Eric Wroten, MDPhysician
- Hand Surgery
- Orthopedic Surgery
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital – Philadelphia Hand Center
Internship and Residency
John Peter Smith Hospital
Fort Worth, TX
University of Texas Medical Branch
Doctor of Medicine
University of Texas
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Hospitals Affiliated With
Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth
Plaza Medical Center of Fort Worth
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth
American Academy of Hand Surgery
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
Tarrant County Medical Society
Texas Medical Association
Texas Orthopedic Association
Thomas Jefferson University Hand Club
“Understanding Midcarpal Instability.” Journal of Hand Surgery [Am]. (3):491-8, (2006): Wroten E.S., Lichtman D.M.
“Foot Progression Angle After Distal Tibia Physeal Fractures.” Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics Volume 22, Number1, pp 31-35, (2002): Wroten E., Phan V.C., Yngve D.A.
“Midcarpal Instability.” The Wrist: Diagnosis and Operative treatment 2nd edition, (2010): Wroten E.S., Lichtman D.M.
“Arthroscopy and Midcarpal Instability.” Techniques in Wrist and Hand Arthroscopy, Churchill Livingston. 2nd edition, (2007): Wroten E.S., Culp R.
“Ulnar Sided Wrist Pain.” Emedicine (2008): Wroten E.S., Lichtman D.M.
Outside of his practice, Dr. Wroten enjoys spending time with his wife, Cynda, and their two sons. He also enjoys bow hunting, fishing, and golf.
Dr. Eric Wroten is a Fort Worth–based orthopedic surgeon. His philosophy is to treat patients as though they are members of his family. He believes in employing non-operative treatment consisting of patient education, therapy, medications, splints, or injections before considering surgery. When surgery is indicated he educates his patients about the procedures available and together they decide what surgery will provide them with the best results.
After acquiring his undergrad degree from the University of Texas, Austin, Dr. Wroten received his medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. He completed his residency in orthopedic surgery through the Fort Worth Affiliated Hospitals Orthopedic Residency Program at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas. Dr. Wroten spent additional time studying hand, wrist, elbow and upper extremity surgery at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Wroten returned to his hometown of Fort Worth in 2006 to begin the Fort Worth Hand Center. Dr. Wroten’s practice focuses on the hand, wrist, arm and elbow. He enjoys seeing everything from sports injuries and joint replacement to chronic conditions, age-related complications, and trauma.
Dr. Wroten is proud to have treated Olympic, collegiate and professional athletes from across the country. Dr. Wroten has been invited to present his clinical experience to his peers and physicians-in-training. He has contributed several peer-reviewed scientific articles and textbook chapters to medical literature during the past decade. Dr. Wroten has delivered several lectures and presentations nationally and internationally.