Dr. Lincoski is a board certified and fellowship trained hand surgeon. His training and experience include unique competencies in the areas of hand and upper extremity surgery including nerve repair, wrist arthroscopy, wrist fractures, minimally invasive surgery of the hand, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendon injuries, and Dupuytren’s contracture. Most problems can be effectively treated nonsurgically with splints, casts, cortisone injections, or physical therapy. With more severe injuries and disorders, a minimally invasive surgery may be the best option to help relieve your pain. Your hands are an essential part of every day, and Dr. Lincoski focuses on providing you the opportunity to gain your tractability back.
Dr. Lincoski is a member of the American Society for Surgery of Hand, American Association for Hand Surgery, and Pennsylvania Orthopedic Society. Most recently, Dr. Lincoski proudly served his country as an orthopedic hand surgeon in the United States Air Force returning from a tour of duty in Afghanistan in May 2010.
Dr. Lincoski resides in State College, PA with his wife Sue and daughter Paige. His interests include mountain biking, skiing, weight lifting, and golf.