Each month, we honor one of our doctors as Doctor of the Month! March’s Doctor of the Month is David Mokhtee, MD.
Dr. Mokhtee completed his Residency in General Surgery at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and completed medical school at Northwestern University School of Medicine in Chicago.
Dr. Mokhtee specializes in hand and wrist and is fellowship trained in Hand and Microsurgery from Washington University School of Medicine.
His interests are Arthritis, Carpal Tunnel, Nerve Reconstruction, Fractures, Tendon Injuries, Tendonitis, Cubital Tunnel Syndrome, Hand and Wrist Fractures, Trigger Finger, Dupuytren’s Contracture, Hand Trauma, Fingertip Injuries, Hand Reconstruction, Ligament Injuries of the Wrist, Arthoscopy, Workman’s Comp Cases, Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) Tear, Ultrasound-Guided Finger and Wrist Joint Injections, Boutonniere’s, Mallet Finger, deQuervian’s Tenosynovitis, Joint Replacements, Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release, and Wrist Arthroscopy.
We are so thankful for Dr. Mokhtee!
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The surgeons at Tulsa Bone & Joint, through their association with St. John Medical Center, is pleased to announce that St. John has received Premier Certification Status for Clinical Quality, the highest level of certification for geriatric fracture care by the International Geriatric Fracture Society (IGFS) CORE Certification Program. The CORE Program recognizes those in health care that have exceeded benchmarks in the care of geriatric fractures. The surgeons at Tulsa Bone & Joint, in conjunction with St. John Medical Center, have exceeded target benchmarks on key indicators over the past year.