It is an honor to be given the responsibility and privilege of taking care of my patients. My philosophy in approaching any patient begins with a single, fundamental premise - that one must always listen to what the patient is saying. I look forward to every interaction with all of my patients because I recognize that each person brings with him/herself highly unique and interesting problems that require a thoughtful, personalized solution.
The hand is a beautifully complicated and fascinating structure. It elegantly acts as our interface with our world. It allows us to interact as human beings. As a physician and surgeon with specialized training and expertise in the hand and arm, I employ both non-surgical and surgical treatments to address the symptoms that can arise from abnormal function.
Very few can honestly say this, but I consider myself one of the lucky few who can freely admit that I love my job.