David Shenassa, M.D., was recently featured on WPLG Local 10 News discussing a treatment used on a softball player to regrow her finger tip. The cell therapy was made from a pig's bladder and was attached to the finger, stimulating the human cells to reproduce. Click here to see the full news segment.
- Medical School- Technion Israel Institute of Technology
- Residency- North-Shore Long Island Jewish Health System
- Fellowship- University of Southern California Medical Center
- Hand and Wrist Reconstructive Surgery
- Sports Injuries and Trauma
Dr. Shenassa is a fellowship trained Hand, Wrist and Microvascular Surgeon. He specializes in Reconstructive Surgery on the Hand and Wrist, Sports Injuries and Trauma. After completing his surgical residency in New York at the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, an affiliate of the NYU/Albert Einstein Schools of Medicine, he moved to Los Angeles to complete his sub-specialty training. Dr. Shenassa was a fellow in the Joseph H. Boyes Hand and Microvascular Surgery Fellowship Program in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine. At USC, he worked under the expert team of doctors directly responsible for the care and treatment of the USC Trojans athletic teams.