Long Island Plastic Surgeons Launch Website for Hand Reconstruction

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Long Island Plastic Surgical Group has officially launched its website for the Institute for Hand Surgery to educate the public on hand and peripheral nerve reconstruction.

GARDEN CITY, NY – The Institute for Hand Surgery at Long Island Plastic Surgical Group (LIPSG) is dedicated to helping people restore form and function that have been affected by conditions of the upper extremity and peripheral nervous system. To provide an all-inclusive resource for people to learn about these common diseases and injuries, the Long Island reconstructive hand surgeons have launched their official website. The new site incorporates interactive and user-friendly components, allowing visitors to conveniently find the information they are seeking.

Similar to other websites under the LIPSG name, the Institute for Hand Surgery utilizes a responsive website design. This advanced capability allows users to access the website from any Internet-compatible device and receive an automatically resized version of the site for easy viewing. Additionally, the new website provides interactive features for visitors, including a “Select Your Area of Concern” section on the homepage, where people can click on specific areas of the body to discover relevant symptoms and conditions. The site also has a message board available, where visitors can post questions and start discussions with the doctors and other visitors.

To ensure people can easily find the Institute for Hand Surgery’s website, each page has been optimized using best SEO practices. Through these efforts, individuals looking for details about their upper extremity and peripheral nervous system can better locate the LIPSG specialty site in search engine results. Once active on the website, visitors will discover a comprehensive collection of informational content that was specifically created for the practice.

The LIPSG hand surgeons worked closely with digital marketing firm Rosemont Media for the development of their website. Through this collaboration, the doctors were able to help create a unique online resource for the public while remaining on-brand with the official Long Island Plastic Surgical Group name. With the recent launch of their site, the team at the Institute for Hand Surgery hopes to help people become more familiar with hand and nerve conditions as well as possible treatments that can help them restore optimal form and function to their body.

Institute for Hand Surgery at LIPSG

The Institute for Hand Surgery is a division of Long Island Plastic Surgical Group, the longest running plastic surgery practice in North America. Operated by seven of the practice’s board-certified plastic surgeons, the Institute offers patients an enhanced level of care made possible by their comprehensive knowledge of how the bone and soft tissues relate. The group is composed of Dr. Roger L. Simpson, Dr. Bruce W. Brewer, Dr. Laurence T. Glickman, Dr. Thomas A. Davenport, Dr. Brian A. Pinsky, Dr. Haritha B. Veeramachaneni, and Dr. Michael R. Christy. With six to eight years of primary training and additional specialty training in hand reconstruction, the surgeons are proficient in treating the full spectrum of conditions relating to the upper extremity and peripheral nervous system. The doctors are available for interview upon request.

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Institute for Hand Surgery at LIPSG
Jeanine DiGennaro
(833) 469-4263
[email protected]

Rosemont Media
(858) 200-0044

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Katie is the Senior Content & SEO Strategist at Rosemont Media. Growing up in Illinois surrounded by corn fields, Katie started her transition west by attending Augustana College in the Quad Cities, where she received her BA in Business Administration and Communication Studies. After earning her degree, Katie made her way to San Diego to experience the bliss of living in paradise as she pursued a career in marketing. A Midwesterner at heart, she ultimately returned to Illinois to be closer to family. In her free time, Katie enjoys spending time outdoors, reading, and exploring the local brewery scene.