After completing his fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Jorge Fabregas, MD, came to Atlanta to focus on pediatric orthopedic surgery. Dr. Fabregas is Residency Director at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. He also serves as President of the Association of Children's Prosthetics and Orthotics Clinics, and serves as a Board Member of the Georgia Pediatric Neuromuscular Care Committee.
Dr. Fabregas’ ongoing research focuses on pathologic fractures following osteomyelitis and optimizing the function of physician extenders in the office setting. His professional interests include spinal deformity, tumors, trauma, limb deficiency and cerebral palsy. He is a native Spanish speaker and returns to his homeland of Puerto Rice twice a year to provide care to underprivileged children. Dr. Fabregas is a consulting associate for the Duke University Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
In his free time, he is an avid triathlete, runner and golfer.
Focus of Practice
- Spinal care
- Limb deformity and lengthening
- Musculoskeletal tumors
Areas of Interest
- Scoliosis and spinal deformity
- Muscoloskeletal tumors
- Orthopaedic trauma
- Cerebral palsy
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Research & Publications
Evaluating fracture in children with bone infections
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