Top Docs '11: Hand Surgery

Posted January 01, 1970

HAND SURGERY

Sarah D. Beshlian, M.D., The Sports Medicine Clinic, 10330 Meridian Ave. N, Suite 300, 206.368.6100, Northwest Hospital and Medical Center; Northwestern University, 1986; arthritis, arthroscopic surgery, carpal tunnel syndrome, fractures

John Buckmiller, M.D., Virginia Mason Seattle Main Clinic, Lindeman Pavilion, 1201 Terry Ave., 206.223.7530, Virginia Mason Medical Center; University of Rochester, 1980; arthritis, hand injuries, nerve disorders/surgery, carpal tunnel syndrome

Douglas P. Hanel, M.D., Harborview Medical Center, 908 Jefferson St., Floor 6, 206.744.8845, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle Children's Hospital; Saint Louis University, 1977; reconstructive microvascular surgery, congenital hand anomaly, elbow reconstruction. See profile on page 84.

Carleton Keck, M.D., Seattle Hand Surgery Group, 600 Broadway, Suite 440, 206.292.6252, Swedish Medical Center; Indiana University, 1981; carpal tunnel syndrome

John Sack, M.D., Seattle Hand Surgery Group, 600 Broadway, Suite 440, 206.292.6252, Swedish Medical Center, Veterans Administration Medical Center; Jefferson Medical College, 1966; trauma, hand reconstruction, Dupuytren’s contracture

Thomas Trumble, M.D., Bellevue Bone and Joint Physicians, 1632 116th Ave. NE, Suite C, Bellevue, 425.462.9800, Overlake Hospital Medical Center; Yale University, 1979; nerve disorders/surgery, upper extremity trauma

Originally published in July 2011