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Hand & Wrist Surgery

UHS offers advanced care for patients experiencing hand, wrist, and elbow pain or discomfort related to conditions such as arthritis, fractures, joint dislocations, tendon injuries, cysts, and other common overuse injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome. UHS provides the sub-specialty of hand and wrist surgery at UHS in Binghamton, Vestal, and the surrounding areas. We also provide orthopedics which includes surgical and non-surgical treatment provided by the care team of Regina M. Meis, MD

Conditions Treated

During Your Visit

Once established with your UHS Orthopedics provider, a full spectrum of services are available at UHS and partnering locations. When developing your individualized treatment plan, your provider may recommend the services such as hand or wrist surgery. This could also include carpal tunnel or trigger finger surgeries. UHS locations in the Binghamton area also may suggest the following services:

Surgery when indicated is performed at UHS Binghamton General Hospital or the Ambulatory Surgery Center at UHS Wilson Medical Center.

Committed, Expert Care Team

At UHS, you will benefit from the care, attention and experience of a diverse team of dedicated medical professionals whose focus is to improve your quality of life. At all UHS locations around Binghamton, your experienced wrist and hand surgery team includes:

  • Orthopedic Surgeon
  • Physician Assistants: Evaluate and treat you while in the clinical and hospital settings, as well as assist during surgery. Also assist the surgeon in coordination of pre and post-operative care including: home health, therapies to ensure optimal patient outcomes.
  • Surgical Coordinator: Provides support with scheduling surgeries including coordination of pre-operative clearances, admission testing, insurance authorizations, and follow-up appointment management. Our hand and wrist surgery team in the Binghamton area is well-trained.
  • Clinical Staff: ATC’s and MOA’s that perform patient care during clinic, prepare injections, and lead management of patient appointments.
  • Hand Therapy, including Physical and Occupational Therapists: Help you return to function through conditioning exercises focused on your area of need.
  • Case Manager: Assists with coordination of hospital discharge and follow-up care, if required.

Meet the Hand & Wrist Surgery Team In The Binghamton Region Today!


Olukemi Fajolu, MD
Hand & Wrist Surgery
Orthopedic Surgery




Regina Meis, MD
Hand & Wrist Surgery
Orthopedic Surgery




Benny Seto, MD
Hand & Wrist Surgery




Physician Assistants

Jeffrey Avery, PA
Hand & Wrist Surgery


Get to know your UHS Hand Therapists

At UHS, our hand therapists help with successful recovery, allowing individuals to function normally in their daily lives. They accomplish this using a variety of techniques and tools, including activity and exercise programs, custom orthotic fabrication, management of pain and swelling and wound and scar care.
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