Texas Children's Hospital - West Campus
18200 Katy Freeway, 5th Floor
Houston, TX 77094
Bryce Bell, MD
Bryce Bell, MD specializes in treating disorders of the upper extremity. He believes in engaging both patients and their families to develop a comprehensive plan of care that takes into consideration the overall health, development, and well-being of the child. Critical to this mission is the involvement of a whole team of professionals to help maximize function and development throughout childhood and adolescence. He has a particular interest in congenital hand differences, traumatic upper extremity injuries, cerebral palsy, brachial plexus palsy, and arthrogryposis/amyoplasia.
Dr. Bell graduated summa cum laude from Texas Christian University. He then completed medical school and an Orthopedic Surgery residency at Baylor College of Medicine. He went on to complete fellowships at the Medical College of Wisconsin and Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Hand and Pediatric Upper Extremity Surgery, respectively.
Clinical Interests Congenital differences of the hand and upper extremity; Acute and chronic traumatic injuries of the upper extremity; Neonatal brachial plexus palsy; arthrogryposis/amyoplasia; cerebral palsy affecting the upper extremity
Research Interests Congenital upper extremity anomalies, neonatal brachial plexus palsy
Bell B, Yan J, Matloub H. “Primary Treatment of Brachial Plexus Birth Palsy” in Operative Techniques in Plastic Surgery. Philadelphia, PA . Wolters Kluwer. (publication pending).
Bell B, Oishi S, Ezaki M. “Disorders of the Upper Extremity” in Rudolph’s Pediatrics. 23rd ed. New York, NY. McGraw Hill Medical. (publication pending).
Reichel LM, Bell BR, Michnick SM, Reitman CR. Radial Styloid Fractures. Journal of Hand Surgery 2012 Aug; 37(8):1726-41.
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