Professor Kyle Eberlin, MD
Kyle Eberlin, MD.
Contemporary Management of the Painful Neuroma.
Dr. Kyle Eberlin is Assistant Professor of Surgery and Program Director, Harvard Plastic Surgery Residency Program. He is also Associate Program Director, MGH Hand Surgery Fellowship.
Dr. Eberlin completed residency training in the Harvard Integrated Plastic Surgery Program. Dr. Eberlin completed subspecialty hand surgery and microsurgery training in the Orthopaedic Hand Surgery Fellowship at MGH before joining the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He currently serves as the Associate Director of the MGH Hand Surgery Fellowship and the Associate Director of the Harvard Plastic Surgery Residency Program.
In 2017, Dr. Eberlin was awarded the Julian Pribaz Teaching award given to one surgeon within the Harvard Plastic Surgery Training Program. He was selected as the American Society for Surgery of the Hand's 2018-2019 Plastic Surgery Visiting Professor, and was recently chosen as the American Society for Peripheral Nerve Traveling Fellow for 2020 given his contributions to peripheral nerve surgery and the surgical management of symptomatic neuromas.
His web page can be accessed here.