Since 1982, The Roderique Centre has welcomed patients with hand and upper extremity injuries. The majority of patients are from the greater metro-Atlanta area, but many come from outlying areas throughout Georgia. Approximately 90 percent of the patients treated at The Roderique Centre have sustained work-related injuries. The primary goal of The Roderique Centre is to provide the highest quality care of the hand and upper extremity. To accomplish this not only are there spacious well-equipped treatment rooms, but there is also an efficient hand therapy center as well as a technically advanced surgical suite designed specifically for surgery of the hand and upper extremity. Whether the problem is a simple laceration or a more severe injury involving lacerated tendons and nerves, fractures or dislocations of the hand, forearm, or shoulder, The Roderique Centre renders quality care aimed at restoring the extremity to its pre-injury level of function as quickly as possible. Although special emphasis is placed on the acutely injured patient, common problems like carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, de Quervain's disease, tenosynovitis, trigger finger, ganglia, tennis elbow, and rotator cuff tears are only a few of the problems treated on a daily basis at The Roderique Centre. Less frequently, the problem demands advanced sophisticated methods of bony or microvascular reconstruction drawing on the vast experience and training of Dr. Roderique.