Department of Surgery
School of Medicine Queen's University
 

Dr Dan Borschneck

Dr. Dan Borschneck, Orthopaedic Surgeon, Queen's University, Kingston General HospitalUniversity Position: Associate Professor
Chair, Division of Orthopaedic Surgery
 
Current Appointments:
Attending Staff, Kingston General Hospital
Attending Staff, Hotel Dieu Hospital
Cross-Appointment with Department of Pediatrics

Areas of Clinical Interest:
Paediatric orthopaedics, limb deformities

Areas of Research Interest:
Epidemiology

 
Contact Information:
Department of Surgery
Kingston General Hospital, Victory 3
Kingston, ON K7L 2V7
Tel: 613.549.6666 x. 3351
Fax: 613.548.2390

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Fellowship:
Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Utah, 1998

 
Residency:
Queen's University, 1996

 
Medical School Graduation:
Queen's University, 1991

 
Certification:
FRCSC, Certification in Orthopaedic Surgery, 1996


Professional Memberships:
1991 to Present    Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
1991 to Present    Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
2000 to Present    Gillespie Society Pediatric Orthopedics
2004 to Present    Canadian Orthopedic Association
2005 to Present    Canadian Spine Society
2006 to Present    Candidate member Scoliosis Research Society

 

Committees:
National
2004 to Present    Subspecialty Nucleus Committee member Orthopedics RCPSC
2006 to Present    Examiner Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada                                        Orthopedic Fellowship examinations    

Queens University
2004 to Present    Core Clinical Year Committee post graduate Medical Education 
2004 to Present    Post Graduate Medical Education Committee

Hospital
2004 to Present    Surgical Council

Community   
1999 to Present    Board of Directors Almost Home


Awards:
2001    Nominee; PAIRO Excellence in Clinical Teaching
2001    Inaugural Michael A. Simurda – Orthopaedic Excellence in Teaching Award
2003    Michael A. Simurda – Orthopaedic Excellence in Teaching Award
2004    Michael A. Simurda – Orthopaedic Excellence in Teaching Award
2006    Michael A. Simurda – Orthopaedic Excellence in Teaching Award
2008    Michael A. Simurda – Orthopaedic Excellence in Teaching Award


Continuing Medical Education:
2000    Visiting Professor Salter Society University of Toronto 
2003    Visiting Professor University of Ottawa Division of Orthopedics
2005    Visiting Professor University of Alberta Division of Orthopedics
2006    Visiting Professor University of British Columbia Division of Ped. Orthopedics
2007    Visiting Professor University of Ottawa Department of Surgery


Peer-Reviewed Publications:
Fern KT, Smith JT, Zee B, Lee A, Borschneck DP, Pichora DR. Trauma Patients with multiple extremity injuries: resource utilization and long-term outcome in relation to injury severity scores. J Trauma 1998 Sep; 45(3): 489-94
 
Papp S, Dhaliwal G, Davies G, Borschneck DP. Fetal femur fracture and external cephalic version. Obstet Gynecol. 2004 Nov; 104(5pt 2): 1154-6

Simpson AL, Ma, B, Borschneck DP, Ellis RE. Computer-assisted deformity correction using the Ilizarov method. Med Image Computing Computer Assisted Interventional International Conference 2005; 8 459-66


Presentations:
International
Slagel B, Simpson AL, Ma B, Borschneck DP, Ellis RE Validation in Computer assisted Taylor Spatial Frame Surgery. Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery Heidelberg  Germany 2007

Camp M, Borschneck DP  Spinal cord monitoring during scoliosis surgery: a survey of Canadian Practices. International Medical Advances in Scoliosis Treatment Athens Greece July 2006
 
Simpson AL, Ma, B, Borschneck DP, Ellis RE. Computer-assisted deformity correction using the Ilizarov method. Computer assisted Orthopedic Surgery Montréal Quebec 2006

Smith J, Borschneck DP. Cost Effectiveness of Botox Injections in Cerebral Palsy
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery 1999

Fern KT, Smith JT, Zee B, Lee A, Borschneck DP, Pichora DR. Trauma Patients with multiple extremity injuries: resource utilization and long-term outcome in relation to injury severity scores Orthopedic Trauma Association 1996

National
Camp M, Borschneck DP  Spinal cord monitoring during scoliosis surgery: a survey of Canadian Practices. Canadian Spine Society Whistler Alberta 2006 

Chin P, Birchard J, Borschneck DP Comparison of Cyclic Loading failure in comminuted subtrochanteric fractures with intertrochanteric extension in osteopenic bone using second generation IM nails and DCS plating. Canadian Orthopedic Association 1999

Current Research:

2004 to Present
A. Simpson, B.Ma, R. Ellis, DP Borschneck. Computer assisted Ilizarov surgery

2005 to Present   
A. Athiviraham, DP Borschneck. Clinical patient and surgeon exposure to radiation in     scoliosis surgery. A randomized study comparing Fluoroscopic navigation, Fluoroscopy and CT guided systems.

2005 to Present   
B Slagel, DP Borschneck. Validation in Computer assisted Taylor Spatial Frame Surgery

2006 to Present 
T. Lewis, DP Borschneck. North American attitudes and utilization of spinal navigation tools in scoliosis surgery.

2006 to Present   
R. Pharang, R. Ellis, D. Pichora, DP Borschneck. Ultrasound Guidance in spinal implantation of spinal cord stimulators for pain. CHIR grant submitted for fall competition

2006 to Present  
S. Mann,  DP Borschneck. Development and Validation of a model to assess sterotaxtic skills in Orthopedic Surgeons 

2007 to Present  
DP Borschneck, The use of threshold MEP’s in adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. Industry funded Nuvasive Spine

2008 to 2011  
DP Borschneck Lead investigator, Reily C (BC Childrens), Moroz P (CHEO), Lewis S(Sick Kids), Parsons D(Calgary) Carey T (Western) Parent (Montreal) Canada wide Multicenter study. Randomized study comparing correction of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis using titanium or high strength steel. Industry funded Depuy


Other Scholarly Activities:
2002   
Supervisor Masters of School of Computing Science O. Iyun

2002 to Present    
Co-Inventor Novel scoliosis instrumentation facet wedges for Spinal alignment in the patient with scoliosis Patent co-venture through Parteq Patent #20060200137 Licensed to Medtronic

2004 to Present   
Supervisor PhD Amber L. Simpson School of Computing, Queens University

2005 to Present   
Program Director Orthopaedics Queens University

2006 to Present   
Contributing Editor Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics

2008       
Adjudicator resident appeal McMaster University



Surgical Consultant:
Nuvasive Spine
Depuy Spine
Medtronic Neurologic division