Certified, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, ABOS
Certificate of Added Qualifications in Hand Surgery, CAQH
Dr. Eduardo Gonzalez-Hernandez
An expert in the field of upper extremity surgery, Dr. Gonzalez-Hernandez has been providing world-class care for complex and difficult to manage injuries and the wide array of chronic conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome.
His kindness and approachability is matched by his knowledge on the leading, surgical and non-surgical treatment options for patients.
He received his Medical Doctorate at The University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, Texas. Thereafter, he completed an Orthopaedic Residency program at Case Western Reserve University and participated in multiple orthopaedic and hand surgery fellowship programs.
Dr. Eduardo Gonzalez-Hernandez Fellowships
The Muller Foundation Fellowship and an AO/ASIF (Surgical Internal Fixation) — Bern, Switzerland
Hand Surgery Fellowship — Madrid and Barcelona, Spain
Reconstructive Microsurgical Fellowship — Taipei, Taiwan
Fellowship in Hand and Upper Extremity — Cleveland Combined Hand Surgery Fellowship
Allen Memorial Orthopaedic Research Fellowship — Case Western Reserve University
Dr. Gonzalez has presided in numerous organizations and societies and is an active member of the American Association of Hand Surgeons. He has participated, chaired, and organized several instructional courses both in the United States and abroad and frequently hosts students and physicians to help further upper extremity academia.
He currently leads numerous instructional courses throughout
the year and around the world on the identification of complex fractures and
the surgical interventions necessary.