19th Ave New York, NY 95822, USA

Paul M


Spine Surgery | Scoliosis | Orthopedic Surgery 

Dr. Keller specializes in surgery of the spine. He is a graduate of the Pritzker School of Medicine at the University of Chicago, and completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery at the Indiana University Medical Center in Indianapolis. He completed a spine surgery fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. Dr. Keller is one of the area’s leading experts in the treatment of scoliosis and spinal conditions in adults and children.  He also treats cervical and lumbar conditions.

1984 Indiana University

Bloomington, Indiana

Bachelor of Arts

Medical School
1988 University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine

Chicago, Illinois

Medical Degree

Postgraduate Training
1988 – 1989 INTERNSHIP: Surgical Intern

Methodist Hospital of Indiana and Indiana University Medical Center

Indianapolis, Indiana

1989 – 1993 RESIDENCY: Orthopedic Surgery

Indiana University Medical Center

Indianapolis, Indiana

1993 – 1994 FELLOWSHIP: Spine Surgery

Thomas Jefferson University Medical Center & Pennsylvania Hospital

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1995 American Board of Orthopedic Surgery

Board Certification

1989 National Board of Medical Examiners

Board Certification

Hospital Staff Appointments
Holmes Regional Medical Center

Melbourne, Florida

Medical Licenses


Professional Memberships
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons

American Medical Association

Florida Medical Association

Brevard County Medical Society

Scoliosis Research Society – Candidate Member

Post Traumatic False Aneurysm Simulation a Soft Tissue Tumor

Keller, P.M. and Simon, M.A.

Ortho, Vol. 11, 1988

Assessment of Screening for Prostate Cancer Using the Digital Rectal Examination

Chodak, G.W., Keller, P.M., and Schoenberg H.W.

Journal of Urology, 1989, 141:1136

Non-Operatively Treated Isolated Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries

Keller, P.M., Shelbourne K.D., McCarroll J.R., and Rettig A.C.

American Journal of Sports Medicine, 1993, 21:132

Progressive Congenital Scoliosis Treatment Utilizing a Transpedicular Anterior and Posterior Convex Hemiepiphysiodesis and Hemiarthrodesis

Keller, P.M., Lindseth R.E., and DeRosa G.P.

Spine, 1994, 19:1933