Dr. Lechner was interviewed by news media at Mission Hospital one week after reattaching teen’s hand severed in accident. Above is the video clip of that interview (don’t worry–no graphic images of hand surgery are shown). CitizenTimes
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.
Carolina Hand and Sports Medicine surgeon Jesse L. West IV, MD successfully completed the first outpatient shoulder replacement at the Asheville Surgery Center in January of this year. Dr. West has since performed numerous successful outpatient shoulder replacements including hemi-arthroplasty, total shoulder arthroplasty, and humeral resurfacing. All of these patients went home comfortable the day of surgery. This advancement … Continue reading Outpatient Shoulder Replacement is Here at Carolina Hand & Sports Medicine →
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
New Asheville Main Office opening on Monday April 4! This state-of-the-art 20,000 square-foot building will combine our McDowell physician clinics and Oakland therapy clinics to one location at Regional Medical Park. On the hill at the Sweeten Creek Road exit (#51) off I-40, both long-distance and local patients will find it easier to reach our … Continue reading Our New Office →