Dr. Tyson Cobb, certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, began his career at the Texas Tech School of Medicine. After graduating, he simultaneously completed his surgical residency and earned his MS in Biomedical Sciences at the renowned Mayo Clinic. Following these accomplishments, he obtained further expertise with a Fellowship in Hand and Microvascular Surgery at the University of Texas. He then relocated to the Davenport and Quad Cities area in 2000 to join the Orthopaedic Specialists team, where he currently serves as the Director of the Hand and Upper Extremity Center. Dr. Cobb is frequently invited to lecture and instruct skilled surgeons from around the globe in the techniques and technology he has devoted his career to developing. By helping to advance the field of minimally invasive hand and upper extremity surgery, he hopes to improve the quality of life for patients around the world.
Hand trauma, overuse injury, and deformity can limit your ability to perform simple and complex actions and reduce your quality of life. If you’re suffering from a fracture, arthritis, tendon tear, carpal tunnel syndrome, or another bothersome hand condition, Dr. Cobb offers surgical and non-surgical treatment options designed to improve function, decrease discomfort, and enhance your well-being with as little downtime as possible.
Arthritis of the wrist can make certain occupational and recreational activities difficult or impossible to perform. With the latest minimally invasive treatment techniques at his disposal, Dr. Cobb can address pain and mobility issues arising from arthritis and many other common and advanced wrist conditions, including fractures, tendon tears, ligament injuries, and cysts. Don’t allow pain stop you from enjoying life; let Dr. Cobb help you find relief.
Typically more complex to treat than other joints, elbow conditions require the care and expertise of a specialist. Dr. Cobb has developed patented devices that are designed to achieve exceptional results while increasing the rate of healing and reducing discomfort. Get back to your favorite activities sooner with the help of state-of-the-art treatment methods optimized with your needs, lifestyle, and goals in mind.
Your shoulder is designed to help you swing, lift, push, and press. An injury or other condition in this area can limit movement throughout your upper body, induce pain, and decrease your quality of life. Dr. Cobb also uses minimally invasive technique to treat many shoulder problems such as bursitis, impingement, tendon tears, rotator cuff injuries, and fractures. He can help to reduce or eliminate pain and get you back to work, to life, and to your favorite off-hours activities faster and with better results.
Dr. Tyson Cobb works closely with patients who suffer from problems of the elbow and shoulder, searching for the best possible solution for their unique needs.
There’s no such thing as too much of a good thing when it comes to results, and Dr. Cobb utilizes his extensive training to develop state-of-the-art medical devices designed to reduce downtime and maximize benefits. This combination of technique and technology is the cornerstone of his patient-centered philosophy. With the assistance of specialists at the American Hand Institute, he has successfully earned patents on several minimally invasive surgical apparatuses with additional devices in the process of securing approval. Recognizing the widespread need for advanced treatment, he also travels the globe training other leading professionals in the use of his innovations, helping patients at home and around the world achieve a greater quality of life faster, safer, and easier than ever.
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