Caring for the Hands that Care for You

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As the only clinic in the region dedicated to hand and wrist care, our focus is helping hands of all ages and walks of life. It’s a holistic approach that includes active participation by the patient, physician, and therapist.


Why Choose a Hand Surgeon?

Hand surgeons receive a full year of specialized hand training beyond that of orthopaedic surgeons, plastic surgeons, or general surgeons. In addition to being board-certified in orthopaedic surgery by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons (ABOS), Dr. Gorman has completed the rigorous examination for a Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in hand surgery through the ABOS and has been a long-time member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand. For hand and wrist problems, early referral to a qualified sub-specialist can hasten recovery, help prevent complications, and save money.

Why Choose Trinity Hand Specialists?

  • A modern office designed, located, and staffed for hand care
  • Dr. Gorman will see and treat you personally
  • Friendly, courteous, and experienced support staff
  • In-office surgery for many problems
  • Emphasis on patient education
  • In-office digital x-ray
  • On-site hand therapy
  • In-office nerve conduction testing with same day results
  • 25+ years of experience
  • Thousands of satisfied patients
  • Hand Inspired Paintings


    Check out these incredible hand inspired paintings!

    Guido Daniele Shows Off His Incredible Hand-Painting Animal Art in Photos

  • Lawn Mower Safety

    Reviewing a few safety tips can help avoid lawnmower injuries, which can be devastating to the hand . . .

    Lawn Mower Safety

  • Why Knuckles Crack

    Any hand specialist frequently gets the question about “popping my knuckles.” Here is the latest scientific study weighing in on this. Before checking it out, though what do you think? Good? Bad? Causes arthritis, or not?

    Why Knuckles Crack