Advanced Subspecialty Surgeons Join Anchorage Fracture & Orthopedic Clinic
Anchorage Fracture & Orthopedic Clinic has recently grown to include fourteen providers with the addition of fellowship-trained hand and upper extremity surgeon Dr. Patricia Fox and fellowship-trained foot and ankle orthopedic surgeon Dr. Rabun Fox.
As a fellowship-trained hand and upper extremity surgeon, Patricia Fox specializes in treating all injuries and conditions of the hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder. Her surgical expertise includes arthroscopy, nerve repair and reconstruction, wrist and small joint fusion and replacement, fracture care, and microsurgery, as well as elbow and shoulder replacement.
As one of the area’s only fellowship-trained orthopedic foot and ankle surgeons, Rabun Fox provides the highest level of expertise for foot and ankle care, including flatfoot deformity, sports, and overuse injuries and fracture management. He offers advanced surgical care utilizing the latest in minimally invasive and arthroscopic techniques. Additionally, he has trained extensively on total ankle replacements and provides the most up-to-date options for his patients with ankle arthritis.
“We are excited to have Drs. Patricia and Rabun Fox join Anchorage Fracture & Orthopedic Clinic as part of our dedication to meeting the growing needs of our community,” says practice CEO Brandon Ousley. “Our new doctors are both extensively trained subspecialists who share our commitment to keeping our community healthy and active, and we are proud to welcome them to our team.”
Patricia Fox is a graduate of The University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine and completed her residency in orthopedic surgery at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. She later underwent additional specialty training in hand and upper extremity surgery through a fellowship at the Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center.
Rabun Fox earned his medical degree from the Louisiana State University School of Medicine. He then completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, followed by a foot and ankle surgery fellowship training at the Rothman Institute and Thomas Jefferson University.
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