- Sports Medicine
Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon with added Qualification in Hand Surgery
University of Texas Medical Branch – Galveston, Texas 1985
Orthopedic Surgery Residency
Tulane University Medical Center – New Orleans, Louisiana 1990
Good Samaritan Hospital – Phoenix, Arizona 1991
Dr. Frederick is a native of Austin, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas in 1981. He then attended medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. After graduating, he completed his Orthopedic Residency at Tulane University Medical Center in New Orleans. Following his residency, Dr. Frederick was awarded a Hand and Wrist Fellowship at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix training under Robert Wilson, M.D.
Dr. Frederick is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery, a certified member of the Board of Orthopedic Surgery, and an active member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand. In addition, he serves as a hand and wrist consultant for the Dallas Cowboys Football Club, the Dallas Stars Hockey Club, the Professional Bull Riders, and Southern Methodist University Athletics. He has been elected by his peers into D Magazine’s Best Doctors of Dallas for the past 10 years.
Dr. Frederick is the author of numerous articles and has presented at both local and national meetings regarding hand and wrist problems. He has a particular interest in hand and wrist fractures and arthritis, scaphoid fractures and nonunions, tendon and nerve injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, and Dupuytren’s contracture. Dr. Frederick treats many high level athletes, but enjoys the entire spectrum of patients – from professional athletes to the “weekend warriors.” He also enjoys treating a wide range of ages – from children to older adults.
Dr. Frederick is married and the father of three children. Currently the children are attending Christ the King and Jesuit High School. He enjoys time with his family, traveling, fishing, and hunting. Dr. Frederick has lived and practiced hand surgery in Dallas since 1991.