William M Weiss, MD
Primary LocationOrthopedic 4801 Alberta Ave.
El Paso, TX 79905
Phone (915) 215-5400
Medical School: Queen's University- Kingston, Ontario, Canada
- University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston, TX
- Plano Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine - Plano, TX
- University of Alberta - Edmonton, AB, Canada
Residency: University of Ottawa - Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Graduate School: University of Ottawa - Ottawa, ON, Canada: Master of Science (Biochemistry)
Undergraduate School: University of Ottawa - Ottawa, ON, Canada: Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry & Human Kinetics)
- Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada (FRCSC) - Orthopedic Surgery
- Exercise Physiologist - Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP-CEP)
- Level III Coach - Canadian National Coaching Certification Program
- Fitness Training Specialist - Canadian Association of Fitness Professionals
Dr. Weiss completed two undergraduate science degrees (BSc Biochemistry and BSc Human Kinetics) and a master of science degree (MSc Biochemistry), while being involved in athletics, and became nationally certified in coaching and exercise physiology. Then pursued medical school (MD) and residency training in orthopedic surgery, becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada (FRCSC) certified in orthopedic surgery. Completed one sports medicine fellowship (University of Alberta) in Canada before coming to Texas to complete a second sports medicine fellowship (Plano Orthopedics & Sports Medicine). Completed a third fellowship in Orthopedic foot, ankle and lower extremity reconstruction (University of Texas Medical Branch) before coming to El Paso.
Adult and pediatric sports injuries of the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, ankle and foot. Other Information Shoulder instability, labral injuries & dislocation, AC joint injuries, rotator cuff tears. Hip labral tears and impingement. Knee ACL & multi-ligamentous (PCL, LCL/PLC, MCL} injuries or dislocations, meniscal injury, patellar instability, tendon tears. Foot & Ankle ligamentous and tendinous injuries, instability, achilles tendon ruptures, Lisfranc injuries, deformity. Cartilage injury of the shoulder, hip, knee, and ankle. Osteoarthritis of the shoulder, knee, ankle and foot. Trauma of the upper and lower extremities.
- University Medical Center of El Paso
- El Paso Children's Hospital
- Dr. Weiss specializes primarily in sports medicine, arthroscopy, and extremity reconstruction with focus on the knee, shoulder, hip, ankle and foot. He has special interest in treating sports injuries
- Dr. Weiss serves as editor and reviewer for prominent orthopedic, sports medicine, and foot & ankle journals, and has published numerous peer-reviewed manuscripts. He has also authored chapters in nation-ally and internationally published orthopedic books.