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Paul Dicpinigaitis

Paul Dicpinigaitis, MD UTMB Health Provider

  • UTMB Health Orthopedics, Clear Lake Campus
    • 250 Blossom Street
      4th floor
      Webster, Texas 77598
    • Phone: (832) 505-1200
    • Fax: (832) 632-7866
    UTMB Health Orthopedics, League City Campus
    • 2240 Gulf Freeway South
      League City, TX 77573
    • Phone: (832) 505-1200
    • Fax: (281) 309-0137
  • Dr. Dicpinigaitis (Dr. “D”) received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at Yale University, graduating summa cum laude. He obtained his Doctor of Medicine at the New York University School of Medicine. He completed his internship at the New York University Medical Center, and his residency at the New York University – Hospital for Joint Disease. He completed his fellowship training in adult reconstruction (total hip and knee replacement surgery) at the Florida Orthopaedic Institute in Tampa, Florida.

    He served on active duty in the United States Air Force for 8 years including serving as Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey. He then transitioned into private practice. Prior to joining the University of Texas Medical Branch, he spent the past 11 years in Long Island, New York. He oversaw the development of a same day total joint replacement program at the ProHealth Ambulatory Surgery Center in Lake Success, New York. He has performed robotic assisted total hip and knee replacement surgery at renowned hospitals such as the North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, New York and NYU – Long Island (Winthrop) Hospital in Mineola, New York. He held an academic appointment of assistant professor in orthopedics at the Hofstra University Zucker School of Medicine in Hempstead, New York.

    He has been a Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon since 2004 and is licensed to practice medicine in New York, Florida and Texas. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and a member of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons. His areas of clinical interest include robotic assisted total hip and knee replacement surgery, partial (unicompartmental) knee replacement surgery, and revision total hip and knee replacement surgery. He also has clinical expertise in treating periprosthetic total hip and knee fractures, as well as periprosthetic hip and knee joint infections.

  • Medical/Professional School:

    MD, New York University School of Medicine - New York, NY, 1995


    General Surgery, New York University Medical Center - New York City, NY, 1996


    Orthopaedic Surgery, NYU-Hospital for Joint Disease - New York City, NY, 2002


    Adult Reconstruction, Florida Orthopaedic Institute - Temple Terrace, FL, 2018


    Sports Medicine, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

    Orthopaedics, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

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  • Joint replacement providers understand adults, as well as seniors, and the challenges of aging joints, bones and muscles. Our goal is to help patients retain function and mobility.

    Arthroplasty and Joint Surgery services include:

    • Joint Reconstruction
    • Hip, Knee and Shoulder Arthroscopy
    • Hip Reconstruction and Replacement
    • Hip Resurfacing
    • Knee Reconstruction and Replacement
    • Partial Knee Replacement
    • Patient Specific Knee Replacement
    • Repair of Pelvic Fractures

    Joint replacement providers see patients 50+. If you are under 50 please see one of our general orthopedic providers and, if needed, they can refer you for more specialized treatment.

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