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Todd M. Guyette, MD

Specialties:

Orthopedic Surgery and Hand Surgery

Contact Information

  • Office: 425-823-4224
  • Fax: 425-820-8975

http://prohand.com/

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Gender:

Male

Languages:

English

Honors, Awards, etc.

2021 Seattle Magazine "Top Doctors"|2021 Seattle Met "Top Doctors, Nurse Practitioners & Physician Assistants"

Board Certification

Board certified in Orthopedic Surgery
Board Certified in Hand Surgery

Experience

Dr. Todd Guyette completed his formal training in orthopedic surgery at the world renowned Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.  Additional subspecialty training was then obtained at the Curtis National Hand Center, the upper extremity trauma center for four states.
In addition to a busy clinical practice, he continues to lecture and chair symposiums directed at teaching his fellow healthcare workers about pathology of the upper extremity.

Clinical Expertise

Minimally invasive surgery, endoscopic and arthroscopic, to address conditions of the elbow, wrist, and hand including arthritis, nerve compressions, inflammatory processes.

Philosophy of Care

Surgery is just one option; many of these diagnoses can be successfully managed without surgery with a coordinated approach including therapy, medications, and patient education. Even though my focus is on the upper extremity pathology, it is important to recognize that these problems commonly affect the whole patient, their work, recreational activities, and even simple daily tasks and their treatment must be undertaken in that context.

Experience

Year began practicing: 2003

Medical School

Harvard Medical School | Boston, MA

Residency

Hospital for Special Surgery | New York, NY

Fellowship

Curtis National Hand Center | Baltimore, MD

Internship

New York Presbyterian Hospital | New York, NY

Personal Information

Although raised in southern California, and spending over a decade on the east coast for his training, I was drawn to Seattle after a traveling fellowship to the region during medical school. 
I met my wife here, and nowadays I can be found chasing my two young daughters around the shores of Lake Washington or the trails of the foothills.