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Meet Dr. Phillip H. Behrens IV!

We would like to welcome Dr. Phillip H. Behrens, IV to our team of dedicated providers! 

 A native of Evansville, IN, Dr. Behrens attended the University of Southern Indiana, where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science. Ranking #1 in his class of over 2000, he was highly awarded and recognized academically and in extracurriculars. He then earned his Doctor of Medicine from the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, as a part of a highly selective B.S./M.D. program. 

 After earning his M.D., Dr. Behrens completed a general surgery internship and orthopaedic surgery residency at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA.  

 Dr. Behrens has done extensive research on an array of topics, earning multiple highly selective awards. He has also co-authored seven peer reviewed manuscripts, and is currently co-authoring an additional four. 

 Dr. Behrens is a highly diversified speaker, having spoken at nearly twenty scientific meetings.  

 He has clinical interests in spine and trauma, and will be active as a general orthopaedic surgeon assisting our trauma program here at Orthopaedic Associates! 

 He is also Vice President and co-founder of Walqer LLC, which has obtained a provisional patent. This small business aims to create more efficient and user-friendly canes, walkers, and crutches. 

 In his free time, Dr. Behrens enjoys powerlifting, and has participated in several competitions. He also enjoys restoring classic cars.   

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