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Laith Al-Shihabi, MD PHYSICIAN

Specialties: Elbow, Hand & Wrist

Administrative Assistant: Deanna Mann
(262) 303-5019
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Education

2010
MD, Medical College of Wisconsin

2004
BS, University of Wisconsin-Madison - Biology

Fellowships & Internships

2011
General Surgery Internship, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago

2016
Mary S. Stern Hand Surgery Fellowship, Cincinnati

Residency

2015
Orthopaedic Surgery Residency, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago

Licensure & Certifications

Medical License, State of Wisconsin
Medical License, State of Ohio
Advanced Cardiac Life Support, American Heart Association
Basic Life Support, American Heart Association
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
USMLE Step 3
USMLE Step 2 CK/CS
USMLE Step 1

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Patient Reviews

  • In the last few years I've had 3 procedures done. Hip, hernia and elbow. I have never had a bad experience yet. Everyone has always treated me in the best and most professional manner. My primary is out of the system due to my confidence in him but whenever I need something done this is the only place I will ever come

    ~ RIck ANDERSON ~

  • I had my thumb and index finger knuckles on my right hand 'repaired & replaced' by Dr. Al-Shihabi. The day surgery center is a great setup for your patients. Everyone is professional, knowledgeable, courteous and friendly. I much prefer going there than the hospital.
    Dr. A-S seems very capable. I have been seeing him for 2.5 years getting cortisone shots leading up to the recent surgery. I am particularly impressed by his written explanation of what to expect: pain management, dressings, activities, therapy, and recovery time line. As soon as the surgery was scheduled I received his documents via email. It was a great help in scheduling the next three months of my life, what to expect, what I could do, and what to prepare for. At discharge this was all reviewed again with my wife. I appreciated the thoroughness and clarity that was on paper for me to be able to refer to as needed. Of all my various surgeries over the years these were the best instructions I have ever received.

    ~ Rob M ~