get a grip on life

The hand is a complex, delicate structure and its treatment requires a different approach. Because hand function includes the wrist and forearm, the region must be considered a single unit. The dysfunction of a single part needs consideration of the whole.


Elbow conditions, from minor discomforts to chronic conditions and complex joint reconstructions, also require a very specific approach to quickly restore function and range of motion.


Orthopaedic Associates of Wisconsin’s goal is to return you to an active, productive lifestyle. Whether your pain is caused by arthritis, an injury, accident or disorder, OAW’s team of experts specializes in the care you need.


Procedures Include

Endoscopic surgery

Joint implant surgery

Microsurgical flap procedure

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Minimally invasive arthroscopic procedures

Total joint replacement

Cubital tunnel syndrome

Reconstructive surgery

Physical and occupational therapy

Occupational and hand therapy

Non-union fixation

Non-operative rehabilitation

Wrist arthroscopy

Arthritis reconstruction

Joint implant (wrist, thumb, finger)Complex fracture repair

"Tommy John" procedure

"Tennis Elbow" procedure

Laith Al-Shihabi, MD

Jeffrey Coppage, MD

James A. Foley, MD

Our HAND/WRIST & ELBOW Specialists

Christopher Kilian, M.D.

Rick F. Papandrea, MD

Orthopaedic Associates of Wisconsin

N15 W28300 Golf Road

Pewaukee, WI 53072

Tel  262-303-5055

Fax: 262-303-5057

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