Damien M. Dauphinee, DPM, FACFAS, FAENS, CWS-P
Damien Dauphinee has a unique foot and ankle surgical practice in the Dallas area specializing in peripheral nerve reconstruction. They are using unique and groundbreaking techniques to help patients with neuropathy and various types of nerve injuries.
Damien M. Dauphinée, DPM, FACFAS, FAENS, FACCWS, CWSP, is board certified in Foot Surgery and Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery. He is also board certified in Wound Management by the American Board of Wound Management. Dr. Dauphinée has special interest in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery and trauma, as well as, peripheral nerve injuries. He is a current Fellow and served as President of the Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons in 2009. Dr. Dauphinee serves as faculty for the AENS Fundamental and Advanced Peripheral Nerve workshops, training surgeons to treat a variety of peripheral nerve pathologies. Dr. Dauphinée completed a mini-fellowship in external fixation techniques at the Russian ILIZAROV Scientific Centre for Restorative Traumatology and Orthopaedics (RISC-RTO) in Kurgan, Russia, using those techniques as Medical Director of Limb Preservation for the Comprehensive Wound Center at The Heart Hospital Baylor in Denton, TX. In 2014 he was awarded the Jules Tinel, MD Lifetime Achievement Award by the Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons. Dr. Dauphinée lectures nationally and internationally on the subjects of diabetic limb salvage, hyperbaric oxygen therapy for chronic wounds, and peripheral nerve pathology and treatment.
Dr. Dauphinee is a 2-time Tough Mudder (www.toughmudder.com) completing the Austin race in 2012 in about 3.5 hours (with two broken ribs) and the Dallas event in 2014 with no major injuries. Little Known Fact…Dr. Dauphinee played a Cabrito Cook in the Robert Rodriguez film “Machete Kills” with stars Danny Trejo, Jessica Alba, Lady Gaga, Sophia Vergara, Michelle Rodriquez, Mel Gibson, Carlos Estevez (Charlie Sheen), Antonio Banderas, Amber Heard and Demian Bechir.
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