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Certification

Board certified in Orthopaedic Surgery since 1988

Honors

Alpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society
D Magazine,  “Best Doctors” – 2001 – Present
Texas Monthly Magazine “Super Docs” – 2005 – Present

Training

Undergraduate
U.S. Naval Academy; Annapolis, Maryland; 1971 – 1975;
Degree:  Bachelor of Science

Graduate
Medical College of Virginia; Richmond, Virginia; 1975 – 1979
Degree:  Doctor of Medicine

Internship
General Surgery – Portsmouth Naval Medical Center;
Portsmouth, Virginia; 1979 – 1980

Residency
Orthopaedic Surgery – Portsmouth Naval Medical Center;
Portsmouth, Virginia; 1981 – 1985

Fellowship
Hand / Microvascular Surgery – Thomas Jefferson University
Hospital; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; 1985 – 1986

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