Dr. Wintman has been in practice since 1998 and is currently in practice at the Hand Center of Western Massachusetts. He is Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery and has a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Surgery of the Hand.
Dr. Wintman attended
University graduating with high honors in Molecular Biology and
Biochemistry. He completed his medical education at
School in 1991. He interned in general surgery at the
and Women's Hospital followed by a residency in Orthopaedic
Surgery at the Harvard Combined Program working at
Hospital, Brigham and Women's Hospital and
Hospital in Boston. Following this training he was an
Orthopaedic Trauma attending and Chief Resident at Brigham and
Women's Hospital. In 1997, Dr. Wintman went on to complete a
and Upper Extremity Surgery Fellowship at
General Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is
currently licensed in Massachusetts.
Dr. Wintman is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Boston University School of Medicine and a Clinical Instructor of Orthopedics at Tufts University School of Medicine.
He is currently on the full time staff at Baystate Medical Center. Dr. Wintman has taken hand and upper extremity emergency call for over 10 years, giving him extensive experience with trauma, acute care and late reconstruction of hand and upper extremity injuries. At Shriner's Hospital in Springfield he is on the surgical staff, participating in hand clinic as well as lecturing and instructing on Congenital and Pediatric Hand and Upper Extremity Problems. Dr. Wintman also has privileges at Mary Lane Hospital in Ware, where the Hand Center has a part time satellite office, as well as Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton and Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Massachusetts. Dr. Wintman performs much of his outpatient surgery at The Pioneer Valley Surgicenter.
Dr. Wintman is a member of the
American Society for
Surgery of the Hand. He is a fellow of the
American Academy of
Orthopaedic Surgeons. He is a member of the Massachusetts
Medical Society, the Hampden District Medical Society, the
Massachusetts Orthopedic Association, and the New England Hand
His interests include all topics related to the hand and upper extremity including carpal tunnel syndrome, workers compensation injuries, arthritis, shoulder problems, congenital hand abnormalities, reconstruction and hand/wrist trauma. Dr. Wintman has been featured on WGBY's Doctors on Call program discussing hand and upper extremity problems.
Dr. Wintman has done significant research in the field and has written numerous articles on hand surgery in peer reviewed journals including such topics as carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist instability, hand trauma and Kienböck's disease. He is dedicated to care of the hand and upper extremity and is proud to serve the Western Massachusetts community.