Specialties & Interests


Arm, Elbow, Hand and Wrist, Hip, Knee, Shoulder


Arthritis, Arthroscopic Surgery, Deformity, Joint Replacement, Sports Medicine, Trauma/Fractures

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My approach to treating patients

From your very first visit, I will make a conscientious effort to establish a warm, friendly rapport with you. I will do my best to develop a partnership with all of my patients. On my part, this begins with listening - exploring how the physical problem affects your daily life. We develop a dialogue through which you will understand the diagnostic process, your own unique problem, all possible treatment choices and the recovery process. As a patient, you will help to direct the diagnostic and treatment activities.

I treat each and every patient visit with care and proficiency. It is also highly important to me that our doctor/patient relationship is open and honest. It is my responsibility to make sure you're well informed about your condition(s) and the multiple choices of treatment. I believe in a collaborative relationship with all of my patients.

I have been well-trained in orthopaedic trauma and fracture care, joint replacement surgery and arthoscopy from my residency at Boston University. During this period, I spent time at the Shriner's Hospital where I was able to visit outreach clinics in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. I plan to visit under-privileged countries again in the future.

My last year of training was spent in Philadelphia at the oldest and one of the most established hand surgery fellowships in the country - The Philadelphia Hand Center and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. I had the opportunity to work with a number of well-renowned upper extremity surgeons who are on the cutting edge of hand surgery. My extensive training also lead me to care for professional athletes from the Philadelphia 76ers, Eagles and Phillies.

I am currently Board Certified with the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and have a Certificate of Added Qualification for Surgery of the Hand.

Overall, I feel that I am conservative in the treatment of my patients. I typically try to maximize non-surgical methods of treatment for my patients prior to recommending surgical treatment. For the hand, these include medication, injections, custom splints and dedicated hand therapy. If these methods do not provide relief, I will discuss all potential surgical options. Please feel free to contact us anytime at (401) 459-4001 in our Providence, RI office with any questions, comments or concerns. We'd love to hear from you!

My specialty includes hand surgery, fractures, carpal tunnel syndrome surgery (CTS), rheumatoid arthritis, Dupuytren's contracture, arthritis of the hand, fingers, wrist, elbow and shoulder, arthroscopy and sports medicine.

Providence Hand Surgery, Providence Hand Surgeon, Rhode Island (RI) Hand Surgery

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Contact Information

Foundry Orthopedics & Sports Medicine 285 Promenade Street Providence, RI USA 02908 View map Phone 401-459-4001 Fax 401-459-4010

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