Brigham K. Au, M.D., specializes in orthopaedic trauma. He has special interest in pelvic and acetabulum fractures, complex intra-articular fractures, geriatric fractures, periprosthetic fractures, malunions, non-unions, and musculoskeletal infections.
Dr. Au completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Utah in 2005, majoring in Spanish. He attained his medical education and graduated from the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in 2009. He completed his orthopaedic residency at Parkland / UT Southwestern in 2014, followed by a 3 month travelling fellowship in Norwich, England. In 2015 he finished the Florida Orthopaedic Trauma Institute fellowship, completing another traveling fellowship in Edinburgh, Scotland focusing on ilizarov techniques for complex lower extremity reconstruction for non and malunions.
Dr. Au joined the Orthopaedic Trauma Faculty at Parkland for three years, where he worked on multiple research projects, and gave lectures and presentations at local, national, and international orthopaedic meetings. He co-authored a chapter on pelvic and acetabulum fractures. While at Parkland, he served as the Course Director for the 1st year medical school MSKS course. His most memorable achievement was being given the Charles M. Reinert Award, named after one of his mentors, given annually to a faculty member for resident education.
Currently, Dr. Au is the Orthopeadic Trauma Surgeon at Medical City Arlington.