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Dr. Allison Hunter, Hand & Upper Extremity Specialist to Provide Community Talk Entitled “Solutions For Common Hand Disorders”

January 8, 2024

Fellowship-trained Hand/Elbow Specialist to speak at Complimentary Community Lunch & Learn – Foley Senior Center on February 16

Daphne, AL (January 8, 2024) – Our hands play an invaluable role in how we live our lives, performing actions that help make us who we are. When injury or disease of the bones, nerves, joints, and muscles threatens their functioning, overall quality of life is at risk of being sidelined as well. The public is invited to learn more by attending a complimentary Lunch & Learn, hosted by Foley Senior Center on February 16, featuring Dr. Allison Hunter, fellowship-trained hand and upper extremity surgeon with Baldwin Bone & Joint. Hunter’s talk is entitled, “Solutions for Common Hand Disorders.” The discussion will include interactive hand/elbow examinations.

Friday, February 16
11 am – 12 noon
Foley Senior Center
304 E Rose Ave Foley, AL
RSVP: 251-943-1877 by 2/14

Throughout her training, Hunter has worked with patients of all ages, from children to aging adults, to injured athletes and workers — treating everything from arthritis, tendonitis, and carpal tunnel syndrome to neuropathies, hand, wrist and elbow fractures, and tendon reconstructions.

A native of Eastern Kentucky, Hunter received her medical degree from the University of Louisville School of Medicine in 2015. She completed her orthopaedic surgery residency at UAB and fellowship training at the Philadelphia Hand to Shoulder Center at Thomas Jefferson University in Pennsylvania.

“I truly value the opportunity to develop personal connections with patients and to help improve their lives,” Hunter said. “Whether it is pain, dysfunction, or disfigurement, I want to understand the problem and together choose the most appropriate, effective solution as a team.”

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Since 1989, Baldwin Bone & Joint has provided expert care to patients of all ages, with all conditions. As fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeons and experienced clinicians, they are recognized leaders in the field of orthopaedics, providing the most current treatment available. With eighteen licensed medical providers on staff, Baldwin Bone & Joint is the largest privately-owned orthopaedic specialty practice in Baldwin County. Office locations include Daphne, Bay Minette, Foley, and Atmore. Specialized clinics available are The Spine Institute at Baldwin Bone & Joint, The Center for Sports Medicine, The Shoulder Center at Baldwin Bone & Joint and The Osteo Health Clinic. To learn more, visit or call (251) 625-2663.