Andrew Kirkpatrick, MD
About Andrew Kirkpatrick, MD
Dr. Andrew Kirkpatrick comes from a medical family, but it wasn’t until he met an orthopedic surgeon as a biology major at UW-Stevens Point that his path as a doctor became clearly defined.
“I was able to see what orthopedics was, and how I could help someone with a specific problem,” he says.
Dr. Kirkpatrick is board-certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and completed fellowship training in hand surgery at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester.
He earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and completed his residency in orthopedic surgery at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.
Dr. Kirkpatrick specializes in hand and upper extremity procedures and regularly treats carpal tunnel syndrome, tendon and ligament injuries, arthritis, wrist pain, trigger finger, nerve disorders, fractures, dislocations, tingling and numbness, congenital abnormalities, elbow conditions and emergency or long-term hand related conditions and injuries.
“My favorite part about my job is seeing someone satisfied with their functionality and pain relief several weeks or months after we have performed a surgery, injection or therapy,” he says.
Dr. Kirkpatrick sees patients of all ages in Green Bay, Marinette, and Sturgeon Bay. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, his wife and daughter and their dog, Walker.
He also plays golf and enjoys hunting, hiking, and fishing.
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Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
2012 Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
University of Nebraska Medical Center
University of Nebraska Medical Center - Orthopedic Surgery
University of Massachusetts Medical School - Hand Surgery
Professional Associations and Memberships
Areas of Special Interest
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Cubital tunnel syndrome
Emergency and long-term hand, wrist, elbow conditions
Fractures and dislocations
Numbness in hands or fingers
Tendon and ligament injuries