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					                                        Curriculum Vitae,
                                     Mark J. Wasylenko MD
                 Diplomate of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
                                 31 Royal Birch Mount NW
                                     Calgary AB Canada


        1970 to 1975                 Doctor of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, College
                                     of Medicine, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

      1975 to 1976         Straight Surgical Internship, Montreal General Hospital,
                   McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

        1976                         L.M.C.C. (licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada),
                           licensing exam, No. 42103

        1976 to 1978                 Resident in Orthopaedic Surgery, University Hospital,
                                     University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada

        July 1978 to                 Resident in Orthopaedic Surgery,
        December, 1978               Rancho Los Amigos Hospital (orthopaedic rehabilitation),
                           University of Southern California, Downey, California

        January 1979 to             Resident in Orthopaedic Surgery,
        July 1979          Harborview Medical Center (trauma), Seattle, University
                           of Washington, medical license ML2 0000 779

        July 1979 to                 Senior Resident in Orthopaedic Surgery, University Hospital,
        July 1980          University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon,
                                     Saskatchewan, Canada

        1980                      Fellowship in the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of
                           Canada (Orthopaedics), this is the Canadian Board Examination.

        1985                         Board certified by American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
                                     Work history:

        8/1980 to 3/1993             Medical practice in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada at Pasqua Hospital, Regina
                                     General Hospital, Plains Health Centre and Wascana Rehabilitation Center

        8/1980 to 3/1993             Clinical Assistant Professor Surgery, University of Regina (Plains Health

        3/1993 -3/ 2005              Orthopaedic practice La Porte Orthopaedics, La Porte IN

        3/2005 To 3/2012             Orthopaedic practice Oak Tree Medical Group, Easley, SC; retired to Canada

        4/2008 to the present time, still working once a month: Regional Medical Center, Orangeburg, SC


                                     The Regional Medical Center, Orangeburg, SC, 2009 to present
                                     Clarendon Hospital, Manning, SC, 2012 to present


      1976                        Member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of
                         Saskatchewan, October, 1976- 1993

      1978                         FLEX examination, clinical competence average 84%

      1985                         Member of the Canadian Orthopaedic Association

      1985                         Fellow of American College of Surgeons

      1987                         Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

      1988                         California State Physician’s and Surgeon’s
                                   Certificate No. 42532 (voluntarily released)

      1993                         Indiana State Physician’s and Surgeon’s
                                   Certificate No. 01041052 (voluntarily released)

      1998                         Certified Independent Medical Examiner by examination, Chicago, IL.
                                   Re- certified 2003

      2004                        Achieved Physician’s Recognition Award with Commendation from AMA, for
      150 hours of continuing medical education

      2005                         Granted North Carolina state medical license. 2005-00276 on 2/16/2005
                                   (voluntarily released)

      2005                         South Carolina medical license: SC 27806 on June 7, 2005, active

      2009                         Joined Staff of Regional Medical Center, Orangeburg, SC

      2012                         Joined staff Clarendon Mem. Hospital, Manning, SC

      2009 to present, locum tenens assignments: Regional Medical Center
                   July 2009
                   November 2009
                   July 2010
                   August 2010
                   November 2010
                   July 2011
                   September 2011
                   October 14-17, 2011
                   March 23-25, 2012
                   April 27-29, 2012
                   May 4,5,6,2012
                   June 15,16,17,2012
                   July 2012
                   September 2012 agreed upon, not yet completed
                   October
                   November
                   December 2012
                   January 2013
      2012 to present, LT at Manning SC:

                   June 1-15, 2012


1.     Clinical Lecturer in the Department of Surgery, University of Saskatchewan, 1981 -1991.
2.     Appointed Clinical Assistant Professor, May 31, 1991. Held until moved to USA in 1993.
3.     Orthopaedic consultant surgeon to Allan Blair Cancer Clinic, 1981-1993, serving a population base 500,000


1.       “The Natural History of Congenital Hip Disease”, read at the Canadian Orthopaedic Association annual
meeting, Vancouver, B.C., June 1978

2.      “Analysis of Posture and Gait Following Spinal Fusion with Harrington Instrumentation”, read at the
American Orthopaedic Association Residents’ Conference, Gainesville, Florida, May, 1979

3.        “Minor Anatomical Abnormalities and Their Relationship to Idiopathic Arthritis of the Hip”, read at the
          Canadian Orthopaedic Association meeting, Calgary, Alberta, June 9, 1980

1.     “The Natural History of Congenital Dislocation of the Hip: A Critical Review”, In Clinical Orthopaedics and
      Related Research, 137: 154-162, 1978

2.         “The Natural History of Congenital Hip Disease”, in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 61-B: 334-338,

3.        “Metaphyseal Chondrodysplasia Schmid Type: A Defect of Ultrastructural Metabolism”, in the Journal of
          Bone and Joint Surgery, 62-A: 660-663, 1980

4.        Citation of our paper in “Metaphyseal chondrodysplasia, Schmid type. Clinical and radiographic delineation
          with a review of the literature.” Pediatric Radiol. 18: 93-102, 1988, Lachman, RS et al

5.        “Acute Hemarthrosis of the Knee: A Case for Immediate Referral”, in University of Saskatchewan CME
          News, Vol. II, No. 2: 2-3, 1981

6.        “Posterior Dislocation of the Clavicle Causing Fatal Tracheoesophageal Fistula”, in the Canadian Journal of
          Surgery, Vol. 24: 626-627, 1981

7.         “An Analysis of Posture and Gait Following Spinal Fusion with Harrington Instrumentation”, in Spine, Vol.
          8: 840-845, 1983

8.        “Normal Variance and Torsional Deformities in Childhood”, in the Canadian Journal of Pediatrics, 18-23,
          May, 1990

9.        “Minor Anatomic Abnormalities of the Hip Joint Persisting from Childhood and their Possible Relationship
          to Idiopathic Osteoarthrosis”, in Clinical Orthopaedics, Vol. 264: 122-128, March, 1991


     1.   my two articles on dysplastic hips cited July 2002 Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery:
          “Surgical correction of residual hip dysplasia in two pediatric age groups”
     2.   my two articles cited again on hip dysplasia, JBJS February 2003
     3.   JBJS April 2007 “Quality of life following femoral head-neck osteochondroplasty for
          Femoroacetabular impingement”; quoted our article “Minor anatomical abnormalities..”
          from CORR 1991
     4.   JBJS November, 2007 page 2341 “Outcome at 45 years after open reduction and
          Innominate Osteotomy for late-presenting developmental dislocation of the hip” quoted
          our paper number 2 in papers published, above
     5.   my two articles cited again in “Evaluation of Dynamic Instability of the Dysplastic Hip
          with the use of triaxial accelerometry:, JBJS January 2008, p 91
     6.   The American Journal of Orthopaedics March 2008: “Sequelae of pediatric hip
          disorders…”, 153-156, cited “Minor Anatomic Abnormalities…”
     7.   JBJS “Biomechanical Analysis of Reconstructions for Sternoclavicular Joint Instability”,
          2004, vol 86: 98-105 references published paper number 6, above.

   1)    Speaker Orthopaedic Refresher Course, University of Saskatchewan, March, 1983

     2)      Speaker Orthopaedic Day, Estevan, Saskatchewan, February 29, 1984

3)       Resource Teacher for Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association, “Orthopaedic Day”, Regina,
      Saskatchewan, September 16, 1986

4)       Speaker Orthopaedic Day, Weyburn, Saskatchewan, September 16, 1986

5)       Resource Teacher for “Medicine on Ice”, a Sports Medicine Symposium, October 31, 1986, Regina,

6)       Lecturer e on “Chemonucleolysis - The Treatment of Choice”, at the Canadian Association of Clinical
      Surgeons, March 7,1987, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

7)       Speaker “Compartment Syndrome”, Management of the Person with Orthopaedic Problems, Orthopaedic
      Nurses Meeting, May 2, 1987, Regina, Saskatchewan

8)      Speaker Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Resource Teacher, February 1988, “Normal Variants and
      Gait Abnormalities in Children”, Regina, Saskatchewan. A course of the University of Saskatchewan

9)       Lecture on “Diagnostic Dilemmas and Pitfalls in Office Orthopaedics”, Kenosee Lake Symposium for
      Family Practitioners, University of Saskatchewan course, June 18, 1988

10) Lecture on “Orthopaedic Management of Musculoskeletal Malignancies”, Annual meeting, Saskatchewan
   Association of Medical Radiation Technologists, Regina, Saskatchewan, October 19, 1990

11) Lecture on “Fractures: Ten Problems that get the Family Physician into Trouble”, at Clinical Orthopaedics
   ‘91, Regina, Saskatchewan, A University of       Saskatchewan course.

12) Lecture on “Reconstructive Surgery in the Rheumatoid Patient: Indications and Options”, at Rheumatology
   ‘92, Regina, Saskatchewan. A University of Saskatchewan course, January 17, 1992

13) Speaker “Live it safe: Prevent broken hips”: educational series for seniors at La Porte Hospital, October 8,

14) Speaker “Hand Injuries, Assessment, Management, and Results” at Health at Work, Occupational Medicine
    Seminar, La Porte, IN, June 20, 1995

15) Speaker on “The diabetic foot, disease and prevention” at the Annual LPH Diabetes Education and Vendors
   Fair, La Porte, IN, October 14,1995

16)    Speaker on “Achilles Tendinitis”: Medical Education Conference La Porte Hospital, October 31, 1995

17) Speaker on “Arthritis of the Hip: What it is and what you can do about it.” Caring for the Community series
    lecture, La Porte Hospital, August 20, 1997

18)     Speaker on “Don’t let this trip be your last fall”, a caring for community lecture, La Porte Hospital, May
      27, 1998; a discussion of falls and their prevention.

19) Speaker “Shoulder Injuries and Afflictions” lecture to medical/allied staff LPH 2/22/00

20) Speaker “Complex orthopaedic reconstructions (fractures), a Power Point presentation to Stryker
    Corporation allied health personnel meeting, Kalamazoo, MI, September 2001

21) Speaker “Complex orthopaedic reconstructions (fractures)”: a presentation La Porte hospital medical staff,
    November 13, 2001

22) speaker “Preventing falls and broken bones” a community lecture at Senior Expo 2002, La Porte, May 8,

23) Speaker “Commonly under-treated orthopaedic disorders”, a presentation La Porte hospital medical staff,
    October 18, 2003. Power Point.

    24) Speaker “Minimally invasive surgery; new techniques”, a presentation to La Porte Hospital medical and
       nursing staff, April 2004. Power point.

    25) Speaker “Back Disorders”, a presentation to Chiropractors of Greenville county, SC October 2005

    26) Speaker “Common injuries in the work place” presented at the South Carolina Workers
        Compensation Educational Association medical seminar, Savannah, GA, 3/3/2006

    27) Speaker for a series of public lectures on “Nonoperative treatments of arthritis of the
        knee” 2007, sponsored by Sanofi- Aventis. (speaker for Hyalgan)

    28) Lecture tour for The Senior Network on “knee arthritis, conservative management”, 2008

    29) Lecture to American Lupus Society, Greenville, SC, October 2008

    30) Speaker staff for Sanofi Aventis lecturer on use of Hyalgan

    31) Speaker on Lovenox for Sanofi Aventis 2010: to medical staff Baptist Easley 8.18.10

    32) CME: Feb 17, 2011 “an advance in multimodal analgesic therapy” Greenville 1 hr.

    33) CME: September 2011. Introduction to musculoskeletal ultrasound 16 hrs. category 1

Revised August 14, 2012


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