WEST PALM BEACH, FL – Dror Paley, MD, a board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon affiliated with St. Mary’s Medical Center, hosted a barbecue for patients and their families at the Quantum House in West Palm Beach on August 16, 2009 at 5 p.m.
At this special event, Dr. Paley’s patients and their families joined his team for a fun-filled evening meant to celebrate recovery, health and life.
“Hundreds of patients come to West Palm Beach with their families from all over the world to reach Dr. Paley, and each of them has a very extensive recovery period after surgery,” said Robi Jurney, Quantum House Executive Director. “Thankfully, the Quantum House can generously provide these patients with a comfortable place to stay throughout their entire recovery period with their families. This temporary lodging and emotional support allows patients and their parents to focus more of their time and energy on healing.”
During the barbecue, Dr. Paley’s pediatric patients had a blast in the newly remodeled Quantum House playroom featuring a Wii game system and huge flat panel television. They also enjoyed plenty of time visiting with the other families staying on property, as well as several staff members from St. Mary’s Medical Center.
Internationally recognized for his expertise in deformity correction and limb lengthening, Dr. Paley joined the hospital in June 2009 and has already performed more than ____ procedures at the Paley Advanced Limb Lengthening Institute at the Joint Preservation and Bone Reconstruction Center at St. Mary’s.
Dr. Paley’s worldwide reputation and expertise extends equally to children and adults in the diagnosis and treatment of special orthopedic conditions including congenital limb deformities, post-traumatic limb conditions, bone healing problems, bone defects, skeletal dysplasias, metabolic disorders, foot deformities, peripheral nerve disorders and other miscellaneous developmental deformities. For the past 22 years Dr Paley has dedicated his career to improving the lives of patients with limb disorders. He has performed more than 10,000 limb reconstruction surgeries and developed some of the most advanced surgical methods used for lengthening and deformity correction.