Mark W. Scanlan, MD

Mark W. Scanlan, M.D. joined Connecticut Orthopaedics in 2005. He is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon with a specialty interest in trauma/fracture surgery and surgery of the hand, wrist and elbow.

Primary Specialty

Additional Specialties

Trauma and Fractures
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Phone:
203.407.3539
Fax:
203.287.7316

Education and Training

  • B.A. Duke University
  • M.D. Columbia University
  • Residency in Orthopaedics - New York Orthopaedic Hospital of Columbia University
  • Fellowship in Surgery of the Hand, Wrist and Elbow - Hospital for Joint Diseases/New York University Medical School

Board Certifications

  • Orthopaedic Surgery

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" I appreciated Dr Scanlon's explanations and discussion regarding my pain. I understood what he was saying and am following thru on what to do to help alleviate the pain. The entire staff was excellent, very little time in waiting and check in was easy. "

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" While I know the Dr is busy, the wait in the small room for 20 min. was irritating. I recommend you leave some reading material in the small room. explanation of my problem and therapy "

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" Very pleased with the way I e was treated! Bruce "

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" I could not have been more impressed with Dr. Scanlon. He took the time to listen and assess my problem. He outlined my options and plan of care. He was both friendly, caring, and extremely knowledgeable. He clearly is an expert in his field. I have since spoken to some friends and family who have also spoken very highly of him. "

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" Dr Scanlan addressed my concern without having to take x-rays, and treated me with kindness and consideration. Physician was great, took good care of me. Staff was kind and told me what to expect. "

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Full Biography

Mark W. Scanlan, M.D. joined Connecticut Orthopaedics in 2005. He is a board-certified orthopaedic surgeon with a specialty interest in trauma/fracture surgery and surgery of the hand, wrist and elbow.

After graduating with honors from Duke University, Dr. Scanlan obtained his medical degree from Columbia University where he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. He then completed a year of general surgical training at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City followed by 4 years of orthopaedic residency training at the New York Orthopaedic Hospital of Columbia University. Dr. Scanlan then went on to complete a year of fellowship training in surgery of the hand, wrist and elbow at the Hospital for Joint Diseases/New York University Medical School. Following this he traveled briefly to Tampa, Florida to train in orthopaedic trauma surgery.

Dr. Scanlan is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and a candidate member of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand. He is an attending surgeon and clinical instructor at Yale New Haven Hospital/ Yale University School of Medicine and the Hospital of Saint Rapheal in New Haven, CT.

Dr. Scanlan has published book chapters and scientific literature in the hand and trauma surgery literature. His areas of interest include trauma/fracture care of the upper and lower extremities and surgery of the hand, wrist and elbow. He lives with his wife and three children in Branford, CT.

Associations

  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • American Society for Surgery of the Hand

Awards

  • Castle Connolly Top Doctor – 2019
  • New York-Presbyterian Hospital: Robert E. Caroll, M.D. Hand Resident for Excellence in Orthopaedic Surgery Award – 2004

Research and Publications

  • Scanlan MW, Ehrlich RV, Strauch RJ. Partially retained small finger flexor digitorum profundus function despite complete tendon loss in the forearm. J Hand Surg [AM]. 2004 Jul; 29(4): 591-4.
  • Scanlan MW, Rosenwasser MP, Strauch RJ. Management of distal biceps tendon rupture. Osteo Trauma Care. 2002; 10: 1-7.
  • Storper IS, Spitzer JB, Scanlan MW. Use of glycopyrrolate in the treatment of Meniere’s Disease. Laryngoscope. 1998; 108: 1442-1445.
  • Scanlan MW, Strauch RJ. Distal Biceps Repair. Scheduled for publication in Atlas of the Hand Clinics, Dec 2005.
  • Scanlan MW, Sarwahi V. Scapholunate injuries: Blass capsulodesis in Baratz ME, Adams B, Kozin S, Rosenwasser M (eds): Wrist Surgery: Tricks of the Trade. Theime Medical Publishers, Scheduled for publication 2006.
  • Scanlan MW, Sarwahi V. Scapholunate injuries: Brunelli repair in Baratz ME, Adams B.
  • Kozin S, Rosenwasser M (eds): Wrist Surgery: Tricks of the Trade. Theime Medical Publishers, Scheduled for publication 2006.
  • Scanlan MW, Sarwahi V. Scapholunate injuries: bone-ligament-bone repair in Baratz ME, Adams B. Kozin S, Rosenwasser M (eds): Wrist Surgery: Tricks of the Trade. Theime Medical Publishers, Scheduled for publication 2006.

Appointments

  • Clinical Instructor at Yale New Haven Hospital/ Yale University School of Medicine & YNHH-Saint Rapheal Campus