Dr. Jean-Paul Guiboux
Hand Surgeon At Michigan Hand and Wrist
About Dr. Jean-Paul Guiboux
Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jean-Paul Guiboux treats disorders of the hands and upper extremities. He is the founder of Michigan Hand and Wrist, P.C., a practice focused on these types of issues. A board-certified physician since 1999, Dr. Jean-Paul Guiboux draws upon a wealth of educational and professional experience.
Dr. Guiboux attended the University of Michigan, located in Ann Arbor, where he earned an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences in 1988. He remained at the university and completed his Doctor of Medicine in 1991. Dr. Guiboux finished his residency at Michigan’s William Beaumont Hospital in 1996. The doctor began to work in his specialty during his 1997 fellowship at Philadelphia’s Thomas Jefferson University. Here he trained in the areas of hand and upper extremity surgery. Building upon his training, Dr. Jean-Paul Guiboux worked as a hand surgeon at Southfield, Michigan’s Providence Hospital. Between 1997 and 1999, he provided care for patients, as well as training for residents. In 2001, he earned a Certificate of Added Qualification in Hand Surgery and opened Michigan Hand and Wrist the same year. He provides the highest level of service and care to patients of all ages. Conditions treated include carpal tunnel syndrome, sports injuries, neurological disorders, and trauma.
Dr. Jean-Paul Guiboux holds membership in the Michigan State Medical Society, as well as the American Society for Surgery of the Hand. He regularly writes on orthopedic topics for peer-reviewed publications. Dr. Guiboux remains involved with his alma mater, the University of Michigan Medical School, where he assists in recruiting a future generation of physicians. In his spare time, he enjoys golfing, running, and mountain biking.