Board certified orthopaedic surgeons
Specializing in surgery of the hand.
Members of the American Society
for Surgery of the Hand.
Stephen E. Werner, M.D.
Dr. Werner joined the practice of Frederick Minkow, M.D. in 1976. This association became known as Bloomfield Hand Specialists.
After completing his undergraduate education at the University of Notre Dame, Dr. Werner proceeded to the Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia. At Jefferson, he was first introduced to orthopedics. As a senior medical student, Dr. Werner was exposed to Dr. James Hunter, a pioneer flexor tendon graft surgery. Dr. Werner graduated from Jefferson in 1968 earning the Doctor of Medicine degree.
From Philadelphia, Dr. Werner moved to Michigan for a rotating internship at Henry Ford Hospital, followed by a year of general surgery residency at North Oakland Medical Center. He then served on active duty in the United States Navy as the medical officer on a ballistic missile submarine. Following military service, Dr. Werner returned to Henry Ford Hospital as an orthopedic surgery resident. During his senior year of residency, he took a leave of absence to serve a fellowship in hand surgery back at Jefferson, with Dr. Hunter and Dr. Lawrence Schneider.
Along with his wife Karen, Dr. Werner has found the time to raise four sons. Over the years, he has taken the rewarding opportunity to actively participate in various forms of community service. For eight years during the period his children attended public school, Dr. Werner served as a member of the Clarkston Community School's Board of Education. More recently. Dr. Werner has become involved in the National Ski Patrol chapter at the Pine Knob Ski Resort. He served six of sixteen years of his NSP membership as the director of this award winning patrol.
While continuing to immensely enjoy the practice of hand surgery, Dr. Werner also takes great pleasure in the leisure time diversions of woodworking, fly-fishing, skiing and snowboarding.
Michael I. Quinn, M.D.
Dr. Michael Quinn joined Bloomfield Hand Specialists in 2004 and has practiced hand and upper extremity surgery since that time. Dr. Quinn earned his medical degree from Wayne State University in 1998 and then completed an Orthopaedic Surgery residency at William Beaumont Hospital in 2003. He then completed a fellowship in Hand Surgery at the Thomas Jefferson University/ Philadelphia Hand center program. He is Board-Certified in orthopedic surgery and possesses a Certificate of Additional Qualifications in Surgery of the Hand.
Dr Quinn combines both time-tested and state-of-the-art care in a way that emphasizes the patient’s goals and takes time to understand the individual patient. He strives to listen to, and hear, what patients are saying, understand their condition, clarify the available treatment options, and then individualize treatment to the specific patient. While surgery may be an option, Dr. Quinn recognizes the value and importance of non-surgical treatment options as well.
Dr. Quinn has staff privileges and provides care for Emergencies, in-patient consults, and surgeries at hospitals including William Beaumont Hospital - Troy, Crittenton Medical Center, Genesys Medical Center, and St. Joseph Hospital - Pontiac. Most surgeries can be performed on an outpatient basis and Dr. Quinn performs surgery at surgical centers including Orthopaedic Surgical Institute (OSI), Clarkston Surgical Center, Una-Source Surgery Center, Surgery Center at Health Park (Genesys), and The Alice Gustafson Surgery Center. He is also an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Oakland University- William Beaumont School of Medicine.