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Duncan C. Ramsey III M.D. & Leslie Storms

    
Duncan C. Ramsey III, MD, is a fourth generation Dallasite and graduated from Sunset High School. His undergraduate work was completed at Baylor University where he studied biology and environmental studies. He attended medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. He completed an internship in general surgery at Baylor Hospital in Dallas prior to returning to Galveston for an orthopaedic residency at John Sealy Hospital at the The University of Texas Medical Branch.
   
Having a special interest in knee injuries and sports medicine, he was selected for a fellowship training in arthroscopic and resconstructive surgery of the knee under the tutelage of Robert G. Stone, MD, Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at UT Southwestern in Dallas. Dr. Stone was a founding member of the International Arthroscopy Association and the Arthroscopy Association of North America. He was one of the first surgeons to perform and refine the arthroscopy technique in North Texas. 
   
After Dr. Ramsey completed his fellowship in arthroscopic knee surgery, he joined a group practice in Plano, Texas; however, he made the decision to establish a solo private practice soon after this and has remained in this clinical setting in Plano almost three decades. 
   
Although his subspecialty is arthoscopic and reconstructive surgery in sports related injuries of the knee, his practice encompasses all orthopaedic injuries. He was the team physician for the Allen Eagles High School football team for ten years and has been the St. Mark's School of Texas wrestling team physician for over ten years. 
   
Dr. Ramsey is the father of three sons and is an avid cyclist both on the road and mountain. He volunteers with former President George W. Bush's annual Wounded Warrior bicycle rides and golf tournament. He also enjoys snow skiing, traveling, restoring antiques and raising his Basenjis. His wife, Leslie, has a bachelor's degree in nursing and a master's degree in marriage and family therapy. She works as a nurse in his office part-time and is a yoga teacher.
 

Certifying Body
Diplomate of American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons
Board Certified Othopedic Surgeon 1987 Recertified 1997 & 2007
Scope of Practice
Arthroscopic Surgery of the Knee
Reconstructive Surgery of the Knee
General Orthopedics
Type of Practice
Solo Practitioner
All Age Groups  
Serving North Texas Area
Scope of Treatment
All orthopedic injuries or ailments, both new and old