Nhi Manh Huynh is a Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon working in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam who specializes in the supracondylar fracture of the humerus in children (closed reduction and percutaneous pinning, average 100 cases/year since 1997), treating the clubfoot deformity using the Ponseti method (nearly 500 cases to date), pediatric spine surgery (tuberculosis and scoliosis), and clinical education.
Dr. Huynh studied at the University Of Pharmacy & Medicine Of Ho Chi Minh City and is now a member of the Pediatric Orthopedic Society of Ho Chi Minh City, the Ho Chi Minh Orthopedic Society, the Vietnam Orthopedic Society, and the Spine Society of Ho Chi Minh City. He is also the Medical Director for the Vietnam Clubfoot Program: a partnership between the Vietnam Ministry Of Labor Invalids & Social Affairs and Mobility Outreach International (formerly Prosthetics Outreach Foundation), which is a registered American NGO in Vietnam. Dr. Huynh joined HELP as an Advisory Board member in 2014.
1999: Observership in Pediatric Orthopedics with Dr Kaye E. Wilkins in San Antonio, USA, 3 months
2004-2005: FFI (Faisant Fonction Interne) in General Orthopedics in Haguenau, France, 12 months
2007: Scholarship for attending Annual POSNA meeting in Hollywood City, Florida, USA
2008: Junior Travelling Fellowship of ASEAN Orthopedics Association, 5 weeks.
2009: Ponseti training in Iowa, USA with Drs. Ignacio Ponseti and Jose Morcuende, 2 months
2010: Poster Presentation on K-wire fixation for treatment of Medial Epicondylar Fractures in Children, Japanese Pediatric Orthopedic Society meeting in Tokushima, Japan
2012: 2nd International Symposium on Ponseti method, Iowa City, USA
2013: Speaker on “Supracondylar Humerus fracture in children” in 60th Continuing Orthopaedic Education, Bali, Indonesia
2014: 3rd International Symposium on Ponseti method, Barcelona, Spain