Justin Roth, DO

“I am grateful that I was given the opportunity to translate all my life experiences into a meaningful and fulfilling career. Helping people of all ages get back to the activities they enjoy inspires me.”

BACKGROUND

FellowshipWashington University, St. Louis, Missouri
Residency: 
Riverside University Health System, Moreno Valley, California
Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, Pomona, California
Undergraduate EducationWestern Washington University, Bellingham, Washington
Professional Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics, Limb Lengthening and Reconstruction Society, Orthopaedic Trauma Association, Pediatric Orthopedic Society of North America, SIGN Fracture Care International, Scoliosis Research Society, Scoliosis Research Society 

BIO

After a career in engineering, Dr. Roth found his true calling and decided to pursue a medical degree specializing in orthopedic surgery. Because he enjoys working with children and their families, he also pursued subspecialty training in pediatric orthopedics. With his extensive training, Dr. Roth treats a full spectrum of orthopedic conditions and injuries. He has a special interest in hip preservation, both open and arthroscopic, and trauma.

Dr. Roth’s fellowship training in pediatric orthopedics makes him one of Central Oregon’s only experts in treating children with orthopedic conditions of the hip, foot and ankle, and hand, as well as limb and spinal deformity, sports medicine, and neuromuscular disease management. He recognizes that children’s growing bodies require specialized orthopedic care, whether treating a fracture or a complicated medical condition. Some complex conditions require a higher level of care than what is currently available in Central Oregon. In order to treat these pediatric patients, Dr. Roth has staff privileges at Shriners Hospital for Children in Portland.

He enjoys using his extensive knowledge and training to make a difference in people’s lives. Dr. Roth’s background in engineering research and bioengineering gives him a unique perspective when treating patients, as well as the ability to integrate his skillsets for continued clinical research in medical device development, scoliosis, hip preservation, and trauma.

Dr. Roth joined The Center because he wanted to work with a multidisciplinary group of highly-trained colleagues that has strong ties to the community. He enjoys backcountry skiing, golf, biking, travel, and spending time with his wife and two daughters. In addition, he is passionate about mission work and travels to undeveloped countries to share knowledge and treat children and adults that need care.

“I was lucky in my timing as to getting into see a doctor (got there mid-lunch time and there were no patients waiting to get seen by a (NOW) doctor … lucky me! After submitting my info at the front desk, I sat down in the waiting area… within 5 minutes ‘Heather” came out to get me … she was (I consider) very pleasant in her introduction/asking prohibitive questions, etc. and left telling me that I would be seeing a Dr. Roth (I looked him up while waiting on The Center’s list of doctors/Google too … found that he was relatively new to The Center, but his bio was impressive. I must admit I was extremely impressed with Dr. Roth’s apparent interest in my injury … his questioning/exam, etc. … and I left there fully satisfied that I had excellent care and had been seen by a doctor that I would highly recommend to anyone who wants that extra touch of bedside manner. I would say that Dr. Roth is an excellent addition to the fine doctor staff at the Center.”

  • Claude K. Lardinois MD Award
  • Northwest Track Award
  • Welch Scholar
  • Lloyd W. Taylor Resident Clinical Research Award
  • 2nd RCRMC Research Symposium 2013
  • 1st RCRMC Research Symposium 2016
  • 3rd AOAO Research Symposium 2017

 

Papers:

  • Roth J, Goldman, B, Zirkle, L, Schlechter, j, Ibrahim, J, Shearer, D: Early Clinical Experience with the SIGN Hip Construct. Sico-J 2018. 
  • Roth J, Shearer D, Johnson A, Zirkle L, LaBarre P, Tencer, A, Van Lew B, Harvey D: Design and Validation of a Hip Joint Fatigue Test Frame for the Biomechanical Evaluation of Hip Fracture Constructs. J Investigative Med 2009;57(1):490
  • Roth J, Shearer D, Zirkle L, Johnson A, LaBarre P: Development and Biomechanical Testing of the SIGN Hip Construct. Techniques in Orthopaedics 2009;24(4):265-272
  • Zirkle L, Shearer D, Roth J: SIGN Hip Construct Surgical Technique and Early Clinical Experience. Techniques in Orthopaedics 2009;24(4):258-264
  • Roth JS, Buehler K, Shen J, Naughton M: Patient Factors Predict Functional Outcomes After Cruciate Retaining TKA: A 2-year follow-up analysis. J Arthroplasty 2013;28;1321-6
  • Roth J, McDowell M, Dobyns M, Dobyns J: Closed Reduction of a Dislocated Hip Arthroplasty; Surgical Technique and Early Clinical Experience.  Accepted (pending publication):  Amer J Orthop
  • Roth J, Goldman, B, Schlechter J, Shearer D: Early Clinical Experience with the SIGN Hip Construct. Accepted (pending publication): J SICOT
  • Roth J, DeVasConCellos P, Shearer D, Tennant G: A Biomechanical Comparison of Two Screw Designs in a Femoral Neck Fracture Analog. Accepted (pending publication): Advances in Orthopedics

Book Chapters: 

Posters:

  • Roth J, Shearer D, Zirkle L, Johnson A, LaBarre P, Faultersauk F: Design, Biomechanical Evaluation and Early Clinical Experience of a Novel Extracapsular Hip Fracture Construct for Use in The Developing World. AOAO Annual Meeting 2010; Oct 24-26; San Francisco, California
  • Roth JS, Buehler K, Shen J, Naughton M: Patient Factors Predict Functional Outcomes After Cruciate Retaining TKA: A 2-year follow-up analysis. California Orthopedic Association Annual Meeting 2013; Apr 18-21; Rancho Palos Verdes, California
  • Roth J, McDowell M, Dobyns M, Dobyns J: Closed Reduction of a Dislocated Hip Arthroplasty; Surgical Technique and Early Clinical Experience.  AOAO Annual Meeting 2015; Oct 15-17; Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • Roth J, Nassif N: Resection of Malawer Type II Proximal Tibia and Fibular Osteosarcoma with Osteoarticular Allograft Placement.  IPOS E-Poster 2015; Dec 8-11; Orlando, Florida
  • Roth J, McDowell M, Dobyns M, Dobyns J: Closed Reduction of a Dislocated Hip Arthroplasty; Surgical Technique and Early Clinical Experience.  California Orthopedic Association Annual Meeting 2016; May 19-22; Dana Point, California.
  • Roth J, Goldman, B, Schlechter J, Shearer D: Early Clinical Experience with the SIGN Hip Construct. Western Orthopedic Association Annual Meeting 2016; Sept 29-Oct 1; Palm Springs, California.
  • Roth J, DeVasConCellos P, Shearer D, Tennant G: A Biomechanical Comparison of Two Screw Designs in a Femoral Neck Fracture Analog. RUHS Research Symposium 2017; May 10; Moreno Valley, California

Oral Presentations:

  • Design and Validation of a Hip Joint Fatigue Test Frame for the Biomechanical Evaluation of Hip Fracture Constructs. WSMRF 2009; Jan 31; Carmel, California
  • Design and Validation of a Hip Joint Fatigue Test Frame for the Biomechanical Evaluation of Hip Fracture Constructs. ASTM Subcommittee meeting for Osteosynthesis 2010; May 19; St. Louis, Missouri
  • Patient Factors Predict Outcomes after CR TKA, A 2-year Follow-up Analysis. Western Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting 2012; June 15; Portland, Oregon
  • Patient Factors Predict Outcomes after CR TKA, A 2-year Follow-up Analysis. RUHS Research Symposium 2013; June 15; Moreno Valley, California
  • Closed Reduction of a Dislocated Hip Arthroplasty; Surgical Technique and Early Clinical Experience. RUHS Research Symposium 2015; June 10; Moreno Valley, California
  • LigaPASS Band Retrospective Case Series. Los Angeles Pediatric Spinal Deformity Meeting 2016; Feb 19; Los Angeles, California
  • Early Clinical Experience with the SIGN Hip Construct. RUHS Research Symposium 2016; May 4; Moreno Valley, California
  • LigaPASS Band Retrospective Case Series. RUHS Research Symposium 2016; May 4; Moreno Valley, California
  • Early Clinical Experience with the SIGN Hip Construct. SIGN Conference 2016; Sept 23; Richland, Washington
  • Closed Reduction of a Dislocated Hip Arthroplasty; Surgical Technique and Early Clinical Experience. Western Orthopedic Association 2016 Annual Meeting; Sept 29; Palm Springs, California
  • Early Clinical Experience with the SIGN Hip Construct. Podium at 2017 OTA Annual Meeting; Oct 11; Vancouver, British Colombia
  • The Limping Child. Washington University Department of Pediatrics Grand Rounds; October 27, 2017; St. Louis, Missouri
  • Hip Dysplasia in the Pediatric and Adolescent Patient. Washington University Department of Orthopedic Surgery Grand Rounds; March 14, 2018; St. Louis, Missouri
  • 54th Annual Scoliosis Research Society Meeting, September 2019; Montreal, Canada

Volunteer Activities:

  • World Pediatric Project. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, September 2017
    • Limb deformity surgical mission with J Eric Gordon, MD
  • Cure Children’s Hospital. Santo Domingo, RD, February 2017.
    • Limb deformity surgical mission with Dan Ruggles, DO and Shawn Standard, MD
  • SIGN Fracture Care International. Richland, WA, 2008–2010.
    • Development and biomechanical testing of trauma fixation for the developing world.

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