Curriculum Vitae

Philip Heyman, M.D.

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

Business Address:601 E Hampden Ave, Suite 500

Englewood, Colorado  80113

(303) 744-7078

Home Address:938 South Elizabeth Street

Denver, Colorado  80209

Birth Date:February 15, 1958

Birth Place:Suffern, New York

 

EDUCATION:

High School:The Phillips Exeter Academy, 1/74–6/75

Exeter, NH  03833

College:Brown University, 9/76-7/80

Providence, RI  02912

Degree:  A.B. Music

Special Honors

Graduate Cum Laude

Buxtehude Premium for Musical

Excellence

Medical School:New York University, 9/81-7/85

550 First Avenue

New York, NY  10006

Degree:  M.D.

Internship:General Surgery 8/85-6/86

New York University Medical Center

New York, NY  10006

Program Director:  Frank C. Spencer, M.D.

Residency:Orthopaedic Surgery 7/86-6/90

New York University Medical Center

New York, NY  10006

Program Director:  Theodore Waugh, MD

 

FELLOWSHIP: Hand and Upper Extremity

July 1990 – July 1991 Massachusetts General Hospital

Harvard University

Boston, MA

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BOARD CERTIFICATION:

American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery  July 1993

Certificate of Added Qualification in Hand SurgeryAugust 1994

 

LICENSURE: DATE NUMBER

New York1986167042-1

Massachusetts199071634

Colorado199130954

 

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS:

New York University Medical Center

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

Teaching Assistant  (1986 – 1990)

Massachusetts General Hospital

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

Assistant Instructor Orthopaedic Surgery (1990 – 1991)

 

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS:

Present:

Craig HospitalActive

Porter Adventist HospitalActive

Porter/Littleton Adventist HospitalActive

Swedish Medical CenterActive

Medical Center of Aurora-N&SCourtesy

Hand Surgery of ColoradoActive

St. Joseph HospitalActive

Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Ctr.Courtesy

Rose Medical CenterCourtesy

Children’s HospitalCourtesy

Past:

Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA1990-1991

Manhattan Veterans Administration Hospital, New York, NY  1985-1990

Bellevue Hospital, New York, NY1985-1990

(Chief Resident  1989-1990)

New York University, New York, NY1985-1990

(Chief Resident  1989-1990)

Philip Heyman, M.D.

 

MEMBERSHIPS:

Harvard Hand Club

Rocky Mountain Hand Society

Colorado Medical Society

Fellow of American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY/PUBLICATIONS:

“Thermal Survival Characteristics of Cell Subpopulations Isolated from a Heterogeneous  Human   Colon, Tumor”, Leith, J.T., Heyman, P., et al., Cancer Research, 4(7): 3240-3246, July 1983.

“Survival Responses of Cell Subpopulations Isolated from a Hetergeneous Human Colon Tumor

After Combinations of Hyperthermia and Z-Irradiation”, Leith, J.T., Heyman, P., et al., Int. J.

Radiat. Biol., 43(3):303-331, March 1983.

“Responses of Oxic and Hypoxic Human Colon Tumor Cells to Hyperthermia”, Leith, J.T., Heyman,

P., et al., Radiation Research, 90(30:638-643, June 1982.

“Injuries of the Ulnar Collateral Ligament of the Thumb Metacarpophalangeal Joint: Biomechanical

and Prospective Clinical Studies on the Usefulness of Valgus Stress Testing”, Heyman, P.,

Gelberman, R.H., et al., Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, July 1993: (292); 165-71.

“Electrophysiologic Testing” In:  Operative Nerve Repair/Reconstruction, Editor: Richard Gelberman,

M.D., Publisher, J.B. Lippincott Company, Copyright 1991.

“Intercalary Flexor Tendon Grafts: A Morphological Study of Intrasynovial and Extrasynovial Donor

Tendons”, Gelberman, R.H., Seiler, J.G., Rosenberg, A.E., Heyman, P., Amiel, D., Scand, J.,

Plastic Reconstr. Surg., Hand Surg.; 1992;26 (3:257-64).

 

PRESENTATIONS:

“Basal Joint Arthritis”, Grand Rounds, Department of Orthopaedics, New York University Medical

Center: September 1988.

“Fractures of the Proximal Humerus”, Grand Rounds, Department of Orthropaedics, New York

University Medical Center: August 1989.

“Injuries of the Ulnar Collateral Ligament of the Ligament of the Thumb Metacarpophalangeal Joint:

Biomechanical and Prospective Clinical Studies on the Usefulness of Valgus Stress Testing”:

Presented Annual Fellows and Residents Conference of the American Society for Surgery of the

Hand, Orlando, FL, October 1991

“Emergency Care of the Injured Hand”. Presented to Denver, CO, Primary Care Physicians. January

1992

Philip Heyman, M.D.

“Radial Forearm Flaps for Soft Tissue Defects of the Hand”. Grand Rounds, Porter Memorial Hospital,

Denver, CO, April 17, 1992.

“Radial Forearm Flaps for Soft Tissue Defects of the Hand”. Grand Rounds, Swedish Medical Center,

Denver, CO, April 17, 1994.

“The Kessler Device in the Treatment of Radial Dysplasia”. Citywide Grand Rounds, The Children’s

Hospital, Denver, CO,  June 3, 1992

“Radial Forearm Flaps for Soft Tissue Defects of the Hand”. 4th Annual Colorado Orthopaedic Trauma

Symposium, Denver, CO, June 19, 1992.

“Primary Care of Hand Injuries”. Presented to Emergency Room Residents, University of Colorado

Medical Center, Denver, CO, June 3, 1992.

“Primary Care of Hand Injuries”. Presented to Emergency Room Residents, Porter Memorial Hospital,

Denver, CO, June 3, 1992.

“Comminuted Intra-articular Fractures of the Base of the Thumb Metacarpal: Treatment with Open

Reductions and Combined Internal and External Fixation”. Presented, Annual Summer Meeting,

Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Western Orthopaedic Association, Aspen, CO, July 31, 1992.

“Injuries to the Ulnar Collateral Ligament of the Thumb Metacarpophalangeal Joint: Biomechanical and

Prospective Clinical Studies on the Usefulness of Valgus Stress Testing: Presented, 5th Annual

Richard Smith Memorial Lectureship, Massachusetts General Hospital, October 5, 1993.

“Experience with Scapholunate Fusion”: 10th Annual International Wrist Investigators Workshop. Mayo

Clinic, Rochester, MN, May 22, 1994.

“Injuries of the Ulnar Collateral Ligament of the Thumb Metacarpophalangeal Joint: Biomechanical and

Prospective Clinical Studies on the Usefulness of Valgus Stress Testing”. 6th Annual Colorado

Orthopaedic Trauma Symposium, June 10, 1994.

“Tendon Transfer”. Regional Review Course in Hand Surgery, Denver, CO, Course Director: Don

Ferlic, M.D., November 6,7, 1993.

“Congenital Hand Differences”. Regional Review Course in Hand Surgery, Denver, CO, November 6,7, 1993.