Scott M. Shumway, M.D.

Scott M. Shumway, M.D.

Dr. Scott Shumway is a board-certified plastic surgeon specializing in the non-operative and surgical management of hand and upper extremity disorders. He is originally from Los Angeles, California, and has been practicing since 1988.

Dr. Shumway entered the field of plastic surgery due to its multidisciplinary nature. He has been selected as one of the Castle Connolly Top Doctors in Orthopaedic Surgery in which the selection process included peer nomination, extensive research and screening from Castle Connolly’s doctor-directed research team. Dr. Shumway has written and been featured in several medical publications. He has also held membership in a number of medical societies.

Dr. Shumway treats all disorders of, and injuries to, the bones and soft tissues between from the fingertips to the elbow. He believes that the hand and arm are the most vital structures that we have for interacting with our environment. Dr. Shumway states, “Unfortunately, many disorders and injuries are often ignored or self-treated. Untreated, these problems may lead to the development of chronic pain, weakness or loss of use of the hand.” Dr. Shumway’s goal is to provide his patients with a thorough upper extremity exam, an accurate diagnosis and a program of care that will allow for a timely recovery and maximum use of their uninjured hand or arm.

  • Fellowship

    The Mayo Clinic; Rochester, Minnesota

  • Residency

    Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery - New York University Medical Center; New York, NY
    General Surgery - The University of Chicago Medical Center; Chicago, IL

  • Medical Degree

    Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA

  • Undergrad

    The Johns Hopkins University; Baltimore, MD

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
  • Ganglion cysts
  • Trigger fingers
  • Tendonitis
  • Epicondylitis
  • Functional problems related to rheumatoid and osteoarthritis
  • Sports-related hand, wrist and forearm injuries
  • Carpal bone (scaphoid) fractures and ligament injuries
  • Injury to the triangular fibrocartilage complex
  • Wrist and elbow instability
  • Trauma fractures of the hand, wrist and forearm
  • Vascular, nerve and tendon repair
  • Soft tissue reconstruction
  • Work-related injuries
  • IME
My team
  • Physicians Assistant: Kellie Alessio, PA-C
  • Triage Nurse: Samantha K, RN, 515-247-8400
  • Surgery Scheduler: Nikki T, RN, 515-323-6464
  • Work Comp/Attorney Services Coordinator:
    Kasee K, 515-323-6487