Thomas L. Tanous, Jr., MD
  • Direct anterior hip replacement

    An increased
    feeling of well-being

  • Computer navigated surgery

    Successful treatment
    outcome with
    eminent resources

  • Partial knee replacements

    Rediscover
    Freedom of movement

  • Revision arthroplasty

    Regain functional
    outcome and pain relief

  • Ligament Sparing Knee Replacement

    Ligament Sparing
    Knee Replacement

Thomas L. Tanous, Jr., MD CV

EDUCATION

The University of Texas Medical School at Houston

2000 – 2004

Houston, TX

Doctorate of Medicine

University of North Texas

1999 – 2000

Denton, TX

Department of Biological Studies

University of North Texas

1995 – 1999

Denton, TX

B.S. in Biochemistry, Magna Cum Laude

EMPLOYMENT

Advanced Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine

2013 – Present

Cypress, TX

Orthopedic Surgeon

The Bone & Joint Center

2010 – 2013

Seattle, WA

Orthopedic Surgeon

University of North Texas

1999 – 2000

Denton, TX

Cell Biology Lab Instructor

HOSPITAL POSITIONS

North Cypress Medical Center

2013 – Present

Cypress, TX

 

Orthopedic Surgeon

 

Methodist Willowbrook Hospital

2013 – Present

Houston, TX

 

Orthopedic Surgeon

 

St. Luke’s Hospital at The Vintage

2013 – Present

Cypress, TX

 

Orthopedic Surgeon

 

Northwest Hospital & Medical Center

2010 – 2013

Seattle, WA

 

Medical Staff, Orthopedic Surgeon

 

North Seattle Surgery Center

2010 – 2013

Seattle, WA

 

Medical Staff, Orthopedic Surgeon

 

HONORS

Golden Bone Award for Teaching Excellence

2009

Eagle Scout Award

1994

BOARD CERTIFICATION

American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Part I (Written)

Passed

Part II (Oral)

Passed

CURRENT LICENSE TO PRACTICE

California

Issued: 5/9/2009

Washington

Issued: 6/15/2010

MEDICAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

2004

Arthritis Foundation

2011

Western Orthopaedic Association

2011

American Academy of Hip and Knee Surgeons

2011

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Tanous T, Stephenson KW, Grecula MJ. Hip hemiarthroplaty after displaced femoral neck fracture: a survivorship analysis. Orthopaedics. 2010 Jun 9;33(6):385.

OTHER

  • Tanous T. Advancements in Orthopaedics: Hip and Knee Technologies. Stryker Primary Care Conference Series. Speaker. Seattle, WA. July 21 2011
  • Klimisch JK, Tanous T. Orthopaedic Approach to Knee Pain. Seattle Spine and Sport Medicine Lecture Series. May 24 2011.
  • Tanous T. New Advances in Arthritis Treatment. Aljoya Retirement Community. Seattle, WA. Jan 21 2011.
  • Klimisch JK, Tanous T. Fragility Fractures and Osteoporosis. Aljoya Retirement Community. Seattle, WA. October 14 2010.
  • Tanous T. Challenging cases in Hip Pathology. Inagural Orthopaedic Symposium: Clinical Challenges Facing the Practicing Orthopaedic Surgeon. Podium Presentation. Austin Tx. May 29 2009
  • Tanous T, Ivey F. Arthroscopic treatment of symptoms after total knee arthoplasty. Poster Presentation, Texas Orthopaedic Association Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, May 22-24 2008
  • Tanous T, Clanton TO. Quantiative Analysis of the osteoarthritic changes of the subtalar and 1st metatarsal joint. Poster Presentation. Annual Summer Research Program Symposium, October 2001
  • Tanous T, Masaracchia, RA. Design and characterization of synthetic peptide substrates for the human cdc32-dependant protein kinase PAK. Hypothetical molecular modeling of ᵞ-PAK. Graduate Student Project completed in Spring of 1999. Denton, Tx