Dr. Albers completed his medical school and orthopaedic residency training at McGill University in 2015, followed by subspecialty training in Adult Hip and Knee Reconstruction at the University of British Columbia. He holds a position of Assistant Professor of Surgery at McGill University, he is the current director of orthopaedic research at St-Mary’s Hospital and the current Assistant Program Director for McGill’s Orthopaedic Residency Program.
He is a high-volume hip and knee replacement surgeon with one of the highest surgical volumes in Montreal. His clinical focus is helping patients with degenerative or post traumatic hip and knee pathologies return to the highest level of function. His surgical expertise is therefore all facets of hip and knee arthroplasty, including primary and revision knee replacements, unicompartmental (partial) knee replacements, patello-femoral knee replacements and robotic-assisted knee replacements.
Dr. Albers has received numerous awards including the McGill Division of Orthopaedic Surgery Educator of the Year for 2018 and the Harvey H. Sigman Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award in 2020. Most recently, he has been recognized by his division for his outstanding patient care, receiving the 2022 award for compassionate clinical care. Consistently ranked among the top 10 orthopaedic surgeons in the province, he strives to deliver optimized care in a bilingual environment, leading his patients to the best possible functional outcomes.
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