Dr. Metz is a board certified, fellowship trained Orthopedic Hand surgeon. He received his medical degree and completed an Orthopedic surgical residency at Indiana University School of Medicine. He continued his medical training with a Hand and Upper Extremity fellowship at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center- Hamot in Erie, PA.
His clinical practice focus includes adult and pediatric hand disorders, such as fractures, nerve disorders, arthritis, and Dupuytren’s disease. He is also interested in endoscopic nerve decompression and arthroscopic surgery for the elbow, wrist, and hand. He has written chapters on pediatric finger injuries as well as adult tendon transfers for orthopaedic text-books. Dr. Metz’s goal is to provide an individualized treatment plan, expedited care, and a multidisciplinary approach in order to get patients back to enjoying life as quickly as possible.
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