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The Prestigious Hand Center at Santa Rosa Orthopaedics Welcomes Dr. Dominic J. Mintalucci
Date:9/29/2013

s a response from a lack of local treatments for a rising national health concern. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), there are approximately 2,500 hand surgeons in the U.S., which represents less than 11 percent of the country’s orthopedists. As Americans increase in age, maintain active lifestyles and increase their use of mobile devices and computers, there is a significant increase in hand injuries and chronic conditions. SRO’s Hand Center responds with the latest in orthopaedic technology and a synergy between the technology and a collaborative relationship between the patient, physicians, therapists and professional staff in order to ensure a full recovery.

The Hand Center at SRO, led by the renowned Kai-Uwe Mazur is the only hand center in the north bay that has orthopaedic surgeons who have fellowship trained in hand and upper body extremity surgery. The hand center at SRO provides patients with state-of-the-art medical care in a comprehensive and supportive environment. The SRO treatment model focuses on diagnostics and meticulous surgical details as well as a carefully monitored post-surgical rehabilitation and recovery process.

The Hand Center’s surgeons and in-house certified hand therapists consult together on cases to assure quality of care and deliver successful results for patients. This personalized, collaborative approach incorporates on-site diagnostic x-ray, MRI services as well as SRO’s fully automated and HIPAA-compliant electronic records system that works to achieve the highest level of patient recovery.

At SRO, Dr. Mintalucci plays an integral role in a team of 9 multi-specialist orthopedic surgeons, and experienced physical and occupational therapists. In its’ efforts to bring the best outcomes to patients, SRO has set the model for exceptional orthopedic care for over 60 years. SRO
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