Dr. PC Ho obtained his medical degree from the University of Hong Kong in 1987. He was admitted as a Fellow of the Hong Kong College of Orthopaedic Surgeons in 1996, and is currently the Chief of Service of the Departments of Orthopaedics & Traumatology at the Prince of Wales Hospital and the Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospital, as well as the Department of Orthopaedic Rehabilitation at the Tai Po Hospital in Hong Kong. He is also the Consultant and Chief of the Division of Hand and Microsurgery, as well as the Training Director of the Department of Orthopaedics & Traumatology at the Prince of Wales Hospital.
is appointed as Clinical Professor
(honorary) of the Faculty of Medicine at the Chinese University of Hong
Kong, and he received the “Ten
Outstanding Young Persons of Hong Kong Award” in 2002 and was the President of the Hong Kong Society
for Surgery of the Hand in 2008-2010. His main research interest is on wrist arthroscopic
surgery. Others include congenital hand differences,
rheumatoid hand, paralytic hand reconstruction and microsurgery. He earned the best
paper awards three times at the annual congresses of the Hong Kong
Orthopaedics Association between 1995-1998, a record to be broken. He is a member of International Wrist
Investigator Workshop (IWIW) since 1999, committee member of European Wrist
Arthroscopy Society (EWAS) since 2006 and deputy editor of
the Journal of Wrist Surgery. He was the Whipple Prizewinner in 2012 for recognition of his distinguished contribution
in wrist arthroscopic surgery worldwide.
In 2015, he was elected as the President of the EWAS. In the same year he founded the Asia Pacific Wrist Association (APWA) together with many experts in the region and was appointed as the founding President. His academic honors included: Overseas Visiting Expert in Orthopaedic Surgery to Singapore in 2012, Moberg Lecturer at the 24th Scandinavian Hand Society Meeting in 2012, Robert A. Chase Visiting Professor to the Stanford University in 2014, Joshi Oration for the Indian Hand Surgery Society in 2015, Honored Professor to the Philadelphia Hand Rehabilitation Foundation in 2017 and as the keynote speaker in numerous national hand surgery societies including Singapore, Japan, Korea, China, Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, India, Argentina, USA, France, Romania and Germany since 2002. He has over 85 publications, delivered 407 international lectures and conducted 86 cadaveric wrist arthroscopy courses in 77 cities of 33 countries worldwide.
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