â€“ General Imaging | Douglas Mintz, M.D. â€“ Musculoskeletal
Radiology Associates of South Florida
Douglas Mintz, M.D.
Dr. Douglas Mintz is a board certified, fellowship-trained musculoskeletal radiologist with over 10 years of subspecialty experience practicing at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York.
He was an orthopaedic radiologist for many professional and amateur sports teams.
interests and expertise are sports, foot and ankle, musculoskeletal tumor, and spine imaging.
Before joining the musculoskeletal division of Radiology Associates of South Florida (RASF), he was an Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology at Cornell University.
He received his A.B. and M.D. form Columbia University and also studied at St. John's College, Oxford.
After two years of surgery training at the University of Minnesota, he performed two years of research at the Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California, followed by a radiology residency at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York and a fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery.
Numerous organizations have recognized Dr. Mintz
clinical work in radiology, including the Consumer Research Council of America
which named him one of "America's Top Radiologists" and Castle Connolly which named him a Top Doctor.
is also listed in Who's Who in America.
has written numerous book chapters and regularly publishes in peer-reviewed medical journals, including articles on MR imaging of articular cartilage.
most recent article, "Predictive Value of MRI in Determining Presence of Residual Disease Following Marginal Excision of Unsuspected Soft Tissue Sarcomas of the Hand," was published in the Journal of Hand Surgery
lectures nationally and internationally.
The National Institutes of Health
and the Bayer Foundation
have given him grant support.
also won first place at the 2005 Annual Bioengineering Expo for his
poster, "Load Dependence of the Thumb and Carpal Bone Configuration During Static Pinch."
also holds a United States patent for "Methods for Identifying Inhibitors of LPS-mediated LBP Binding."