Troy S. WatsonMD
Dr.S.Watson is currently Director at foot and ankle institute. He has received MD degree from University of Southern California.He is board certified in American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.
His publications are as follws:
.Vangsness, C.T., Jr., Jorgenson, S.S., Watson, T., Johnson, D.L.: The origin of the long head of the biceps from the scapula and glenoid labrum. An anatomical study of 100 shoulders. The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, British, 76-B: 951-954, 1994.
Vangsness, C.T. Jr., Watson, T., Saadatmanesh, V., Moran, K.: Pulsed Ho:YAG laser meniscectomy: effect of pulsewidth on tissue penetration rate and lateral thermal damage. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine, 16(1):61-65, 1995.
.Watson, T., Anderson, R.B., Davis, W.H.: Periarticular injuries to the hallux metatarsalphalangeal joint in athletes. Foot and Ankle Clinics, 5:3:687-713, 2000.
Dickson, K., Watson, T., Haddad, C., Jenne, J., Harris, M.: Outpatient Management of Low-Velocity Gunshot-Induced Fractures. Orthopedics,24(10): 951-954, 2001.
Milia, M.J., Watson, T., Berlet, G.C., Anderson, R.B., Davis, W.H.,Kiebzak, G.M.: Plantar approach for isolated fibular hallux sesamoidectomy. Poster exhibit, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, San Francisco, California, February 28 – March 2, 2001.
Watson, T., Anderson, R., Davis, W.H., Kiebzak, G.: Distal tarsal tunnel release with partial plantar fasciotomy for chronic heel pain: An outcome analysis. Foot and Ankle International, 23(6): 530-537, June 2002.
.Watson, T., Shurnas, P.: The Proximal Opening Wedge Osteotomy for the Correction of Hallux Valgus Deformity, submitted for publication, Foot and Ankle Techniques, 2007.