David H. King, M.D.

Hand, Foot, Ankle and Microsurgery

Certifications

American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Certification Date: 7/28/2006

Medical Education

June 2001–May 2002
University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky
Hand & Microvascular Fellowship

August 1999–July 2000
Wapner & Hecht – University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Foot & Ankle Fellowship

July 1995–June 1999
University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky
Orthopaedic Residency

July 1994–June 1995
University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky
Surgical Internship

July 1990–June 1991
William Beaumont Army Medical Center, El Paso, Texas
Transitional Internship

August 1986–May 1990
University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky
Doctor of Medicine

August 1982–May 1986
Bellarmine College, Louisville, Kentucky
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Chemistry

Teaching Appointments/Presentations

Clinical Instructor–Hand Surgery
University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky

Clinical Instructor–Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky

Instructor – Principles of Operative Fracture Management: Part 1: Basic Principles and Techniques of Operative Fracture Management Course for Residents
AO North America, Continuing Medical Education, St. Louis, Missouri

Presentations

10/17-19/1997
Anatomic Considerations of Distal Interlocking of Tibial Nails: A Comparison of Two Directions of Distal Screw Insertion
Exhibit – Orthopaedic Trauma Association 14th Annual Meeting
Louisville, Kentucky

10/16-19/1997
Anatomic Considerations of Distal Interlocking of Tibial Nails: A Comparison of Two Directions of Distal Screw Insertion
Exhibit – Gerhard Kuntscher-Kreis Osteosynthese International Meeting
Louisville, Kentucky

10/16-19/1997
Distal Interlocking of Tibial Nails: A Biomechanical Study of Distal Screw Direction
Exhibit – Gerhard Kuntscher-Kreis Osteosynthese International Meeting
Louisville, Kentucky

3/16-19/1998
Biomechanical Evaluation of Two Configurations of the Distal Locking Screws of the Tibial Intramedullary Nail
Presentation – Orthopaedic Research Society 44th Annual Meeting
New Orleans, Louisiana

3/15–19/2000
Distal Tibial Interlocking – Medial-to-Lateral or Lateral-to-Media? A Prospective Study of Surgical Approach Methods
Presentation – American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 67th Annual Meeting
Orlando, Florida