30 Aug, 2018, 19:26 ET
SALEM, Ore., Aug. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Hope Orthopedics of Oregon today announced the addition of orthopedic hand surgeon, Dr. Aaron Karlen to their Salem, Oregon clinic located at 1600 State Street. Dr. Karlen specializes in orthopedic hand, wrist and elbow care and will bring his expertise to Hope patients.
To learn more about Dr. Aaron Karlen click here or to schedule an appointment call: (503) 540-6300
"We are so excited to welcome Dr. Karlen to Hope," said Hope Orthopedics CEO, Lorissa Addabbo. "His commitment to providing excellence in care is reflected in his extensive training and education. I'm so thankful that he chose the Salem community, and that we get to work with him here at Hope!"
Dr. Karlen grew up in both in Seattle and Hawaii. He attended high school in Hawaii, and college at the University of Washington with a year in Scotland where he graduated with a BA and BS. Dr. Karlen then returned to Hawaii for Law School and graduated with his JD, summa cum laude. From there he continued on to Medical School in Hawaii and graduated with his MD and membership in the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society - where he received honors for every grade and was tied with two other classmates for best marks possible. Dr. Karlen completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities and then his plastics and orthopedic surgery hand fellowship at Baylor in Houston.
Dr. Karlen specializes in a variety of hand, wrist and elbow conditions such as; Carpal Tunnel, Trigger Finger, Thumb and Finger Arthritis, Hand and Finger Fractures, Wrist Fractures, and Elbow Fractures.
About Hope Orthopedics:
Hope Orthopedics is a full-service orthopedic practice devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of injuries and diseases of the musculoskeletal system, providing general orthopedic, sports medicine and spine care as well as hand therapy and physical therapy. For more information on Hope Orthopedics of Oregon visit www.HopeOrthopedics.com
SOURCE Hope Orthopedics of Oregon
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