Overview

Hand, Upper Extremity and Microsurgery Fellowship at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix offers a 12-month program in the management of acute hand and upper extremity trauma, reconstructive upper extremity problems, congenital deformities and all aspects of microsurgery, including: replantation, reconstructive surgery, free tissue transfers and microneuropathy.

The faculty — led by Scott Edwards, MD, of the CORE Institute — is comprised of 13 talented leaders in their respective fields, covering all disciplines pertaining to the upper extremity: hand/wrist surgery, shoulder/elbow surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, pediatric and congenital hand surgery, as well as musculoskeletal oncology.