Dr. Roth is a fellowship trained, board certified pediatric orthopedic surgeon that treats a full spectrum of pediatric and adolescent orthopedic conditions and injuries. He specializes in foot and ankle surgery, sports medicine, and deformity correction, as well as non-surgical and surgical treatment of complex deformities of the spine and hip, including dysplasia, femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), scoliosis, and kyphosis. He also has a special interest in hip preservation, for both adults and children, and trauma.
As one of Central Oregon’s only experts treating children and young adults with orthopedic conditions, Dr. Roth recognizes that children’s growing bodies require specialized care, whether treating a fracture or a complicated medical condition. When complex conditions require a higher level of care than what is currently available in Central Oregon, he has staff privileges at Shriners Hospital for Children in Portland.
He is a member of both the Pediatric Orthopaedic Association of North America (POSNA) as well as the Orthopedic Trauma Association (OTA). Dr. Roth’s research interests focus on hip preservation in young, active adults, scoliosis, and orthopedic trauma. He has been a presenter on these topics at national and international conferences. In addition, he has also authored textbook chapters on hip preservation surgery and participated in surgical missions to Haiti, Dominican Republic and the Grenadines. He enjoys backcountry skiing, golf, biking, travel, and spending time with his wife and two daughters.