Orthopedic Surgeon with Fellowship Training in Hand Surgery
Dr. Craig Williams is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon with a subspecialty certification in hand surgery. He provides care for traumatic, degenerative, arthritic, and pediatric conditions of the elbow, forearm, wrist, and hand. Dr. Williams also treats compressive neuropathies and performs post-traumatic reconstruction. He provides advanced treatments, including arthroscopy of the wrist, the use of platelet rich plasma to treat tennis elbow and the use of the medication Xiaflex as a non-surgical alternative for treatment of Dupuytren’s disease.
Dr. Williams is a member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand and the New Millennium Hand Study Group. He is a cyclist and plays hockey weekly. His enjoyment of these activities gives him an added appreciation of the importance of healthy hand and arm function and helps fuel his determination to improve his patients’ conditions.
My practice philosophy is to evaluate each patient individually, and to understand their unique needs and concerns. I believe it is essential for me to educate my patients regarding their disease process, as well as the rationale behind available treatment options. Together with each patient I seek to establish a treatment plan which meets their specific needs.
IBJI providers are participating providers in the following workers’ compensation Preferred Provider Programs (PPP):
Hand Surgery Without Any Scars: David F’s Story
Dr. Williams is a PHENOMENAL hand surgeon. I had to have two operations 11 months apart. His work was brilliant, perfect, and I have NO scarring at all…read more
“Dr. Williams is a competent, compassionate provider. He took his time to understand and accommodate. I would consider no other hand specialist! I sincerely thank him and his staff.”
Dr. Craig Williams is an excellent physician who makes you feel very comfortable with his patient interaction and treatment. I would highly recommend him to anyone.”