A medical surgeon is a physician who specializes in performing surgeries to treat injuries, diseases, and deformities. They are trained in diagnosing conditions that require surgical interventions and performing operations using various surgical techniques. Medical surgeons may specialize in a particular area of surgery, such as cardiovascular, orthopedic, neurological, or pediatric surgery.
They work in hospitals, clinics, and private practices and collaborate with other healthcare professionals to provide comprehensive patient care. Medical surgeons must complete extensive education and training, including medical school, residency, and fellowship programs, and obtain board certification in their area of specialization.« Back to Glossary Index