Dr. Gramig specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of the upper extremity focusing on the hand, wrist, and elbow. In his practice, Dr. Gramig predominantly cares for patients with injuries and disorders involving the upper extremity. These conditions can result from traumatic, overuse, athletic, or workers’ compensation injuries or conditions such as arthritis. These conditions often require surgical intervention. Dr. Gramig’s patients range from pediatric to geriatric stages of life.
Dr. Gramig is a native of Tennessee. He attended the University of Tennessee where he obtained a BA in biology and was selected as a Phi Beta Kappa. He went on to the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center to complete his medical degree and was selected to Alpha Omega Alpha. He completed his surgical and orthopedic surgery residency at the renowned Campbell Clinic in Memphis, Tennessee. He then went on to fellowship training at the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center to complete his specialized upper extremity training.