Board-Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon
Dr. Monier is a fellowship trained attending orthopaedic surgeon specializing in care of the foot and ankle and lower extremity trauma. He is skilled in working with athletes, trauma, and geriatric patients.
He is also interested in international healthcare. While in medical school, he did international rotations in the Himalayan Health Exchange in India and at the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Center. He also organized a trip through the Neapli-run NGO INFO Nepal to run health camps in rural villages of southern Nepal and orphanages in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
Dr. Monier grew up in Texas, the son of a physician. He met his wife, Jill, while attending residency at the University of Vermont. An avid sportsman, he enjoys skiing, mountain biking, hiking/mountaineering, and whitewater kayaking. He is conversational in Spanish.
Education & Clinical Experience
Medical Degree: University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio School of Medicine
Residency: Orthopedic Surgery, University of Vermont Medical Center
Foot and Ankle Fellowship: University of Washington and Harborview Medical Center in Seattle
AO Trauma Fellowship: John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle, Australia
Bachelor of Arts: Williams College in Massachusetts
State Licensure: Vermont
Mansfield Orthopaedics at Copley Hospital, Orthopaedic Surgeon, 2017-present
Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, WA, Foot and Ankle Fellowship, Orthopaedics, 2016-2017
University of Vermont Medical Center, Orthopaedic Surgery Resident, 2011-2016
Volunteer Medical Staff: Vermont Varsity High School Football, 2012 – present
Sangeorzan B., Mckearn D., Monier, B.
Anterior and Posterior Misalignment of the Talar Component in Total Ankle Arthroplasty, Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, 2017Bartlett C., Monier B., Wright M., Lesik A.
Gunshot Wounds to Extremities, Encyclopedia of Trauma Care, 2015Monier B., Aronsson D., Sun M.
Percutaneous Epiphysiodesis Using Transphyseal Screws for Limb-Length Discrepancies: High Variability Among Growth Predictor Models, Journal of Children’s Orthopaedics, October 2015, Volume 9, Issue 5, pp 403-410.Monier B., Percutanerous Epiphysiodesis Using Transphyseal Screws (PETS): Treatment of Limb-Length Discrepancies and Comparison of Growth of Growth Predictor Models. Presentation given at New England Orthopaedic Society Meeting June 2014, Jay Peak, VT
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