ausing your finger not to straighten, listen to Summit Orthopedics’ expert Edward Su, MD share some of the reasons why that might be.
Dr. Edward Su’s Approach to Care
“Driving, cooking, bathing, using tools, computers, and playing sports. We interact with the world largely through our hands, and I appreciate the importance of staying active and pain free.”
Education and background
After completing his undergraduate studies at Harvard University in Boston, Massachusetts, Dr. Su moved to New York, New York, where he earned his Medical Degree at the New York School of Medicine, and later completed his Orthopedic Surgery residency at the Hospital for Joint Diseases. He also completed fellowship training for Hand and Upper Extremities at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.
Dr. Su was awarded Minnesota Monthly’s Top Doctor award in 2017 for his superior care.
Video library featuring Dr. Edward Su:
Insights for parents from Dr. Su:
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- Get an answer: How Long Should My Child Stay In A Car Seat?
Harvard University — Boston, MA
New York School of Medicine — New York, NY
Hospital for Joint Diseases — New York, NY
Hand and Upper Extremities
University of Florida — Gainesville, FL
- American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)
- American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH)
Dr. Su enjoys running, snowboarding, traveling, and cars.
- Reconstructive and endoscopic surgery
- Sports-related injuries
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