Erin Campaigniac, MD, FACS
- Hand Surgery
- Languages Spoken:
Undergraduate: Bowdoin College
Medical Education: The State University of New York at Buffalo
Residency: University of Massachusetts Medical School
Fellowship: University of Massachusetts Medical School
- Board Certifications:
- Hand Surgery, Surgery
- Medical Staff Status:
- Samaritan Provider
- Accepting New Patients:
- Clinical Interests:
- Arthroscopic Surgery, Arthritis Management, Carpal Tunnel Surgery, Fractures
Dr. Campaigniac specializes in hand surgery and treating patients of all ages.
She treats chronic conditions such as arthritis, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome and Dupuytren’s flexion contractures as well as hand trauma injuries. She stays well-versed in developing technologies in hand surgery so she can offer her patients the most innovative and least-invasive techniques of treatment, as well as patient education, before recommending surgery.
An example of her commitment to innovative and less-invasive treatments is in her use of Xiaflex® in treating Dupuytren’s disease, which involves an injection as opposed to surgery and long-term therapy. When treating trauma cases, Dr. Campaigniac incorporates tried-and-true methods of reconstruction, coupled with the latest technology in wound care, such as ACell MatriStem® MicroMatrix™, to minimize the invasiveness of surgery and optimize healing to get patients back to work or play quickly.
Whether it’s a work or athletic injury or a chronic condition such as rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis, Dr. Campaigniac takes pride in using a team approach with the on-site hand therapists at Samaritan Orthopedics – Luis Vela, DO, in helping patients improve their health and quality of life.
In her free time, she enjoys exploring the outdoors and traveling with her family to expose her children to new experiences and adventures.