Adam T. Griska, M.D.
A graduate of Tufts University School of Medicine, Dr. Adam Griska joined the OAL team in 2015. He is fellowship trained in hand surgery, including elbow arthroscopy, reconstruction, and replacement.
Whether it’s treating finger injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist fractures, or hand arthritis, nothing is more satisfying to him than restoring people’s upper extremity function and allowing them to return to using their hands without pain.
When Dr. Griska isn’t taking care of patients, he can be found spending time with his wife and children.
- Fractures & Sprains
- Undergraduate Education: Brown University, Providence, RI
- Medical School: Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA
- Residency: Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA Includes training at Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
- Fellowship: Tufts – New England Baptist Combined Hand Surgery Fellowship, Boston, MA
- Licenses: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
- American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
- American Society for Surgery of the Hand
- North Pointe Surgery Center
- Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health
- Orthopedic Associates of Lancaster, Ltd.
- Health Volunteers Overseas
- American Association for Hand Surgery
- Griska AT, Paul Feldon, MD, Wafer Resection of the Distal Ulna, Journal of Hand Surgery American., Vol. 40, November 2015, Pages 2283-2288
- Vakhshori V, Milby A, Griska AT, Arlet V, Balance Cranial Suspension in the Correction of Cervicothoracic Deformity, University of Pennsylvania Orthopaedics Journal, Vol. 24, June 2014
- Griska AT, Dunn R, Mehta S, Ahn J, Are Traction Radiographs or CT Scans of the Distal Humerus Fracture Preferred for Fracture Characterization and Surgical Planning?
- Griska AT, Ahn J, Penn Orthopaedics in Nicaragua, University of Pennsylvania Orthopaedics Journal, Vol. 23, June 2013
- Hand Section Editor, University of Pennsylvania Orthopedic Journal
- Co-Author, Penn Presbyterial Medical Center-Philadelphia, PA Supervisor: David Bozentka, M.D., Department of Orthopaedics, Scaphoid Waist Fracture, Orthopedics, November 2012, Volume 35, Number 11, Pages 963-964
- Contributing Author, Orthopedic Secrets: 4th Edition, Chapters 41-Soft Tissue Injuries and Disorders of the Hand, 44-Kienbӧck’s Disease, 45-Nerve Entrapments of the Hand and Wrist, 46-Tenosynovitis of the Hand, Wrist, and Forearm
- Research Assistant, Abington Memorial Hospital- Abington, PA Supervisor: Andrew Star, M.D., Department of Orthopedic Surgery. Perception of the Prosthesis in Total Knee and Total Hip replacements.
- #1 in my book! This team replaced my right knee, and are now in the prep stages to replace the left one. One stop shopping as far as diagnosis, actual surgery at Lancaster General, along with rehab. The surgery team is great, and the rehab team very easy to work with and very thorough.
- My doctor and staff took the time to explain the cause and treatment I would receive. Very professional!
- Absolutely amazing such nice doctors and nurses went out of there way for me highly recommend them! Thank you to all you helped me!
- I knew I dislocated my finger when it was sticking out at a 45° angle from my hand. I thought I got it back into place, but was very grateful to have OAL‘s urgent care facility to go to to confirm. X-rays confirmed that it was still out of place and that there was also a fracture. I was then scheduled for an appointment with the hand specialist Dr. Griska five days later. I love having the option of an urgent care with orthopedic staff. Thank you OAL!
- All staff were very friendly and professional. Dr. Hyatt was thorough, did not rush through the appointment and answered all of our questions.