George Zoys M.D. was born and raised in Dallas. He graduated valedictorian from Bishop Dunne High School and attended Austin college. Dr. Zoys received his degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio where he distinguished himself by being elected to Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor Society. He subsequently received the Charles Rockwood award for excellence in orthopedics. Dr. Zoys accepted a sports medicine fellowship in Australia, where he participated in the orthopedic coverage of the Sydney 2000 Olympic games. He is a nine-time winner of the "Best Doctors in Dallas " award by D magazine .
Orthopedic fellowships : Australian Institute of Musculoskeletal Research (fellowships and sports medicine, shoulder, and foot & ankle) August 2000 through July 2001
Orthopedic residency; University of Texas Health Science Ctr., San Antonio, TX June 1995 through July 2000
M.D., University of Texas Health Science Ctr., San Antonio, TX, August 1991 through May 1995
BA, Austin college Major; chemistry August 1987 through May 1991
Orthopedic fellowship; Australian Institute of Musculoskeletal Research
American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons Board Certification
Alamo Orthopedic Association