Dr. Paul Paterson - In the News
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In the News

In the News

Minimally Invasive Carpal Tunnel Surgery

General Physician, PC Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Paul Paterson is an expert in treating patients suffering from painful Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Dr. Paterson uses a micro-invasive procedure that has revolutionized the process. He can diagnose a patient and perform the "Release and Relief" procedure in a SINGLE visit to his office in Buffalo, New York. There is no hospital, no stitches, and no long recovery time. Some patients even drive themselves home following the procedure!

Buffalo Spree

Dr. Paul Paterson was featured in the current issue of Buffalo Spree Magazine. The article, "Good to the Bone," explores the microinvasive Carpal Tunnel procedure that Dr. Paterson performs.

ECMC TrueCare Healthcast

General Physician, PC's Dr. Paul Paterson was a recent guest on the ECMC "True Care Healthcast" podcast.

Carpel Tunnel Cover

Dr. Paul Paterson was featured in the cover story for The Buffalo News Refresh section discussing his minimally invasive Carpal Tunnel procedure. Dr. Paterson can diagnose and treat a patient all in a single visit, leaving them "Pain Free in One Day." 

Dr. Paterson Interview

Dr. Paul Paterson was recently interviewed about ultrasound guided carpal tunnel releases using the SX1 MicroKnife. Watch his interview here to learn why he chose this minimally invasive and provocative technology for his patients.

Dr. Paterson giving seminar

Dr. Paterson presented: “Release and relief: Same-day evaluation and surgical treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome” May 8th at the Cleveland Clinic, to orthopaedic surgeons and all related providers and support specialists in attendance, at the 18th Annual New Technology in Upper Extremity Surgery program.

Kaleida Health Medical Minute

Single day treatment for Carpal Tunnel with a minimally invasive technique.

Buffalo Healthy Living Cover

Increased hours spent on computer keyboards and digital devices can put people at risk for a relatively common and oftentimes painful condition that affects wrist mobility. According to local orthopedic specialist, Dr. Paul Paterson, carpal tunnel syndrome, or CTS, can cause incapacitating numbness, pain and tingling in the hand or arm when one of the major nerves of the hand - the median nerve - is being compressed in the wrist.

Dr. Paterson on AM Buffalo

AM Buffalo paid a visit Tuesday, December 5th to the office of Dr. Paterson at ECMC, The Ambulatory Care Center. Tune in to Channel 7 on Thursday, December 7th at 10 am and find out more about the Carpel Tunnel procedures that Dr. Paterson is performing.

To schedule an evaluation, appointment, or to get more information,
call 716.500.HAND (4263).

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