarsia affecting multiple toes

Patient with Brachymetatarsia

Patient with Brachymetatarsia affecting multiple toes

Patient with Brachymetatarsia

Patient with Brachymetatarsia

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