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A hand and wrist surgeon, Dr. Gaddie worked as an athletic trainer for the University of Minnesota Department of Athletics while in college. He was a member of the University of Minnesota National Championship hockey team in 2003. He has also authored numerous research presentations and was honored as Clinical Resident of the Year at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

Hometown: East Grand Forks, MN

Outside of the clinic, Dr. Gaddie stays active with fly fishing, running, and lifting weights. He also enjoys cooking and listening to music.

Conditions

Animal Bites, Biceps Tear at the Elbow, Broken Hand or Wrist, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Cubital Tunnel, De Quervain’s Tendinosis, Elbow Bursitis, Elbow UCL Tears, Flexor Tendon Injuries, Fractured or Dislocated Elbow, Ganglion Cysts, Golfer’s Elbow, Scaphoid Fracture of the Wrist, Tennis Elbow, Trigger Finger, and less common conditions

Treatments

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Ages treated: All ages

Accepts workers comp: Yes

10 Years in Practice

Credentials

Certifications

  • Board Certified in Orthopaedic Surgery by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Certified Athletic Trainer

Education

  • Tufts University | Combined Hand Surgery Fellowship, 2016
  • University of Nebraska Medical Center | Orthopaedic Residency, 2015
  • University of North Dakota | MD, 2010
  • University of Minnesota| BS, 2003 and MA, 2006 (Kinesiology)

Memberships & Awards

  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • American Society for Surgery of the Hand

Patient Reviews

4.8 out of 5 (1,159 Ratings, 260 Comments)

5 stars
Dec 16, 2019
Very helpful about my pain and gave me meds. Also, when I felt faint the Dr. Helped me lay down for awhile. Great people!!!!
4 stars
Dec 12, 2019
YOU DON'T WAS TO KNOW, TYPING WITH ONE HAND IS TO LABORIOUS.
5 stars
Dec 12, 2019
The physician was excellent. His PA was...did excellent. The concern I have is with the office staff in the front. They were very inefficient. They were visiting with among themselves when patients were waiting. They would say write your name down when the person was standing at the desk, and we'll call you up, and then they continue to talk about the Christmas basket and various personal things. They took my insurance cards and it took twenty minutes for them to give me back...them back, while most offices scan them in and send them back to you while you're standing there. I felt the front office was very inefficient and very not customer friendly at all. Front office is what the problem...the Physician providers in the back
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