OrthoSouth has welcomed Dr. Peter Henning as its newest upper extremity orthopedic surgeon. He will see patients at the group's clinics in Memphis (Briarcrest Ave. location), Germantown, and Southaven, MS.
Dr. Henning returns to the Memphis area, where he completed his Orthopaedic Surgery Residency through UT Health Science Center, after the completion of his Orthopaedic Hand Fellowship with Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center in Indianapolis, IN. He previously earned his B.S. in biomedical sciences from Marquette University and his medical degree from Medical College of Wisconsin, both in Milwaukee, WI.
He has authored a number of research papers on hand issues, including arthritis of the thumb and carpometacarpal arthroplasty (joint replacement).
The OrthoSouth hand and wrist team stands out for its team approach incorporating the expertise of fellowship-trained hand and wrist surgeons with the knowledge and skill of certified hand therapists. Coinciding with the addition of Dr. Henning, the OrthoSouth hand team has also added certified hand therapy at the group's Southaven clinic to better serve North Mississippi patients and provide more convenient access to the group's specialized services.
All the members of the OrthoSouth hand and wrist surgery team are specially trained, experienced, and skilled in hand and wrist diagnoses, treatment and surgery. In addition to their extensive residency training, each orthopedic hand surgeon has undergone advanced sub-specialty training and acquisition of skills in programs known as fellowships. These qualified hand and wrist surgeons provide each patient with superior knowledge and expertise in the area of hand surgery.
To learn more about the OrthoSouth hand and wrist team, visit us at https://orthosouth.org/hand-wrist/.