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Why You Should See a Fellowship Trained Physician

When seeking specialized care for an injury or illness, providers will tell you it is important to seek consult from a Fellowship trained physician. But why are Fellowships important to the physician experience and your…

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Meet Our New Hand Surgeon, Dr. Abbott!

Michigan Surgery Specialists is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Emily Abbott, hand and microvascular surgeon in our Auburn Hills, Shelby Twp and Warren locations! Dr. Abbott specializes in injuries and illnesses of the…

A Fighter’s Nightmare: The Boxer’s Fracture

Boxer’s Fractures are one of the more common and easily diagnosed finger injuries seen in many hand and orthopedic practices. Don’t let the name fool you, this form of trauma is not strictly reserved for…

What You Need to Know About Raynaud’s Disease

Raynaud’s Disease; ever heard of it? It may not be one of the most popular hand conditions but it is certainly an uncomfortable one! In this blog we will be outlining Raynaud’s Syndrome, its symptoms…

Meet Dr. Wurtzel

Dr. Caroline Wurtzel is the newest hand and upper extremity surgeon at Michigan Surgery Specialists, opening our Chelsea location in early June of this year. Dr. Wurtzel comes to us with years of experience practicing…

Tell Signs of Carpal Tunnel

Carpal Tunnel is one of the most well-known hand conditions, with millions of American’s suffering from the disorder every year. There are many articles out there about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and the surgery associated with…

Meet our physicians

Caroline N. Wurtzel, M.D.

Hand Surgery

Ronald Rook

Ronald T. Rook, D.O.

Orthopedics

Jeffery Hall

Jeffrey M. Hall, M.D., FACS

Hand Surgery

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