It was great to attend the American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) annual meeting on September 29th.
The ASSH’s mission is to advance the science and practice of hand and upper extremity surgery through education, research, and advocacy for patients and practitioners.
The ASSH will be recognized as the most reliable and authoritative source of information on all aspects of hand and upper extremity disorders for all audiences – surgeons, allied health professionals, government, business and industry, patients, and the public. The Society will use this ever-expanding role and recognition to ensure its members’ success and continuously improve the quality of care for all patients.
The inventor of Spirecut’s instruments presented his abstract on percutaneous hand surgery for trigger finger and carpal tunnel syndrome. We met key stakeholders and are grateful for the opportunity to understand the American hand surgery ecosystem better.