Having more than 10 years of strong experiences, especially in orthopedic surgery, Dr. Taggart T Gauvain affiliates with many hospitals including Memorial Hermann Pearland, Memorial Hermann Southeast, Memorial Hermann Texas Medical Center, and Memorial Hermann Orthopedic and Spine Hospital.
Dr. Taggart Gauvain earned his undergraduate degree at St. Edward’s University in Austin and his medical degree at UT Health San Antonio Medical School. He completed his residency in orthopedic surgery at McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) and a fellowship in foot and ankle surgery at The Foundation for Orthopedic, Athletic and Reconstructive Research in Houston. In practice since 2010, Dr. Gauvain is board certified in orthopedic surgery. He specializes in surgery of the foot and ankle with special clinical interest in reconstructive surgery, fractures, arthroscopic surgery, total ankle arthroplasty and treatment of sports injuries.
Chapter: Direct Posterior Midline Approach for Treatment of Insertional Achilles Tendonitis
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Taggart Gauvain, MDEditors: Steven Raiken, MD.Thieme, New York 2018
One of the main challenges in ankle replacement is correction of any deformities in the operative limb. Deformity can be found proximal and distal to the ankle joint as well as in the ankle joint. There are static and dynamic deformities that can create unbalanced ankle joints causing early and often catastrophic failure.
Leslie Barnings-Joyce is now able to walk her beloved dog, Lady Bug, thanks to the outstanding care she received from UT Physicians. (Photo credit Leslie Barnings-Joyce)
AAOS Now, Nov 2017, Dr. Gauvain helping with Harvey floods.