For more than a decade, Jean-Paul Guiboux, M.D., has been treating acute and chronic disorders of the hand and upper extremities at Michigan Hand and Wrist, an orthopaedic clinic in Novi, Michigan. In his work at the clinic, Dr. Guiboux offers both surgical and non-surgical treatments for various hand and upper extremity ailments, including rheumatism, fractures, athletic injuries, neurologic disorders, and injuries caused by trauma. He also provides occupational and physical therapy services to his clients on-site. In addition to his role at Michigan Hand and Wrist, Jean-Paul Guiboux, M.D., is affiliated with the Providence Medical Group and the orthopaedic division of Providence St. John Health System.A board-certified orthopaedic hand surgeon, Dr. Guiboux is a member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, and the Michigan State Medical Society. A prominent member in his field, he is frequently invited to give presentations and lectures at national and international medical conferences. His scholarly research has been published in some of the industry’s leading journals, including a number of studies about the role of antibiotics in spinal disorders in the peer-reviewed publication, Spine.Jean-Paul Guiboux, M.D., earned his Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science from the University of Michigan before going on to study at the university’s highly acclaimed medical school. After receiving his medical degree, he did his internship and residency at William Beaumont Hospital, and then completed a year-long fellowship in hand and wrist surgery at Philadelphia’s Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in 1997. Four years later, he earned a Certificate of Added Qualification in Hand Surgery.Outside of the clinic, Jean-Paul Guiboux, M.D., is an avid supporter of the arts. In 2011, he helped produce “Lemonade: Detroit,” a short documentary that eschews the traditionally bleak depiction of the city for a vision of hope and optimism.
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