Speciality: Orthopedic Trauma and Joint Reconstruction
Dr. Gould is the chief of orthopedic trauma for Winthrop University Hospital. His expertise encompasses treating acute (new) broken bones and chronic complications of old fractures. He has extensive training in pelvic and acetabular fractures, peri-articular fractures (fractures involving a joint), nonunions (bones that don’t heal), malunions (bones that heal crooked), infections and limb deformity. He also trained under experts in the fields of primary and revision replacements of the hip and knee. He is actively involved with Winthrop’s trauma service and fragility fracture service.
Outside of work, Dr. Gould enjoys spending time with is wife, Tracy, their daughter, Madison, and their two dogs, Bailey and Lucy.
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