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Dr. Fagelman is a fellowship trained orthopedist who specializes in complex shoulder and elbow surgery. This includes joint replacement, fractures, arthroscopic rotator cuff repair and non-operative care. Dr. Fagelman graduated from the school of Liberal Arts at the University of Texas - Austin and received his medical degree from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. He completed an internship and performed his orthopedic residency at Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine in Chicago. He completed a fellowship in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia in 2006. Dr. Fagelman has served as (Vice-President) at (THR - Plano). Currently, he serves as a member of the Trauma Committee at THR – Plano. Dr. Fagelman is the team physician for Newman Smith High School in Carrollton. Dr Fagelman enjoys spending time with his family and traveling. Learn more about Dr. Fagelman EDUCATION HIGHLIGHTS • Fellowship: Shoulder and Elbow Surgery | University of Pennsylvania | Philadelphia, PA 2005-06 • Residency: Orthopedic Surgery | Loyola University Medical Center | Chicago, IL 2000-2005 • Medical: University of Texas Health Science Center | Houston, TX | 2000 HONORS • The 2005 Charles M. Schwartz traveling Fellowship - June 2005 • Excellence in Research - Loyola Department of Orthopaedics - May 2005 Second Place • Chicago Trauma Resident Research Conference - 2002 • Ansen L. Williams Scholarship Award 1991-95.
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Medical School: Texas Health Science Center at Houston, University of
Graduation Year: 2000
Professional Webpage: www.orthotexas.com/mitchell-fagelman-md
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