Edward Moon, M.D.
Accepting new patients
Accepting new patients
Accepted Health Plans
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Arthritis, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Complex fractures of the fingers, Complex fractures of the hand, Complex fractures of the wrist, Cubital tunnel syndrome, Dequervain's syndrome, Distal radial fracture, Distal radial ulnar joint, Dupuytren's disease treatment, Extensor tendon repair
- Medical Affiliations
Palo Alto Medical Foundation
- Palo Alto Foundation Medical Group
Sutter Medical Network
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Credentials & Notables
- Medical School:
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Orthopedic Surgery, University of Washington, Seattle
General Surgery, University of Washington, Seattle
Hand and Upper Extremity, Hospital for Special Surgery, Cornell Medical Center, New York, NY
- Primary Language(s)
Does collagenase injection disrupt or digest the Dupuytren's cord: a magnetic resonance imaging study
- American Society for Surgery of the Hand Annual Meeting Chicago, IL
Moon ES, Crivello K, Potter H, Wolfe S, Rancy SK
Management of nonunion following surgical management of scaphoid fractures: current concepts
- Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Moon ES, Dy CJ, Derman P, Vance MC, Carlson MG
Comparison of three injection techniques for ulnar nerve blocks at the wrist: a cadaveric study
- American Academy for Orthopaedic Surgery Annual Meeting
Moon ES, Iannuzzi N, Hanel DP
Bier block intravenous regional anesthesia for the operative treatment of adult distal radius fractures
- American Society for Surgery of the Hand Annual Meeting Las Vegas, NV
Kim PS, Lohse G, Moon ES, Huang IJ.
Biomechanical analysis of the less invasive stabilization system for mechanically unstable fractures of the distal femur: comparison of titanium versus stainless steel and bicortical versus unicortical fixation
- Journal of Trauma
Beingessner D, Barei D, Moon ES, Morshed S.
Treatment of plastic deformation of the forearm in young adults with double-level osteotomies: case reports
- Journal of Hand Surgery (American Volume)
Moon ES, Howlett J, Wiater BP, Trumble TE.
Gunshot wounds to the spine: literature review and report on a migratory intrathecal bullet
- American Journal of Orthopedics
Moon ES, Kondrashov D, Hannibal M, Hsu K, Zucherman, J.
Stiffness following displaced pediatric both-bone forearm fractures: A meta-analysis
- Orthopaedic Trauma Association Annual Meeting Phoenix, AZ
Greiwe RM, Mehlman CT, Moon ES, Wall E, Crawford A.
Risk factors for avascular necrosis after femoral neck fractures in children: 25 Cincinnati cases and meta-analysis of 360 cases
- Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma
Moon ES, Mehlman CT.
Calcineurin initiates smooth muscle differentiation in neural crest stem cells
- The Journal of Cell Biology
Mann KM, Ray JL, Moon ES, Sass KM, Benson MR.
A set of genes activated in differentiating smooth muscle is also activated in smooth muscle from injured arteries or atherosclerotic lesions
- Gene Function & Disease
Moon ES, Ray JL, Leach RL, Benson MR.
Dr. Moon is an official medical provider for the US Ski Team and provides care for Olympic athletes during international competition. He has also worked with Operation Access to provide free surgical care to those in need.
Dr. Moon enjoys hiking, sailing, snowboarding, cooking, guitar, drums, golf and tennis.
Philosophy of Care
Dr. Moon is a board certified orthopedic surgeon with fellowship training in treatment of the hand and upper extremity. He completed his residency at the University of Washington in Seattle including extensive orthopedic trauma training at Harborview Medical Center, the only level one trauma center servicing five states in the pacific northwest. Dr. Moon then completed fellowship training in hand, upper extremity, and microsurgery at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City, the number one orthopedic hospital in the nation as ranked by US News and World Report. Dr. Moon believes in patient centered care, patient education, and shared decision making. His goal is to fully restore both form and function in a caring and compassionate environment. As an avid hiker, snowboarder, golfer, and musician he understands the importance of a quick recovery and returning to an active and healthy lifestyle. Dr. Moon's philosophy is to attempt non-surgical treatment whenever possible. However, if surgery is necessary he employs the most current evidence-based techniques and technology to achieve the best outcomes.
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