Meet Dr. Harrison Kay
Dr. Harrison Kay is an orthopaedic surgeon in Austin, TX who specializes in hand, wrist, and elbow surgery. He and his team provide evidence-based care ranging from conservative treatments to the most cutting-edge surgical techniques, with the ultimate goal of restoring function to injured and degenerative hands. Dr. Kay is committed to helping you understand your injury or condition, whether it is carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis, or a complex wrist fracture. By building a relationship with each patient, Dr. Kay hopes to provide comprehensive and personalized treatment plans to help return patients to safely to their desired activities and quality of life.
Outside of the clinic and operating room, Dr. Kay enjoys playing volleyball, cooking, and exploring national parks with his wife, Andi.
Contact Orthopaedic Specialists of Austin, which has offices in Cedar Park, Lampasas, and Austin, TX, to request a consultation.
Dr. Kay received his bachelor of science degree from Stanford University, with a major in biomechanical engineering. He then went on to receive his doctor of medicine degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville, TN. Dr. Kay completed his residency in orthopaedic surgery at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, where he served as administrative chief resident during his fifth year. He then completed the prestigious hand and microsurgery fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis, training under esteemed mentors including Dr. Martin Boyer and Dr. Charles Goldfarb. Dr. Kay has also contributed to the orthopaedic and hand surgery literature, publishing several articles in peer-reviewed journals including the Journal for Bone and Joint Surgery and the Journal of Hand Surgery.