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    Dr. Charles E. Dumont

    Hand surgery clinic (microsurgery)

    38 Yrs

    Klinik Im Park

    Zürich, Switzerland


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    Dr. Charles E. Dumont is a highly sought-after orthopedic surgeon specializing in orthopedic surgery, traumatology, and hand surgery. He is a certified ultrasonographer associated with the honorable Swiss Society of Orthopedics. He received his medical license in 1985 from the University of Paris. In 1991, he completed his diploma in microsurgery and received his diploma in hand surgery from Paris and his specialization in orthopedic surgery in 1992. In 1993, he completed his post-graduate degree in Neurobiology. Dr. Charles E. Dumont became an FMH specialized surgeon in orthopedics and traumatology of the musculoskeletal system in Bern. In 2004, he completed his doctoral degree in Natural Sciences, and in 2010, he acquired the status of an FMH Specialized Hand Surgeon. Dr. Charles E. Dumont has gained vast experience by working as the following: · Orthopedic surgery, traumatology, and hand surgery resident in Paris for seven years (1985-1992) · Fellow at the Functional Restoration Department at Stanford University in the USA (1992-1993) · Assistant Professor of Hand and Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology for three years (1993-1996) · Chief of Hand Surgery and Reconstructive Surgery at the Balgrist University Hospital in Zurich for about nine years (1997-2006) · Chief of hand and reconstructive surgery at Ziegler Hospital in Bern for four years (2006-2010) Dr. Charles E. Dumont is currently working as an attending surgeon at the Clinic Im Park in Zurich, Switzerland. His areas of specialty include: 1. Hand, wrist, and elbow surgery 2. Peripheral nerve surgery 3. Microsurgical tissue transfer treatment Dr. Charles E. Dumont is a friendly surgeon who is quite skilled at his job. He is well-versed in German, French, and English.