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Certification

American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery since 1984

Honors

25 Great Physicians in Texas by Becker’s Meridian Surgical Partners 2011
70 Top Knee Surgeons in America by Becker’s ASC Review 2011
Charles Reinert Teaching Award; 2010
The Pete Matsen Award for Teaching Excellence; 1999 and 2005
Physician for the US Delegation for the United States Olympic Team, Athens, Greece; 2004
Vice Chairman of Sports Medicine United States Olympic Committee; 1992 – 2001
Coordinating Physician Pan American Games, Buenos Aires, Argentina; 1995
National Athletic Trainers Association President’s Challenge Award; 1994
Membership to the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association; 1994
Physician of the Year 1994; Southwest Athletic Trainers Association
Texas Medical Association’s Committee on Sports Medicine; 1993-1996
Head Physician, 1992 Olympics Games, Barcelona; Spain
United States Olympic Committee; 1988 – 2001
Attending Physician – Alpine Skiing, Winter Olympics Calgary; 1988
Head Physician, Olympic Sports Festival; 1987
President, Texas Sports Medicine Society; 1986-1987
Team Physician – Soccer, Olympic Sports Festival; 1986
Team Physician – Ice Hockey, Olympic Sports Festival; 1985
Attending Physician, Olympic Training Center; 1983

Training

Undergraduate
Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX; 1969 – 1973
Degree – Bachelor of Arts in Biology

Graduate
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, TX; 1973 – 1977
Degree – Doctor of Medicine

Internship
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Affiliated Hospitals, Dallas, TX; 1977 – 1978
General Surgery

Residency
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Affiliated Hospitals, Dallas, TX; 1978 – 1982
Orthopedic Surgery

Fellowship
Jack McDaniel A-O Scholarship, Chur-Basel, Switzerland; 1982
Orthopedic Surgery and Trauma

Fellowship 
Richard Steadman, Barton Memorial Hospital, Lake Tahoe, CA; 1983
Sports Medicine and Surgery of the Knee

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