Jeremy J. McCormick, MD
- Foot & Ankle
Sees Patients For
Orthopedics, adult and adolescent foot and ankle disorders, related sports injuries, truama, tendon disorders, flatfoot deformity, hallux valgus/bunions, rheumatoid arthritis, post-truamatic deformity, foot complications from diabetes, neuromuscular disorders, arthritis. A special interest in sports and dance injuries, arthroscopic treatment of foot and ankle disorders, external fixation for deformity correction.
- Barnes-Jewish Hospital
- Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital
- Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Orthopedic Center14532 South Outer Forty RoadChesterfield, MO 63017Appointments:
- American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, 2011
Academic Title(s)Associate Professor, Orthopedic Surgery
Chief, Division of Foot and Ankle
Turf toe injury, navicular stress fractures, anterior tibial tendon rupture, and athletic injuries of the foot and ankle.
Publications & Research
2008 University of Massachusetts School of Medicine, Worcester, Massachusetts
2009 Foot and Ankle Surgery, OrthoCarolina Foot and Ankle Institute, Charlotte, North Carolina
2003 Loyola University Chicago - Stritch School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois
1999 Dartmouth College - Hanover, New Hampshire
- Royalties: $80,000 - $99,999
- Consulting/Advisory Board: $80,000 - $99,999
- Speaker Fees: $60,000 - $79,999
- Reporting Date: 05/01/2023
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