Dr. Zlotolow is a Pediatric Upper Limb and Peripheral Nerve Surgeon at The Shriners Hospital for Children Philadelphia and Greenville, The Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center, and The Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. He specializes in the care of Arthrogryposis, brachial plexus and peripheral nerve injuries, spinal cord injuries, complex post-traumatic deformities, congenital differences, and limb deficiencies. His interest in Acute Flaccid Myelitis began with 2 children in need of nerve transfers and has expanded to caring for over 60 patients thus far. He leads medical outreach missions to Havana, Cuba and Kigali, Rwanda and has founded 3 professional societies including Plexus Nexus and the Pediatric Hand International Society of Surgeons (PHISOS). He travels nationally and internationally as a visiting professor and lecturer. As the fellowship director for the Shriners Hospital Pediatric Hand Fellowship, he oversees the training of 16 fellows each year. He was a team leader for Zion, the first pediatric hand transplant.