Dr. Wysocki's practice focuses on the treatment of conditions of the hand, wrist and elbow, as well as microsurgical reconstruction of the upper and lower limb.
A graduate of The College of William and Mary, Dr. Wysocki earned his medical degree from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. He completed his orthopedic surgery residency at Rush University Medical Center, during which he received the Surgical Intern of the Year Award. He completed a hand, upper extremity, and microvascular surgery fellowship at Duke University Medical Center. Dr. Wysocki is board certified in Orthopaedic Surgery and in addition, board certified specifically in Hand Surgery.
He is twice the winner of the Jorge O. Galante, M.D., D.Med.Sci. Research Award, and is a principal investigator and co-investigator on American Foundation for Hand Surgery and National Institute of Health (NIH) grants for the study of lateral epicondylitis and tendinopathy. Dr. Wysocki has been recognized as a leader in his field, as he was chosen as a member of the American Orthopaedic Association Emerging Leaders Program, and the American Society for Surgery of the Hand Young Leaders Group.
Minimally invasive hand and wrist fracture care
Elbow and wrist arthroscopy
Wrist and elbow arthritis treatment
Surgical release of the stiff elbow
Distal radius osteotomy for malunion
Distal biceps tendon repair
Total elbow replacement
Wrist ligament and cartilage injuries in athletes
Elbow/wrist trauma reconstruction
Distal radius fracture and malunion
Thumb basilar joint arthritis
Post-traumatic stiffness of forearm/elbow
Clinical Support Staff
Yaneli Jaramillo (SEC)
Megan Burns (PA)
Jennifer Julian (MA)
- Synovial Chondromatosis of the Elbow with Asymptomatic Ulnar Nerve Compression
- Fixation of Proximal Pole Scaphoid Nonunion with Non-vascularized Cancellous Autograft
- Loss of Elbow Motion
- What Factors Influence the Success of Medial Gastrocnemius Flaps in the Treatment of Infected TKAs?
- The Morphology of Proximal Pole Scaphoid Fractures: Implications for Optimal Screw Placement
- Radial head replacement with a bipolar system: an average 10-year follow-up
Education / Certifications
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Rush University Medical Center
Duke University Medical Center - Fellowship - Hand, Upper Extremity, and Microvascular Surgery
Orthopaedic Surgery; Hand Surgery
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