The specialty of hand surgery developed during World War II. Battle-induced injuries to bones, joints, nerves and arteries required expertise from several surgical disciplines.
Today hand surgery remains a convergence of general, plastic and orthopaedic surgery. With residencies in general surgery and plastic surgery and an orthopaedic hand surgery fellowship, Dr. Adams is well versed in this intricate field.
Below you will find links to specific information on some of the most common conditions. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our office at 505.327.1754.