Orthopaedic Institute Brielle Orthopedics Foot and Ankle Fellowship

Program Director:
Shane Hollawell, DPM, FACFAS

Other Program Faculty:
Meagan Coleman, DPM, AACFAS

Recent Post Graduate Fellows:
2024-2025: Sydney Shakespeare, DPM
2023-2024: Paz Abergel, DPM, AACFAS, MPH
2022-2023: Sara Yancovitz, DPM, AACFAS

Orthopaedic Institute Brielle Orthopedics
2315 Route 34 South
Wall Township, NJ  8736
Phone: (732) 974-0404
Fax: (732) 612-1435
Email: shollawell@oiortho.com

Program Information:
Meet the Fellow FAQ's

Number of Positions:

One year

Program Start and End Dates:
July 15–July 15

Application Deadline:
July 31

Program Application:
ACFAS Standard Fellowship Application Form

$71,000 (plus benefits)

Position Locations:
Freehold, NJ; Manasquan, NJ; Neptune, NJ; Toms River, NJ

Research Requirements:

  • At least two submitted manuscripts to an academic, peer-reviewed journal per fellowship year
  • A minimum of one manuscript/poster to the ACFAS Annual Scientific Conference.

Program Summary/Training Goals:
The Orthopaedic Institute Brielle Orthopedics Foot and Ankle Fellowship is a comprehensive foot and ankle program in the setting of a high-volume orthopedic group practice with the goals of polishing the fellow’s clinical and surgical skills and developing future leaders of the profession. This fellowship requires a self-motivated and driven individual. There is a heavy emphasis on arthroscopy, trauma, hindfoot and forefoot reconstruction, sports medicine, and total joint replacement. By the conclusion of the fellowship year, the fellow is expected to be proficient and autonomous in managing all foot and ankle pathologies of the foot and ankle in both the outpatient and inpatient setting.

  • The fellow will perform over 600 surgical procedures per fellowship year.
  • The fellow will treat and manage outpatients at the multiple offices of the orthopedic group practice and perform the majority of surgical procedures at an outpatient surgical center.
  • The fellow will participate in foot and ankle ER call schedule every other month with a heavy emphasis on ankle/hindfoot trauma
  • The fellow will manage occasional inpatients at Jersey Shore University Medical Center
  • The fellow will become efficient in surgical and office billing/coding, and will learn how to manage workers compensation, independent medical examinations, and need for treatment cases.
  • The fellow is expected to prepare and present academic lectures for state meetings and national conferences.
  • The fellow will have many opportunities to attend fellow-specific surgical and practice management courses throughout the academic year, as well as, become involved in novel research activities that will benefit the podiatric profession.

Post-Graduate Fellow History
2021-2022: No Fellow
2020-2021: David Haddad, DPM, AACFAS
2019-2020: Meagan Coleman, DPM, AACFAS
2018-2019: Ruth Moen, DPM, AACFAS