Dr. Matkovic earned his medical degree, master’s degree and doctoral degree at the University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia. He completed his residency in medicine at the University of Zagreb, and his residency in rehabilitation medicine at the University of Washington Hospitals, Seattle, Wash. His postgraduate training includes: postgraduate study in biomedicine at University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia; fellowship at the Medical Research Council/Mineral Metabolism Unit, General Infirmary in Leeds, England; and fellowship in the Department of Medicine, Bone and Mineral Metabolism Division at Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Mich.
Dr. Matkovic has received numerous honors, including: Scientific Award “Rudger Boskovic,” Republic of Croatia, INOVA, Croatia; Best Doctors Inc.’s “Best Doctors in America” as well as “Best Doctors in Central Ohio.”
Dr. Matkovic has been active in many organizations and committees including: OSU research seminars in bone and mineral metabolism, General Clinical Research Center, OSU Scientific Committee, Patient Care Committee, Graduate Education Committee, National Osteoporosis Foundation, Wash., D.C., Scientific Advisory Board, and OSU Access and Communication Committee.
Dr. Matkovic is heavily involved in various research projects involving osteoporosis and other bone disorders. He has been invited to present at numerous national and international meetings. He has been asked to be a peer reviewer of many articles written on these subjects.
Dr. Matkovic’s main interests lie in bone and mineral metabolism, metabolic bone and bone disease; primary and secondary prevention of osteoporosis; general rehabilitation and orthopedic rehabilitation.
University of Zagreb
University of Zagreb
1/1/1979 - 1/1/1982
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
University of Washington School of Medicine
7/1/1984 - 6/1/1987
Additional languages I speak
Specialties and conditions I treat
- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
- Bone Diseases, Metabolic
- Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
Locations where I practice
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American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
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As of 03/25/2016, Dr. Matkovic has reported no financial relationships with medical device, research and/or drug companies.