Wolfgang Fitz , MD

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Wolfgang Fitz

Dr. Fitz is an associate orthopedic surgeon at Brigham and Women's, Faulkner, and the New England Baptist Hospitals in Boston, MA and an Instructor at Harvard Medical School. He is licensed to practice in both the US and Germany. Dr. Fitz has been involved in a variety of innovations during his career. While in Germany he designed a seat that is widely used by BMW. Since his arrival at the Brigham he has worked on patented innovations including the use of nanotechnology to improve the performance of bone cement, minimally invasive implant designs, and instrumentation and surgical techniques for image-guided and computer-assisted joint replacement technology. Dr. Fitz won the National Orthopaedic Fellowship Foundation Award in 1999 and was selected to be a John Insall Traveling Fellow in 2002 by the American Knee Society.

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