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  • Pediatric Orthopedics

  • Trauma

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Meet Dr. Weber

Dr. Weber graduated with a bachelor’s degree in physiology from Michigan State University in 1985. He obtained his doctor of medicine at Wayne State University School of Medicine in 1989. He completed his post-graduate training from Wayne State University School of Medicine in June 1994. Dr. Weber completed his fellowship in orthopedic traumatology from the University of Washington in July 1995. Dr. Weber is a board certified surgeon and is currently part of the Trauma QA Committee.

Dr. Weber is an orthopedic trauma surgeon. He cares for patients with musculoskeletal injuries, in particular, traumatic injuries. His specialties include patients with simple isolated fractures, as well as patients with multiple severe injuries due to accidents (automobile, motorcycle, etc.) and falls from heights or crash injuries. He manages all fractures of the extremities and pelvis, however, he does not care for injuries to the spine and rarely of the hand.

He is passionate about the care of patients who have sustained foot and ankle trauma. This includes, in particular, any injury to the lower tibia (shin bone) or more distal (pilon, calcaneus, talus, navicular/cuboid, lis franc, etc.) Dr. Weber has a strong fondness for the correction of post-traumatic deformity. He has assembled a select team to assist him. His team was specifically chosen because of their unique talents in the care of patients. As a team, they look forward to helping you in the management of injury or deformity.

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Practice Focus

Orthopedic Trauma, Adult and Pediatric Fractures, Foot and Ankle Trauma,  Nonunions and Malunions, Bone Defects and Infections, Osteotomies and Joint Preservation Surgery as an Alternative to Joint Replacement for Young Adults with Early Arthritis, Ankle Replacements, Foot and Ankle Fusions

Professional Affiliations

  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (Candidate Member)
  • American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • Michigan Orthopaedic Society

  • Indianapolis Medical Society

  • American Trauma Society

  • AO North America

  • American Board of Medical Specialities

  • Indiana Orthopaedic Society

  • Orthopaedic Trauma Association

  • Team Physician of IRL


  • Indianapolis Monthly Top Doctor 2015 - 2017

  • Academic Chief Resident of Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Wayne State University 1993 -1994


A guide to at-home treatment for foot or ankle injuries

A guide to at-home treatment for foot or ankle injuries

Whether it’s a rolled ankle during a basketball game, sudden heel pain that seems to come out of nowhere or a broken toe, chances are you or your child will experience a foot or ankle injury at some point. We share tips on how to treat foot or ankle injuries at-home and when to go to the doctor for foot or ankle pain. 

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