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Racanelli-CV

Certification

Board certified in Orthopaedic Surgery since 1995

Honors

Team Physician, World Cup USA 1994 Soccer;
Cotton Bowl – Dallas, Texas
Team Physician, Jesuit High School – Dallas, Texas
D Magazine “Best Doctors in Dallas” – 2001 –  Present
Texas Monthly Magazine “Super Doctors” – 2005 – Present

Training

Undergraduate
University of Southern California; Los Angeles, California; 1972 – 1976
Degree:  Bachelors of Arts Physical Education

Graduate
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School; Dallas, Texas; 1983 – 1987
Degree:  Doctor of Medicine

Internship
General Surgery  – Parkland Memorial Hospital; Dallas, Texas; 1987 – 1988

Residency
Orthopaedic Surgery – Parkland Memorial Hospital; Dallas, Texas; 1988 – 1992

Fellowship
Orthopaedic Sports Medicine – Lake Charles Memorial Hospital; Lake Charles, Louisiana; 1992 – 1993

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