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New York Hand Surgery: A Full Spectrum of Treatment Options

A Broader Range of Surgical Options Means a More Personalized Treatment Plan

Are you in pursuit of advanced, effective hand surgery in New York?

Finding an orthopaedic practice that provides the specific type of hand treatment you need often means being referred from one office to the next to meet with one hand specialist after another. At Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, our practice is built around a different model of care. We are proud to feature diverse medical resources and expert teams of specialists that can treat hand injuries and conditions of all types. In other words, we can offer our patients a full range of treatment options.

Your hand condition likely is causing painful symptoms already. The last thing hand patients need is to deal with the headaches of referrals and cross-city appointments.

Specialty Care For Every Type of Hand Condition

At Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, our team of orthopaedic hand surgeons features diverse sub-specializations. Whatever condition you may be affected by (from arthritis to tendonitis), we can pair you with a physician who is perfectly equipped to guide you through diagnosis, treatment, and recovery with unmatched precision and expertise.

Among the hand and wrist conditions treated at Rothman Orthopaedic Institute are the following:

Following your diagnosis, our Hand and Wrist team can compose a personalized treatment plan for you. This plan may involve non-operative treatments and therapies. If your condition is much more severe, or if non-operative care has proven insufficient, you will typically be recommended to pursue a surgical solution.

Diverse Treatment Options

Hand patients who have been advised to undergo a surgical operation for their condition can find the treatments they need from our Hand and Wrist surgeons and physicians. Surgical treatment options featured at Rothman Orthopaedic Institute include:

A diverse range of treatment options means that each patient’s treatment plan is uniquely suited to address their symptoms effectively and restore their orthopaedic hand health. Rather than a generalized, one-size-fits-all approach to care, your treatment regimen will be personalized with the exact combination of comprehensive treatments and therapies you need. More often than not, specific, patient-focused care leads to full, successful recoveries.

Elite Surgical Expertise

What enables Rothman Orthopaedic Institute to offer such a diverse spectrum of advanced hand and wrist surgical treatments? It’s all because of the unmatched training and experience of our Hand and Wrist specialty team.

Each of our Hand and Wrist surgeons is fellowship-trained. In addition to standard medical school and their residencies, each surgeon takes part in elite sub-specialization and skill attainment programs known as fellowships. Our team of specialists features over 50 years of collective clinical experience. In total, we perform over 7,500 procedures annually. The end result of this training and experience is an unparalleled level of expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of orthopaedic hand and wrist conditions.

New York Hand Surgery: Schedule an Appointment

Rothman Orthopaedic Institute is proud to have expanded into the New York region in recent years. Our renowned hand surgeons and an extensive range of advanced New York hand surgeries ensure that patients experience the most positive treatment processes and successful recoveries possible. To learn more about your surgical treatment options or to schedule an appointment with one of our hand specialists, please visit us here or contact us at 1-800-321-9999.

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