Dr. Aaron Venouziou specializes in hand and upper extremity surgery. He treats most acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions of the shoulder, elbow and hand in adults and children. He has received extensive training in shoulder arthroplasty, arthroscopy, upper extremity fracture management, tendon issues, nerve-related problems and microsurgery.
Dr. Venouziou received his medical degree from the University of Thessaly (Greece). He completed his surgical internship and orthopaedic residency at the University Hospital of Larissa (Greece). Then, he went on an advanced fellowship in Shoulder, Elbow, Hand Surgery and Microsurgery in Pittsburgh, for 2 years (USA).
In 2015 he received a scholarship by the European Society for Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy focused on arthroscopic and open shoulder surgery at the University of Milan (Italy). Since May 2015 he serves as a team doctor of the Hellenic Men's National Volleyball Team.
Dr. Venouziou has conducted extensive research in the field of hand and upper extremity. His scientific work includes 25 published papers and abstracts in peer reviewed journals and 5 book chapters in orthopaedic textbooks. He has given numerous presentations to medical audiences at both national and international conferences and he has also won several national awards and grants. He is an active member of several national and international scientific societies.