About Anderson Clinic Post-Graduate Medical Education Foundation
Anderson Clinic Post-Graduate Medical Education Foundation is a non-profit organization that offers a one-year clinical fellowship in adult total joint reconstruction (4 positions). Founded in 1983, the program stresses clinical evaluation of primary and revision hip and knee arthroplasty patients, surgical reconstruction, and postoperative management. Fellows become proficient in routine and complex primary hip and knee arthroplasty, as well as revision arthroplasty. Fellows are exposed to a multitude of reconstructive options, surgical approaches, and arthroplasty implants (using implants from the four major manufacturers) while rotating three months with each attending.
Charles A. Engh, Sr., MD (retired 2010)
Gerard A. Engh, MD (retired 2013)
C. Anderson Engh, Jr., MD
C. Anderson Engh, Jr., MD
William G. Hamilton, MD
Kevin B. Fricka, MD
Nitin Goyal, MD
Craig J. McAsey, MD
Dr. Andy Engh specializes in joint replacement of the hip and knee, including complex revision surgery. He is a member of The Hip Society and The Knee Society. He is a consultant reviewer for the Journal of Arthroplasty and the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (American edition), a Board of Orthopaedic Specialties Education Committee member, and a member of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons. Dr. Andy is committed to furthering the knowledge and techniques of hip and knee replacement. He has received multiple awards including: the John Charnley Award, three Lawrence D. Dorr Awards, the AAHKS Clinical Award, the James A. Rand Award, as well as the OREF CCJR Award. He has published over 100 articles. He speaks both nationally and internationally on topics regarding hip and knee replacement with focus on patient outcomes and analysis of implant function.
Dr. Engh has remained current in the rapidly changing healthcare environment. He has embraced minimally invasive hip and knee replacement and computer assisted techniques. He was one of the first doctors in the country to be trained and perform total hip resurfacing.
Dr. William Hamilton is an Anderson Clinic fellowship trained surgeon. He frequently travels the country to lecture and consult on topics involving joint replacement, and he has several ongoing research studies in this area. He was awarded the prestigious Insall Knee Society traveling fellowship, with visits to many of the leading centers for hip and knee replacement in North America.
In 2009, Dr. Hamilton became the first surgeon in the INOVA Health System to perform the anterior approach to total hip arthroplasty utilizing the specialized Hana table.
Dr. Hamilton has been the recipient of multiple research awards to include the OREF/CCJR Clinical practice award, the AAHKS Clinical Paper Award, and the AAOS annual meeting Outstanding Surgical Video award on 2 occasions. He was chosen by Orthopedics Today as a member of Generation Next, a recognition to honor outstanding talent in orthopedics. He has served on committees and is active in the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, is chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Inova Mt Vernon Hospital, and Past President of the Washington DC Orthopedic Society.
Dr. Hamilton is a member of The Knee Society and maintains involvement in several local and national societies.
Dr. Kevin Fricka is a fellowship trained surgeon and has presented numerous scientific papers and has won several awards for his research efforts. He has been published in the Journal of Arthroplasty and other scientific orthopaedic journals, co-authored several book chapters and is a member of both the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons.
Dr. Fricka was one of the first INOVA orthopaedic surgeons to perform outpatient partial knee replacement. He also performs partial knee replacements in an outpatient surgical center. Dr. Fricka’s surgical expertise and interests include partial knee replacement, “minimally invasive” knee and hip replacement and the more complex revision or second surgery of failed knee and hip replacements.
Dr. Nitin Goyal is a fellowship trained surgeon and his particular surgical interests include computer navigation for partial and total knee replacement, anterior approach for hip replacement, complex revision of failed hip and knee replacement and revision for infection and treatment of hip pain in the younger adult population.
Dr. Goyal is a recipient of the Otto Aufranc Award from the Hip Society, the Lawrence D. Dorr Award from the AAHKS, and the Chitranjan Ranawat award from the Knee Society. He has published articles in several major Orthopaedic journals, presented at national meetings, co-authored several book chapters and is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons. He is a co-editor of two textbooks concerning joint replacement and his specific research interests include improved management of postoperative pain following total joint arthroplasty, and the diagnosis and management of infection following total joint arthroplasty.
Dr. Craig McAsey is an Anderson Clinic fellowship trained surgeon who completed his training in 2012. He specializes in primary and revision total hip and knee arthroplasty including anterior approach hip arthroplasty and partial knee arthroplasty. Particular areas of interest include complex hip and knee, infection, revision for failed total joint arthroplasty and post-traumatic arthritis.
Dr. McAsey spent his initial four years in practice training orthopaedic residents at Loyola University Medical Center and the Hines VA Hospital before returning to Anderson Clinic. Research interests include biomechanical research in arthroplasty as well as medical optimization in arthroplasty.