Director, Joint Preservation Division, Campus Surgery Center in Daly City, CA
USC Keck School of Medicine
Joint Replacement, Rotator Cuff Repair, Minimally Invasive Arthroscopic Surgery, Sports Injuries
Paul Eliot Hughes M.D. is Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery. Dr. Hughes holds faculty appointments at Mills- Peninsula Hospital in San Mateo and Burlingame, Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City, and Campus Surgery Center in Daly City, California.
Dr. Hughes holds an undergraduate degree in Physics from UCLA where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Distinction as First in his Class. He attended medical school at USC Keck School of Medicine where he served as Student Body President. He completed his Orthopedic Surgery training in Washington D.C. where he was Chief Resident at George Washington University Medical School. Dr. Hughes was awarded the top research paper by The Washington D.C. Orthopedic Society. Dr. Hughes received additional fellowship training in Sports Medicine at one of the leading medical centers and teaching institutions in the country, Washington University, in St. Louis, Missouri. It was here that he was Team Physician for The St. Louis Rams, National Football League, The Blues, National Hockey League and The St.Louis Cardinals, Major League Baseball Association.
Dr. Hughes became double boarded in 2009 and is one of few orthopedic surgeons in the bay area that is board certified in Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine. Dr. Hughes provides his patients with an unparalleled expertise in minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery of the hip, shoulder, knee, ankle, elbow and wrist. He is at the forefront in early-diagnosis and non-operative for effective hip pain treatment and has helped many patients live pain free without surgery. Dr. Hughes has instructed other surgeons on hip replacement and hip arthroscopy surgery and computer assisted surgical techniques.
More recently, Dr. Hughes is involved in the research and development of medical devices. He also serves in an advisory capacity to the news media, The College of San Mateo, and several medically oriented companies. Dr. Hughes is a consultant for Conformis. Dr. Hughes remains a lifetime member of the USC Honor Society. Like many philanthropists in the medical field, Dr. Hughes makes time to volunteer for the underserved and less fortunate. Dr. Hughes is an active member of Operation Access and community advocacy of the uninsured. He has been known to make local house calls to 100 year old patients and special needs children as young as 6. Doctor Hughes international surgeries have increased taking him to Australia in 2012 and Hong Kong in 2013.
Dr. Hughes has published numerous scientific articles in sports medicine and orthopedic journals on preventing childhood sports injuries and is a frequently invited presenter at sports medicine and orthopedic meetings. Dr. Hughes is committed to quality care, patient education, injury prevention, joint preservation, and patient wellness. He works with each patient to establish an individualized treatment plan for joint preservation, and sees his patients personally at every appointment to ensure continuity and quality of care.