Sandra Collins, M.D. received a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from St. Mary’s College of Maryland, after which she worked at The Johns Hopkins University, performing microbiology research on retroviral diseases. She then attended University of Maryland Medical School, and stayed in Baltimore to do her orthopedic residency at University of Maryland Medical System, which included achieving a certificate in Orthopaedic Traumatology from The Shock Trauma Center. Dr. Collins completed her fellowship in hand and microvascular surgery at Duke University Medical Center.
After completing a fellowship in hand and microvascular surgery at Duke University Medical Center, a regional reimplantation center and level 1 trauma center, Dr. Sandra Collins moved to Virginia, where she served as Director of Hand Surgery at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Medical Center. She also served on orthopedic staff at the Level 1 trauma center, and was a clinical instructor for the University of Virginia orthopedic residency program.
Sandra Collins, M.D. continues to focus her practice on reconstruction and rehabilitation of traumatic injuries and arthritic conditions. Dr. Collins looks forward to helping you regain the function of your hands and upper extremity.
Hand and Upper ExtremityBasilar Joint Arthritis • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome • Congenital Deformities • Crush Injuries to Hand and Fingers • De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis • Dermal Filler Injection for Hand Rejuvenation • Dupuytren’s Disease • Elbow and Wrist Pain • Hand and Finger Pain • Elbow, Forearm, Wrist and Hand Fractures • Finger Joint Replacement • Reimplantation • Tendon, Ligament, & Nerve Injuries • Tennis & Golfer’s Elbow • TFCC Injuries • Trigger Fingers
“Dr. Collins accurately diagnosed my problem and also found a ganglion cyst in my hand. Surgery was outpatient. She was a very nice person. Excellent service.”
“Absolutely LOVED Dr. Collins when she did my wrist surgery. I would suggest her to anyone!”