Charles T. Resnick, M.D.
|Charles T. Resnick, M.D.
Charles T. Resnick, M.D. is a Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon and Hand Surgeon and is dedicated to providing his patients with personalized, comprehensive orthopaedic and rehabilitation care. Dr. Resnick is at the forefront of orthopaedic surgery and brings to his patients the most up-to-date treatments and surgical techniques. Our goal is to provide you with the highest quality in orthopaedic care to patients of the Greater Los Angeles area. Dr. Resnick specializes in treating comprehensive orthopaedic conditions.
Dr. Resnick treats nerve problems, tendon injuries, nail bed injuries, fingertip amputations, animal bites, hand or finger infections, lacerations that cause nerve or tendon injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, de QuerVains tendonitis, ganglion cysts, tumors, trigger digits, arthritis , osteoarthritis, wrist and hand pain, repairing complicated fractures of shoulder, forearm, elbow, hand and wrist, crush injuries, impaction injuries, and burns. In addition, his extensive training and expertise in microsurgery allows him to perform the most difficult operations, such as reconnecting the tiny nerves or blood vessels in the fingers.
- Colgate University Hamilton, New York 13346-1397 Graduated 1973 – Bachelor of Arts Major- Chemistry
- University Of Southern California School of Medicine Los Angeles, California, 90033 Graduated 1977- Doctor of Medicine
- Los Angeles County-University of Southern California Medical Center Los Angeles, California 90033 June 1977- June 1978 Internal Medicine
- Los Angeles County-University of Southern California Medical Center Los Angeles, California 90033 July 1978- June 1982 Service: Orthopaedic Surgery Chiefs: J. Paul Harvey, M.D. and Augusto Sarmiento, M.D.
- Hand Surgery Offices of: Joseph H. Boyes, M.D. Herbert H. Stark, M.D. Charles R. Ashworth, M.D. Norman P. Zemel, M.D. Thomas A. Rickard, M.D. Dale Anderson, M.D.
- Previous Address 2400 South Hope Street Los Angeles, California 90007 July 1982- June 1983
- Current Address Director of Joseph H. Foundation LAC-USC Medical Center 2025 Zonal Avenue GNH 3900 Los Angeles, California 90089-9312
- The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Honors and Affiliations
- Honors: Phi Beta Kappa - Colgate University 1973
Association Memberships/Society Memberships
- Los Angeles County Medical Association May 1983
- California Medical Association May 1983
- American Medical Association May 1983
- American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery July 1985
- American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Fellow- 1987
- Western Orthopaedic Association Member 1988
- American College of Surgeons Fellow - 1989
- American College of Surgeons Southern California Chapter Member- 1989
- American Society for Surgery of the Hand Member-1990
- California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery Member 1991
- American Association For Hand Surgery Member 1993
- Los Angeles Hand Club Charter Member 1994
- Los Angeles County Bar Association Healthcare Law section Member 1995
- Los Angeles County-University of Southern California Medical Center Alumni Association
- Board of Directors of the Society Graduate Orthopaedic Surgeons (SOGOS)
- (Former) Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery of the University of Southern California School of Medicine Los Angeles, California
Hospital Staff Privileges
- Methodist Hospital of Arcadia
- Huntington Memorial Hospital April 1997 to present
- Huntington Outpatient Surgery Center August 1996 to present
- Los Angeles County Medical Association Committee on Insurance Review- inactive
- Orthopaedic Hospital Pediatric Neurological Program –Los Angeles, California
- Physician Review Advisor Beech Street of California, Inc. – Irvine, California (1996)
- American Society for Surgery of the Hand 1996 Masters in Hand Surgery Program: Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release
- “Effect of Angular Fracture Deformities of the Tibia on the Ankle Joint,” Resnick, C.T., M.D. Tarr, R.R., M.S., and Sarmiento, A., M.D., Transactions of the Orthopaedic Research Society, 8:225, 1983.
- “The Effect of Simulated Tibial Deformities on the Ankle Joint During the Gait Cycle,” Wagner, K.S., M.D., Tarr, R.R.,M.S., Resnick, C.T.,M.D. and Sarmiento, A., M.D., Foot and Ankle, 1984 Nov-Dec; 5(3), pp. 131-141.
- “Synovectomy of the Elbow in Rheumatoid Arthritis,” Brumfield, R.H., M.D., and Resnick, C.T., M.D., Journal of bone and Joint Surgery, 67A, Jan. 1985, pp 6-20.
- “Changes in the Tibiotalar Joint Contact Areas Following Experimentally-Induced Tibial Angular Deformities,” Tarr, R.R., M.S., Wagner, K. S., M.D., Sarmiento, A., M.D., Resnick, C.T., M.D., Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, number 199, October, 1985, pp.72-80.
- “The Role of Subtalar Motion and Ankle Contact pressure Changes from Angular Deformities of the Tibia,” Ting, A.J., Tarr, R.R., Sarmiento, A., Wagner, K., Resnick, C.T., Foot and Ankle, 1987 Apr; 7 (5): pp. 200-299.
- “Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel release Using the Subligamentous Two-Portal Technique, “ Resnick, C.T., M.D. and Miller, B. W., M.D., Contemporary Orthopaedics, March, 1991, pp. 269-277.
- “Endoscopic Release of the Carpal Tunnel, The Subligamentous Two Portal Technique,” Resnick, C.T., M.D., and Miller, B.W., M.D., Orthopaedic Transactions, Volume 16, Number 2, Summer 1992, p.347.
- 1996 Video Publication: At Issue in Orthopaedics: “ Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Endoscopic versus Open Release, “ VHS, Sponsored by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Panel participants/Faculty: Robert G. Chuinard, M.D., ( Moderator), William P. Cooney, M.D., Charles T. Resnick, M.D., and Barry P. Simmons, M.D., Chicago, Illinois.