Letitia Lansing, MD
Dr. Letitia Lansing is a graduate of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine and continued her five year orthopedic residency there as well. She went on to complete her fellowship specializing in hand and microsurgery from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. She is board certified and also completed her subspecialty certification in surgery of the hand.
Dr. Lansing is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in hand, upper extremity and microsurgery. Her practice includes all aspects of treatment to the hand, wrist, arm, and elbow, with particular expertise in the treatment and reconstruction of wrist problems and traumatic injuries.
Dr. Lansing believes the success of her patient’s care relies heavily on their understanding of the diagnosis and treatment options available to them. “Communication in the physician-patient relationship is the key to the best outcome. I find that when my patient and I are on the same page, together we achieve the best results. My goal is to relieve pain and restore function, allowing my patient’s to live life to the fullest.”
Away from the office, Dr. Lansing loves spending quality time with her husband and children. She loves traveling, photography, running, crossfit, golfing, and skiing.