Drs. Aldridge and Wilson accepted into American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Association!

Dr. Mack Aldridge and Dr. Joe Wilson have been welcomed into the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Association (ASES), the premier association comprised of shoulder and elbow surgeons.  ASES holds one closed meeting per year, and both surgeons were approved at this year’s meeting.

Copy of Congratulations (2) Dr. Aldridge is certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and has received his certificate of added qualification (CAQ) in Hand Surgery.  Dr. Aldridge has a broad range of knowledge of orthopaedic problems with subspecialty training in the upper extremity (hand, wrist, elbow). His interests range from complex trauma, elbow replacements, upper extremity arthritis, brachial plexus injury and reconstruction to endoscopic carpal tunnel release, and Dupuytren’s, among others.  Dr. Aldridge sees patients in the Chapel Hill, Durham, and Southpoint offices of Triangle Orthopaedic Associates, P.A.

Dr. Wilson has been in practice since 2001, and he not only has a unique range of knowledge in General Orthopaedics, he has a true passion for what he does for his patients.  As a Flight Surgeon in the United States Navy, and as a key member of an F-18 Fighter Attack Squadron, he served aboard the aircraft carrier, the USS Constellation.  His specialized knowledge in advanced arthroscopic techniques of both the shoulder and knee allow him to assess the best possible surgical procedure for each injury.  Dr. Wilson sees patients in the Apex, Durham, and Raleigh offices of Triangle Orthopaedic Associates, P.A.

 

Join us in Welcoming Our Newest Orthopaedic Surgeon

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Please join us in welcoming Dr. Douglas Freels,MD, to our orthopaedic team!  He will be seeing patients at Wilson Ortho, a division of Triangle Orthopaedics.

Dr. Freels has extensive experience in orthopedic surgery and joint replacement patients having been in practice for over 18 years. This includes both primary hip, knee, and shoulder replacement patients including minimally-invasive joint replacement surgeries such as the “Oxford” partial knee replacement and the direct anterior approach for hip replacement surgery. He also has experience in the more complex joint replacement patients including infections, peri-prosthetic fractures, and revision joint replacement surgery.

To see Dr. Douglas Freels,MD, please contact us at 252-243-9629.