After earning a BS in Chemical Engineering and Biochemistry from the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, Dr. Scott received his medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He met his wife there when they were partners in anatomy lab.
After two years in general surgery at the University of Maryland Medical Center, he spent a year performing research in the university’s Department of Orthopedics. He went on to an orthopedic residency at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-Robert Wood Johnson, where he provided orthopedic care for Rutgers University and local high school sports teams. In 2012, he completed a hand and microvascular fellowship at the Hand and Shoulder Center of Western New York at SUNY-Buffalo.
Dr. Scott was drawn to the field of orthopedics because of the dramatic impact that surgery can have on a patient’s quality of life.
He chose to specialize in treating hands because of the variety of cases and conditions involved and the intense understanding of biology and physics required to appreciate hand function and its disease pathophysiology.
Dr. Scott specializes in treating traumatic injuries such as fractures, restoring ruptured tendons, and treating nerve and blood vessel injuries. He also takes great joy in treating very common problems such as carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger, and thumb arthritis.
Dr. Scott and his wife Mina live in Fairfax with their children, Tre and Marie Alice. His many interests outside of work include basketball, bowling, biking, softball, tennis, golf, and chess.