Orthopedic Surgeon offers “Hands on” advice for common hand and wrist issues at Greenwich Hospital SeminarHand and Wrist
On Thursday, November 15th at 6:30 p.m., orthopedic surgeon and hand and wrist specialist Dr. Mark Vitale will present a talk at Greenwich Hospital; “Hands On”, Common hand conditions and their solutions.
A presentation and discussion on conditions of the hand and wrist will include information on carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis of the fingers and wrist, trigger finger, common forms of tendonitis of the wrist and Dupyutren’s contractures of the fingers. The talk will also offer information on common misconceptions as well as treatments for these maladies which affect millions of people each year in the US.
After graduating Tufts University, Dr. Vitale earned a doctorate in medicine and a master’s in public health from Columbia University. He completed his residency training in orthopedic surgery at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, where also he served as chief resident. He received fellowship training in hand surgery at the Mayo Clinic and was recognized as the Alice D. Jensen fellow in hand surgery.
Dr. Vitale has been a leader in orthopedic and hand surgery research over his career having published more than 20 peer-reviewed scientific papers, and authored book chapters and invited articles. He has given numerous scientific presentations at national and international conferences. For more information about Dr. Vitale and a list of published research, click here. For appointments, call ONS at 203-869-1145.