Norman Weinzweig, Founder of The Chicago Institute for Hand Surgery and Rehabilitation, is Double Board Certified in Plastic Surgery and Hand Surgery. Norman Weinzweig specializes in the treatment of fingertip injuries, multiple digit replantations, and mutilated hand reconstruction. He treats patients from the greater Chicago, Illinois, area, as well as Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan and Iowa.
Norman Weinzweig has a personal and caring approach to patient care at The Chicago Institute for Hand Surgery and Rehabilitation. From patients with simple hand conditions that only require non-operative treatment such as a finger sprain to complex injuries that may require microsurgical expertise, he takes the time to understand each patient’s distinctive circumstances in order to recommend the best treatment option.
Norman Weinzweig with The Chicago Institute for Hand Surgery and Rehabilitation is a member of numerous prestigious societies including the American Association of Plastic Surgeons, American Society of Plastic Surgeons, American Society for Surgery of the Hand, American Association for Hand Surgery, World Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery, American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery, American Society for Peripheral Nerve, American College of Surgeons, and Plastic Surgery Research Council, among many others.
Norman Weinzweig is highly regarded by his peers for his clinical experience in acute and chronic care of severely traumatized hand injuries. He has published over 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals, 38 book chapters, 87 scientific abstracts, 5 educational videotapes, and over 250 regional, national, and international presentations. He also co-edited the 650-page textbook THE MUTILATED HAND, with a comprehensive focus solely on the acute management and post-traumatic reconstruction of devastating hand injuries.