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Certification

Board certified in orthopedic surgery since 1990
Diplomate American Board of Orthopedics Surgery:
1990 – 2000

Diplomate American Board Recertification in Orthopedics,Maintenance of Certification:
January 1, 2001 – December 31, 2010
January 1, 2011 – December 31, 2020

Honors

D Magazine “Best Doctors”
Texas Monthly Magazine “Super Doctors”, 2005 – Present
UT Southwestern Medical Center – Associate Clinical Professor
Highland Park High School Team Physician, 1993 – present
Dallas Independent School District Team Physician, 1988 – present
Physician Director National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification 1994 – 1997
US Alpine Olympic Ski Team, Team Physician 1988 – 1993
UT Southwestern Medical School Teaching Excellence Awards – 1990 and 1991
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
Honorary Membership-Southwest Athletic Trainers Association 1997
Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society – Charter Member
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Texas A&M University

Training

Undergraduate
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX; 1978
Degree – Bachelor of Science, Zoology

Graduate
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, TX; 1982
Degree – Doctor of Medicine

Internship
General Surgery – Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, TX; 1982 -1983

Residency
Orthopedic Surgery – University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Affiliated Hospitals, Dallas, TX; 1983- 1987

Fellowship 
Knee Surgery and Sports Medicine – Barton Memorial Hospital, Lake Tahoe, CA; 1987

Sub-Specialty Training
Surgery of the Shoulder – St. Joseph Hospital, London, Ontario; 1988

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