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As a board-certified, fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Alexia H. Soria specializes in the hand and upper extremity. As part of her commitment and excellence in providing subspecialty orthopedic care, she provides comprehensive treatment for a variety of hand, wrist, and elbow conditions. Her extensive education and training, enable Dr. Soria to routinely address upper extremity trauma, tendinopathies, wrist pain, and elbow disorders, fractures, dislocations, and more.
After graduating from Duke University, Dr. Soria spent two years working in basic science orthopedic research at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, where she specialized in bone biology and the biology of fracture healing. After her time in the field, Dr. Soria went on to pursue a medical degree from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia.
After earning her medical degree, Dr. Soria was accepted into the #1 ranked Orthopedic Residency at The Hospital for Special Surgery. During her residency, Dr. Soria studied and worked with globally renowned orthopedic surgeons. Additionally, Dr. Soria received training at Institute Kaplan in Barcelona with Dr. Marc Garcia Elias.
She completed her training with a hand, microvascular, and upper extremity fellowship at Duke University. She is a candidate member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand and American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.
Dr. Soria’s research and publishing accomplishments include authoring six peer-reviewed articles, 17 conference presentations, and six research awards.
Her expertise in the hand, wrist, and upper extremities allow Dr. Soria to diagnose and treat a number of orthopedic conditions and injuries, which include:
Dr. Soria utilizes advanced surgical approaches to address the conditions and injuries listed above (and others) by routinely providing patients the following:
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