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I was born in Moscow, Russia, raised in Siberia and trained in the United States. My family moved to Katy, Texas when I was thirteen years old. While attending Taylor High School, I quickly learned English. I then graduated from the University of Houston in 2006, earning a double major in Chemistry and Biology. I attended medical school at the University of Texas - Galveston, graduating in 2010. I left Texas and completed my orthopedic surgical residency at the University of California, San Francisco-Fresno joint program. In 2015, I returned to Houston for a one year Adult Hip and Knee Reconstruction fellowship at the Texas Medical Center, focusing on the posterior approach of the hip and complex revision surgery. The following year, I completed an intensive 4 month, minimally invasive anterior hip fellowship in Belgium, Europe. In the interim, I have been working as a contracting surgeon delivering orthopedic care to underserved areas of the United States. I joined Houston Methodist to provide patients in my hometown with the most up-to-date care relating to problems of the hip and knee. The focus of my practice is on high quality adult reconstruction with emphasis on multimodal pain control. I have authored peer reviewed articles and have been invited to speak at national conferences on topics related to hip infections and fractures. I am married and my wife, Corinna, is a registered nurse. Our passions are health and traveling. We are in the process of starting a family and we hope you will be a part of it. I value honesty and dedication when it comes to patient care, while treating people like family with compassion and respect.