Aaron G. Grand, M.D.
Yale University Medical School (CT), 1996
Residency, Barnes - Jewish Hospital (MO), 2002
Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh (PA), 2002-2003
Hypnosis Motivation Institute (CA), 2020
Dr. Grand is a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon with a Certificate in the subspecialty of Surgery of the Hand.
He has published numerous articles and as a clinical assistant professor at the University of Pittsburgh, helps to train the next generation of hand surgeons.
He has also enjoyed his time as a visiting reconstructive surgeon and educator with ReSurge International (this should be a link to ReSurge), traveling to LaPaz, Bolivia; Kathmandu, Nepal; and most recently, to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. (Click here for pictures.)
Dr. Grand has been part of the Hand & Shoulder Center since 2004. He graduated from the Yale University School of Medicine in 1996. He then successfully completed a Residency in Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in Saint Louis, where his training included extensive experience in microsurgery and peripheral nerve surgery as well as soft-tissue reconstruction. This was followed by a fellowship in Hand & Upper Extremity Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh. More recently, he achieved the title of Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist.
He is an active member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, the American Association for Hand Surgery, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the Pennsylvania Orthopedic Society, the American Medical Association, the American Society for Clinical Hypnosis, and the Hypnotherapists Union Local 472.
What Patients Say About Dr. Grand
Areas of Particular Interest Include:
- Complex & revision surgery of the wrist and hand
- Fractures of the elbow, wrist, and hand
- Tendon and nerve injuries
- Arthritis of the hand and wrist
- Chronic upper extremity pain
- Acute and chronic nerve injuries
- Dupuytren’s disease
- Carpal Tunnel and other nerve entrapment syndromes
- Trigger finger
- Use of hypnosis for smoking cessation and treatment of chronic pain
- Peripheral nerve stimulation for chronic pain
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