Matthew T. Weichbrodt, DO
Matthew T. Weichbrodt, DO is a fellowship-trained hand, microvascular and upper extremity specialist with The CORE Institute. His extensive training in orthopedics makes him a valuable addition to the distinguished CORE faculty.
Dr. Weichbrodt received a bachelor's degree in biology with minors in chemistry and marketing from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. He then completed a doctorate of osteopathic medicine from Oklahoma State University while serving as class president for two years.
Dr. Weichbrodt continued his training in orthopedic trauma at the Florida Orthopedic Institute, followed by a stint at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital honing his skills in pediatric orthopedics.
Dr. Weichbrodt earned the designation of chief resident in the orthopedic surgery residency program at Oklahoma State University, where he was also the team physician for several local semi-professional and high school athletic teams.
In his free time, Dr. Weichbrodt enjoys spending time with his family, coaching, skiing and playing competitive soccer.
Research & Experience
Areas of Specialty
Hand, Microvascular and Upper Extremity
Education and Training
Bachelor of Science in Biology with Minors in Chemistry and Marketing
Northeastern State University
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Florida Orthopedic Institute
Tampa General Hospital
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Orthopedic Surgery Residency
Oklahoma State University Medical Center
Hand, Microvascular and Upper Extremity Fellowship
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Moonlighting Emergency Room Physician
Bristow Medical Center, Bristow, Oklahoma
Oklahoma State University Sports Medicine
Team Physician for local semi-professional and high school sports.
Honors and Awards
Intern of the Year Award.
Class President. 2000-2002
Vice-President of Student Senate. 1999-2000
NSU Varsity Soccer, 4 year letterman.
President’s and Dean’s Honor Roll
Licenses and Certifications
Oklahoma Medical License, #4121, issued July 2003, renewable June 30, 2007
Florida Training License, #UO1288, issued July 2005
Ohio Training Certificate, #58-001997, issued January 2006
“Orthopedic Emergencies.” Trauma Rounds. OSU Medical Center. 2006
“How to Speak Orthopedics” OSU College of Medicine. 2006
“Pediatric Orthopaedic Injuries.” OSU College of Medicine. 2005
“Metal Hypersensitivity in Total Knee Arthroplasty.” AOAO. Chicago, Illinois. 2004
Big on Bones CORE Institute Community Lecture. Preventing Slips and Falls, Medisun Health Fair, November 2008.
Resident Member, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
Resident Member, American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics
Resident Member, Tulsa Osteopathic Medical Society
American Osteopathic Association
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association
Osteopathic Founders Foundation
Weichbrodt, M., Labutti, R. “Metal Hypersensitivity in Total Knee Arthroplasty”
Weichbrodt, M., Crawford, A., Mehlman, C. “Recurrent Chondromyxoid Fibroma After Marginal Excision and Intercalary Fibular Autografting in a Metacarpal: A Case Report”
National Board of Osteopathic Medicine Examiners. COMLEX Part I, II, and III
Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life Support. American Heart Association.
Pediatric Advanced Life Support. American Heart Association.
Neonatal Resuscitation Program. American Heart Association.
Additional Education and Courses
Boston Pathology Course, Harvard Medical School. Boston, Massachusetts. 2005
Anderson Orthopaedic Institute Learning Center, Alexandria, Virginia. 2005
AO Basic Course. Baltimore, Maryland. 2004
Basics in Arthroplasty Course. Cincinnati, Ohio. 2004
Zimmer Trauma Resident Course. Chicago, Illinois. 2004