Raleigh Hand to Shoulder Center doctors are hand surgeons and orthopedic specialists. They are all board-certified in orthopedic surgery and have additional fellowship training in hand and upper extremity care. They take care of patients of all ages who have problems with their hands, wrists, elbows, and shoulders. They work closely with certified hand therapists (CHT) and physical therapy (PT) in the office to get the best results for their patients. The doctors use the best treatments available to help patients achieve their goals. Whether patients want to relieve pain, recover from an injury, or return to the physical activities they love, the doctors and therapists are here to improve quality of life.
Raleigh Hand to Shoulder doctors are well respected in the Wake County medical community and are among the best hand surgeons and top doctors in the area. The practice has been recognized for its high value to patients: high-quality care at a lower cost. The doctors organize a weekly teaching conference for UNC orthopedic doctors in training at WakeMed Hospital. In addition, they attend regional and national conferences to keep informed of the latest and best treatment options in hand and upper extremity care. Patients can trust they are getting the best treatment possible at Raleigh Hand to Shoulder Center.
The orthopedic doctors are experts in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist fractures, elbow tendonitis, rotator cuff tears, and many other conditions of the hand and arm. Not only are the physicians and therapists among the best trained in their field, they are also known for their compassion and excellent patient care. Throughout the treatment process — including before and after surgery — patients are evaluated only by the doctors and therapists in the practice. They provide personalized care without the assistance of mid-level providers, such as PAs or nurse practitioners.
Raleigh Hand to Shoulder Center strives for high-quality, compassionate healthcare and is one of the few independent, community-based orthopedic practices in the area. They are all members of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand.