Doctors Specializing in Hand and Plastic Surgery

Douglas T. Cromack, M.D. (UT Medicine, Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans Hosptial(VA), UH Trauma Clinic)
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Fred G. Corley, M.D. (UT Medicine, Texas Diabetes Institute & UH Trauma Clinic)
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All Orthopaedic Clinic Locations

MARC - UT Medicine Click for information

Audie L. Murphy Memorial Verterans Hospital (VA) Click for information

UH Trauma Clinic Click for information

Texas Diabetes Institute Click for information

UT Kids - Pediatric Orthopaedics (Robert B Green Campus - Downtown)   Click for information

UT Cancer Therapy and Research Center  Click for information

Ruthe B. Cowl Rehabilitation Center, Laredo, TX  Click for information

Areas of Specialization - Hand and plastic surgery

What do hand surgeons do?

Hand surgery is the field of medicine that deals with problems of the hand, wrist, and forearm. Hand surgeons care for these problems with and without surgery. They are specially trained to operate when necessary. Many hand surgeons are also experts in diagnosing and caring for shoulder and elbow problems.  Their main goal is goal is to see their patients return to the quality of life they had before their injury or problem.

Hand surgeons are orthopaedic, plastic, or general surgeons who have additional training in surgery of the hand. To become members of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, hand surgeons must take a full year of additional training and must pass a rigorous certifying examination.

Some hand surgeons treat only children, some treat only adults, and some treat both. Because many hand surgeons devote most of their time to examining, treating and studying the hand, they are specialists in hand care.

hand surgery

Why visit a hand surgeon?

When a problem takes place in the hand, care must be given to all the different types of tissues that make function of the hand possible.

Not every visit to a hand surgeon results in hand surgery.

Hand surgeons often recommend non-surgical treatment options to assist you. Sometimes, they may refer you to a hand therapist for more treatment.

Hand surgeons are specialists in hand care.

If you have pain in your fingers, hand, wrist or arm, or have other upper-extremity related concerns, you may want to consult a hand surgeon.

Examples of conditions treated by a hand surgeon are:

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Wrist pain

Cuts on the fingers and hand

Sports injuries to the hand and wrist

Creating fingers from toes and other joints

 

 

Orthopaedic Hand / Microvascular

 

 

Dr. Cromack, MD

Doug Cromack, MD

Dr. Fred Corley, MD

Fred Corley, MD

Ramesh Srinivasan, MD

Ramesh Srinivasan, MD

 

 


 

 

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