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Meet Our Providers: Holman Chan, M.D.

At Nevada Orthopedic & Spine Center, all of our Orthopedic Surgeons are board certified and fellowship trained in their respective specialties. We offer quality health care you can trust. As a patient, it is important to learn about the orthopedic surgeon that you are visiting at our office.

Join us for our new blog series, “Meet Our Providers” to learn more about our providers and their specialties.


Request an appointment with Holman Chan, M.D. or call 702-258-3773

Holman Chan, M.D. joined Nevada Orthopedic & Spine Center in 2013. Dr. Chan specializes in lower extremity disorders, including traumaticand acquired deformities of the foot and ankle. Dr. Chan holds expertise in arthroscopic procedures of the lower extremities and surgery in general orthopedics.

Dr. Chan received a Bachelor of Science in 2002 from The University of British Columbia, Vancouver. Dr. Chan attended The University of Alberta, Edmonton where he received a Doctor in Medicine in 2006. Dr. Chan completed his Surgical Internship and Residency in Orthopedic Surgery at The University of Alberta, Edmonton in 2011 holding the distinction of Chief

Resident, Orthopaedic Surgery. In 2011, under John Gorczyca, M.D., Dr. Chan completed an Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship at Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY. He then completed a second fellowship under Steven Weinfeld, M.D. in Foot and Ankle at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City, NY.

Holman Chan, M.D. was born in Vancouver, Canada.

Request an appointment with Holman Chan, M.D. or call 702-258-3773.

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