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Hi, I’m Dr. Paul Norio Morton.
I was raised in Kea’au on the Big Island. While attending college in Ohio, I was also a volunteer firefighter. The feeling I got when helping in rescue operations convinced me that I wanted to become a doctor. My love of sports, helping people, and technology have come together in my Orthopedic Practice at the Queen’s Medical Center.
I specialize in hips and knees and am the first Orthopedic Surgeon in Hawai’i who is Fellowship-trained in Robotic joint Replacement. Some of my patients have even nicknamed me “The Robot Doc.” I believe robotic surgery is more precise, less invasive has fewer complications, and will get you back out there feeling pain-free faster.
And although I use the latest technology, I still believe in good, old-fashioned, friendly, and personalized care.
If you’re having issues with your hips or knees, please give me a call today. Let’s find the best solution for you and get you back to being active, again!
Mahalo for entrusting me with your care,
Dr. Paul N. Morton, MD Provides In-Patient Orthopedic Surgical Services, Trauma Coverage and Operates at Multiple Hospitals in the State of Hawaii on Oahu and the Big Island.
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