Dr. Ephraim Dickinson attended Williams College where he studied political science and biology. From there he received his MD from Columbia University before moving to San Francisco to complete his orthopedic residency. Following residency, he completed a fellowship in Sports Shoulder and Elbow at OrthoCarolina in Charlotte. While there he was assistant team physician to the Carolina Panthers and the Charlotte Knights. He continues to work with high school and college athletes to develop sport-specific injury prevention protocols. His surgical specialties include minimally invasive arthroscopic knee, shoulder, and hip surgery. Additionally, he focuses on complex knee and shoulder ligament reconstructions, shoulder replacements, and has a particular interest in cartilage restoration and transplantation procedures for the knee.
Orthopedic Surgery Board Certification
- OrthoCarolina Sports Medicine and Shoulder Elbow Fellowship, 2016
- San Francisco Orthopedic Residency (St. Mary's Hospital), 2015
- Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Doctor of Medicine, 2010
- Williams College, Bachelor of Arts: Biology and Political Science, 2004
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