Paley Advanced Limb Lengthening Institute 
The Paley Advanced Limb Lengthening Institute at the Advanced Orthopedic Institute at St. Mary’s Medical Center is adjacent to the hospital and includes operating rooms, physician offices and a physical therapy center Dr. Paley, Medical Director of the Paley Advanced Limb Lengthening Institute, is a board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon and is nationally and internationally recognized for his expertise in deformity correction and limb lengthening.

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. His activities in the orthopedic field have been awarded and honored and Dr. Paley has been published numerous times throughout his career Most notable is the 800-page textbook, Principles of Deformity Correction (Springer Verlag, 2002).

St. Mary’s and the Paley Institute have made the commitment to provide quality health care for its patients and will continue working to enhance the standards of excellence for that care.

To learn more on Dr. Paley and to view educational videos please go to

901 45th Street - Kimmel Building
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
877-765-4637 (Toll Free)
Office - (561) 844-5255 | Fax - (561) 844-5245
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Dr. Dror Paley treats patients from all over the world at the Paley Limb Lengthening Institute at St. Mary’s Medical Center. In this video, he is interviewed by FAKY, TVN24 (Poland) news, along with family members of some of his young Polish patients.