Bruce Minkin, MD participates in the “Summer of Science Series” with Asheville Museum of Science (AMOS) and talks about how minerals can be used for medicinal purposes.
Have you ever taken the time to consider how much you use your thumb every day? You’re probably using it right now to scroll down as you read this post. We tend to take our thumbs for granted, but that is no longer the case for one of our patients, who was recently featured in … Continue reading Carolina Hand Surgeons Reconstruct a Patient’s Thumb Using an Unexpected Resource →
What does a Carolina Hand surgeon do for vacation? For Dr. Minkin, it’s an adventure deep beneath the earth’s surface (just a quick glance at the beautiful photos on his bio may give that away). He recently took a trip to Central America, where he and a local crew enjoyed a multi-day expedition through the … Continue reading Dr. Bruce Minkin’s Adventures with Jaguars, Bushwacking & Underground Caves in Belize →
Check out this throwback from past, published six years ago today. This article for the July 25th, 2005 issue of the New Yorker features Dr. Minkin. It’s full of interesting tales of medical practice yesterday and today. Enjoy! New Yorker or download a pdf of the full article.
How about a blast from the past? We recently found this article from a 1990 issue of Carolina Tips, featuring Asheville orthopedic surgeon Dr. Bruce Minkin and his thoughts on using leeches in modern medicine. read more