Dr. Sangeorzan is a UW professor of orthopedics and sports medicine and an internationally recognized expert in diagnosis and treatment of injuries and…
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Patient Care Philosophy
My approach to patient care is to merge the patient's self-assessment into the biomechanics of walking and running to determine what structures or what actions are causing clinical problems.
An orthopedic surgeon can offer two things: an understanding of the problem and non-operative strategies and a reconstructive solution. The former may involve changing training, adding orthotic devices and/or change in shoe wear. The latter usually involves the surgical solution.
Life and family.
Clinical care of injuries sustained from overuse, athletics or trauma. Deformities including flatfoot, cavus (high arch) foot and adult expression of developmental deformities such as clubfoot, bunions, ankle arthritis, sequela of trauma, tendon disorders, misaligned limbs, calcaneus fractures and minimally invasive treatment.
|Wayne State University SOM||Medical education||1981
|Univ. of Washington||Fellowship||
|Wayne State Univ. School of Medicine||Internship||
|Wayne State Univ. School of Medicine||Residency||
|American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery||Orthopaedic Surgery||1989