I needed to get the dupuytrens contracture on my left, dominant hand released. I'd done the right hand a few years ago, and it had worked out well. I had postponed the left hand because I knew it would be out of commission for some days or weeks. So the ring finger was at about 90 degrees. One other surgeon I saw suggested a skin graft might be necessary. Another thought he might have to install a "digit widget" once he got into the surgery, with bone pins protruding from my left ring finger and a device on my wrist pulling on those pins to straighten my finger. Dr. Gordon said neither of those would be necessary, and he was right. The staff is lovely, appointments happened in an efficient manner, the surgery center was very handy, warm, professional, confidence-boosting. My hand healed up very quickly, with a nice straight ring finger - all my fingers are playing on the hand team again, thankfully. I thank Dr. Gordon and his staff and the surgery center staff for their fine care, close attention, and ready availability. I would go back to Dr. Gordon in a heartbeat for anything related to my hands.