Grant R. Lohse, MD
Grant R. Lohse, MD
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Dr. Lohse is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with fellowship training in hand, wrist, and elbow surgery. He cares for both adults and children. In addition to general orthopaedics, he specializes in upper extremity nerve problems, tendon and ligament injuries, fractures, and arthritis.
He has pioneered work in accelerated recovery after wrist fractures and performed cutting edge cartilage transplantation for the treatment of arthritis.
Dr. Lohse grew up in Indiana. He received his bachelors of science in Mechanical Engineering, graduating with highest honors, from Purdue University. He went on to attend medical school at Northwestern University where he graduated Alpha Omega Alpha (highest honors). Dr. Lohse completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at the University of Washington before going onto subspecialty training in hand and upper extremity surgery at Vanderbilt University.
Dr. Lohse’s care philosophy is centered around education. He believes patients are best able to participate in their care when they thoroughly understand their problem and treatment options. Additionally, Dr. Lohse feels strongly that treatment must be individualized, as the same condition may affect two people very differently.
Dr. Lohse is one of only two hand surgeons on the eastside to be named “Top Doc” by Seattle Magazine, Seattle Met Magazine and Castle Connolly.
When not at work, Dr. Lohse enjoys spending time with this wife and three children. He steals away for a run when possible and otherwise enjoys skiing (snow and water), hiking and camping.
Specialities & Areas of Focus
Upper extremity fracture
Nerve decompression and repair
Joint replacement of fingers, hand, wrist, and elbow
American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Seattle Met Top Doctor 2014
Seattle Met Top Doctor 2015
Seattle Met Top Doctor 2016
Seattle Met Top Doctor 2017
Seattle Met Top Doctor 2018
Seattle Met Top Doctor 2019
Seattle Met Top Doctor 2020
Seattle Met Top Doctor 2021
Seattle Met Top Doctor 2022
Seattle Magazine Top Doctor 2020
Castle Connolly Top Doctor 2019
Castle Connolly Top Doctor 2020
Castle Connolly Top Doctor 2021
Castle Connolly Top Doctor 2022
Dr. Lohse came to my rescue and diagnosed my difficulty when the original surgeon wouldn’t even consider that any thing was wrong with his work. My hero will get full recommendation to other family members who need treatment, and they do.
Dr. Lohse is very kind, gentle, patient and thoughtful. He ensures that I get enough time and has been very reassuring throughout my complex care. He is a talented surgeon who did an outstanding job with three hand surgeries simultaneously. Dr. Lohse is a contemplative man with the best bedside manner of any physician I have ever had. I could not recommend him any higher. You are in great hands with Dr. Lohse.
Dr. Lohse not only did an excellent job on my Carpel Tunnel Surgery on both of my hands but I was very impressed by his professional manner during the surgery… In addition his consultations both before and after the surgery were very informative and helpful. In addition, he showed that he really cares about his patients by the way he talks to you. I would not hesitate to use him again if I need his services.
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