Felipe Villanueva is a specialist in orthotics and prosthetics who cares for patients with a need for such devices as a result of injury or illness. He evaluates those referred as outpatients and those receiving treatment in the hospital in order to design and fit prostheses or orthoses according to each patient's unique condition and treatment plan. As a clinical lead for prosthetic and orthotic services at UCSF, he mentors residents and provides support to fellow caregivers and the athletic training team.
Villanueva earned a bachelor of science degree in orthotics and prosthetics from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School.
Originally from Texas, Villanueva has immersed himself in the diverse culture of the Bay Area.
UCSF, Orthotics, 2003
UCSF, Prosthetics, 2004