Todd C. Ruiter, D.O.
Dr. Ruiter is a board certified, fellowship trained Hand & Wrist surgeon trained in the treatment of disorders of the hand and upper extremity. He is a member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH) and holds a Subspecialty Certificate (CAQ) in Surgery of the Hand.
Dr. Ruiter’s scope of expertise includes the treatment of children and adults with:
– Disorders of the Fingers, Hand & Wrist
– Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
– Hand & Wrist Arthritis
– Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
– Hand & Wrist Traumatic Injuries
– Nerve Disorders
– Sports Injuries
– Workers’ Compensation
Dr. Ruiter is highly skilled in hand and wrist surgery, arthroscopy; microsurgery, and well versed on nonoperative as well as minimally invasive surgery techniques. Dr. Ruiter is a resident of Plantation, and has two small school-aged children. He is a Retired Army veteran having served with the 82nd Airborne Division one year in the Middle East. Dr. Ruiter and his family have recently relocated from Michigan to join AssociatesMD Hand & Wrist Specialists.
His formal medical training includes:
Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery Fellowship
The University of Louisville / Christine M. Kleinert Institute for Hand & Microsurgery
One of the world’s leading training centers
Flushing Hospital Medical Center / Queens, NY
Community Health System serving Flushing Queens, NYC since 1884
Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine / A.T. Still University
Recipient of the Stillbright Scholar Award for Undergraduate Research and Publications
Recipient of the Health Professional Scholarship Program through US Army
Dr. Ruiter has also received specialized training in microvascular surgery techniques.
Click on the PDF’s below to learn more about Dr. Ruiter’s patient-centric approach and to review his articles on these important topics:
– Carpal Tunnel Surgery 1 2 3
– Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options 1 2 3
– The Important Role of Hand Therapy in my Practice
– Publications and Career Highlights 1
– Osteoarthritis of the Thumb and Treatment Options 1 2
– Trigger Fingers 1 2 3
– Ganglion Cysts / Mucous Cysts 1 2
– Dupuytren’s Disease 1 2