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Education & Training
University of Maryland, 1983
University of California, Davis - School of Medicine, CA, 1983-1984
University of California, Davis - School of Medicine, CA, 1984-1988
ACL joint pathology, ACL repair, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Complex fractures of the forearm, Complex fractures of the wrist, DeQuervains tenosynovitis, Elbow arthroscopy, Elbow injuries and reconstructive surgery, Hip replacement, Hip surgery, Impingement syndrome, Joint replacement - hip, Joint replacement - knee,
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Team Physician, UCSC; Assistant Team Physician, Cabrillo College; Associate Clinical Professor (Emeritus 2010), UC Davis School of Medicine, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, UC Davis Medical Center; Diplomate, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons; American College of Surgeons; California Medical Association; California Orthopaedic Association; Santa Cruz County Medical Society
Dr. Spiegel is married with three children. He enjoys cross country single-track mountain biking, hiking with family, history, PBS' Masterpiece Mystery, Yosemite (greatest place on earth!), and debating politics.
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Philosophy of Care
Many orthopaedic problems can be corrected or sufficently quieted with exercises, diligent application of self-care, and wait / see. I often recommend non-surgical care first. I also want to keep people moving: Life is motion; motion is life. I am a "Sports Doctor" who does joint replacement (as I got older, so did my patients!).
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