Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is now offering expanded pediatric orthopaedic services at CHOP Specialty Care, Atlantic County. Families will be able to make appointments with Division of Orthopaedic Attending Physicians Keith D. Baldwin, MD, MPH, MSPT, and David A. Spiegel, MD.
The physician/surgeons will focus on treating patients with scoliosis and spine disorders, fractures and traumatic injuries, as well as neuromuscular conditions such as cerebral palsy, Rett syndrome and muscular dystrophy.
About the doctors
Dr. Baldwin is an Orthopaedic Attending Surgeon who specializes in the treatment of spinal deformity, neuromuscular conditions, and orthopaedic trauma in children. He is also an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania, Associate Director of Trauma for CHOP, and Chief of the Neuro-Orthopaedics Program at Penn Medicine. Before earning his medical degree at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Jersey, Dr. Baldwin was a physical therapist. He continues to draws on this experience, as well as his two decades in medicine, in his work today to help patients maximize their function through a combination of surgery, rehabilitation and bracing.
Dr. Spiegel is an attending orthopedic surgeon at CHOP, with special expertise in neuromuscular disorders, spine conditions and fractures. He is also a Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Spiegel attended Duke University for both medical school and an orthopaedic surgical residency training, before coming to CHOP, where he completed both a research and a clinical fellowship before joining the Division of Orthopedics’ staff. Dr. Spiegel is well-known for his volunteer work in low and middle-income countries, most frequently Nepal and Iraq. He has received five humanitarian awards, including the President’s Call to Service Award, and serves as a consultant to the World Health Organization.
To refer a patient for orthopaedic care at CHOP Specialty Care, Mays Landing, please call 215-590-1527.