Evan D. Collins, MD, MBA

Hand, Wrist & Elbow Specialist - Texas Medical Center
Opening at 8:30 AM on Monday
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In case you missed it - an article in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery provides an overview of the hand and wrist surgery literature and latest research findings published in recent years - spotlighting What's New in Hand Surgery.

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Dr. Collins and colleagues recently published findings of a research study in the journal HAND, which evaluated hand/finger fine motor function in musicians via physical examination and laboratory-based evaluations - an understudied area of research, "The Impact of Musical Training on Hand Biomec...

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Dr. Collins and colleagues recently published findings of a research study in the journal HAND, which evaluated hand/finger fine motor function in musicians via physical examination and laboratory-based evaluations - an understudied area of research, "The Impact of Musical Training on Hand Biomec...

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today I had the privilege of interacting with the physicians assistant (GARRETT) that supports Dr. Collins.
I definitely would give him a five out of five or six out of five for his follow up and for taking advantage of escalating the issues I’ve been experiencing. I asked that Dr. Collins off ...

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The stem cell discussion continues. In a 2019 AAOS Now-sponsored Forum on “Stem Cells in Orthopaedics: Myth, Miracle, or Something In-Between,” an international group of clinicians, scientists, and regulators examined the research behind orthopaedic applications of stem cells and addressed the c...

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He is not only a great surgeon, but a great communicator! I always feel like he answers all my questions in a way I understand. He has a way of making you feel at ease and not stressed out about the situation. His advice is very common sense and real life! Highly recommend!!

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In industry news - a single-session multidisciplinary intervention improved grip strength in osteoarthritis of the hands. A single, multidisciplinary session of an individual intervention combining detailed information on functioning, activities of daily living, physical activity, nutrition, assi...

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Dr. Collins and his associate nurse was extremely helpful and listened very intently on my current issues.
I had surgery on my right arm for ulnar nerve damage. I’ve not seen any improvements but that’s not a result of Dr. Collins it may be a result of a much greater issue within my spinal cord...

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Experience has been incredibly good, Dr. Collin’s is extremely personable and highly skilled. He takes time to explain everything in layman’s terms. Tremendous service should always start at the top and it is very obvious that Dr.Collins sees the value of having his staff also have great relatio...

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Testimonials

3 months ago
I've gone to Dr Collins for carpal tunnel release surgery on both of my hands and to consult regarding a rotator cuff problem, with superb results in every case. I HIGHLY recommend Dr. Collins!
- Doug M
4 months ago
Today I had the privilege of interacting with Dr. Collin’s physicians assistant (GARRETT) that supports Dr. Collins. I definitely would give him a 5 out of 5 or 6/5 for PA GARRETT’s follow up and for taking advantage of escalating the issues I’ve been experiencing. I asked that Dr. Collins provide the link so I can provide feedback what is so critical, is so important when it comes to a customer who is seeking professional and critical help regarding their health. Garrett (the PA) was especially focused on my situation and very compassionate, Garrett then followed up with my orthapedic surgeon Dr. Collins to see what might could be done. I continue to be very impressed with Methodist hospital, they are the best record keepers as well as in my opinion the very best in customer satisfaction. Thank you Garrett for providing such helpful information that will be sent over to the corporate office as well as Dr. Collins.
- John H
7 months ago
I absolutely love Dr. Collins! He is really great at his specialties, he’s funny and he has a sense of humor! He is very honest and upfront!
- Sibs B

Hand & Upper Extremity Care

Dr. Evan Collins is chief of the Houston Methodist Hand & Upper Extremity Center at the Texas Medical Center and the designated hand specialist for the Houston Methodist Center for Performing Arts Medicine (CPAM) – serving as part of the Houston Methodist Hospital healthcare team providing care to the artists and athletes of the Houston Ballet, Houston Symphony and Houston Opera. As a leader in his field and champion of evidence-based medicine, he has changed the way hand and upper extremity care is approached today. He specializes in degenerative joint repetitive stress conditions - from carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow, to complex wrist fractures, arthritis and joint preservation and reconstruction.

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6560 Fannin Street
Houston, Texas 77030
United States

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Mon:8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Tue:8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wed:8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thu:8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Fri:8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Sat:Closed
Sun:Closed
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