McMaster University

McMaster University

Faculty Spotlight: Sarah Burrow

Published: October 5, 2012

Dr. Sarah Burrow is a Fellowship trained Orthopedic Surgeon who received her medical degree from the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo in 1991. Following her MD, she completed a surgical internship and Orthopedic Residency at the University of Toronto, which included completing one additional year to obtain her Masters of Science degree where she worked on Tumor Markers in Osteosarcoma with Dr. Robert Bell. Dr. Burrow completed a Pediatric Orthopedic fellowship at the Hospital for Sick Children and joined McMaster University in January of 2001.

Currently she is the Chief of Orthopedic Surgery for Hamilton Health Sciences. Her practice is primarily based on children with disabilities and she has a particular interest in feet and mobility disorders. She prides herself on providing patients with a comprehensive orthopedic consultation and has a strong sense of community when dealing with her patients and their families.

She lives with her husband and 3 boys who keep her busy playing elite lacrosse all year round.

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