Dr. Douglass specializes in hand, wrist, elbow and nerve surgery in addition to orthopedic trauma. Dr. Douglass earned two Bachelor of Science degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, double-majoring in Chemical Engineering and Biology. He received his M.D. from Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Douglass completed internship, orthopedic surgery residency, and served as Chief Orthopedic Resident at Stanford University, Stanford, CA. Dr. Douglass completed the Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery Fellowship at Stanford University, training under hand surgeons from the Orthopedic and Plastic Surgery Departments. The Stanford Hand Service is a quaternary referral center receiving complex cases referred by other surgeons. Dr. Douglass had the opportunity to perform complex reconstructive surgeries, pediatric hand surgery, brachial plexus and peripheral nerve repairs and reconstructions, microvascular and trauma surgery. Dr. Douglass has completed numerous publications, book chapters, and research projects, and received the Chief Resident Research Award while at Stanford. Dr. Douglass’s projects have focused on a broad array of subjects including hand and wrist conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, Dupuytren’s disease, tumors, scapholunate ligament, arthritic conditions, biomechanics, surgical technique videos, as well as medical devices used for hand, wrist and upper extremity surgery. During his time in residency and fellowship, Dr. Douglass has had the pleasure of serving patients at private and public hospitals, pediatric hospitals, as well as the Veteran’s Hospital of Palo Alto. Whichever type of patient he sees in his office, Dr. Douglass strives to be a compassionate doctor while providing the best possible medical care.