- Emory University. Atlanta, GA (Bachelor of Science)
- George Washington University School of Medicine (Medical Degree)
- Tulane University (Internship in Surgery)
- University of California Davis Medical Center (Residency in Orthopedics)
Dr. Roy Cardoso is a board certified orthopedic surgeon. Dr. Cardoso’s clinical interests include surgery of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder. He has a particular interest in complex elbow reconstruction, and peripheral nerve injury including the brachial plexus.
He was Assistant Professor of Hand and Upper extremity at the University of Miami for three years where he helped train a number of residents and fellows in hand and upper extremity surgery. He has lectured both internationally and nationally on various topics including brachial plexus injuries and injuries of the wrist and elbow. Additionally, he is involved in both clinical and basic science research and is co-author of a number of medical articles as well as book chapters. Dr. Cardoso was bestowed with an Interim Year Research Training Award by the National Institutes of Health, in 2001. He was chosen as a young leader in 2011 by the American Society of the Hand.
Hand Upper Limb
350 N Pine Road, Suite 200
Plantation, FL 33324