Dr. Laura Alicia D'Agostino is a distinguished Hand Surgeon with a rich background in orthopedics, known for her expertise in hand and microsurgery. Born in Argentina, Dr. D'Agostino is certified in Hand Surgery by the Argentine Association for Hand Surgery and Reconstructive Surgery of the upper extremity and in Orthopedic Surgery by the College of Medical Doctors of Santa Fe, Argentina.
Dr. D'Agostino's journey in the field of medicine includes a Hand Surgery senior fellowship at the Christine M Kleinert Institute for Hand and Microsurgery (ACGME accredited). Her postgraduate training in Hand Surgery and Reconstructive Surgery of the upper extremity was conducted through the Argentine Association. Earlier, she pursued her Residency in Orthopedics at the Hospital Provincial de Rosario, Argentina, and later served as a Clinical Instructor in the Orthopedic Department at the University of Colorado.
Dr. D'Agostino has contributed significantly to her field, co-authoring "Tips and Tricks in Orthopedic Trauma: A case-based approach" (2017) and publishing "Tobacco use and neurogenesis: A theoretical review of pathophysiological mechanisms affecting the outcome of peripheral nerve regeneration" in the Journal of Orthopedics (2020). She has also served as an international guest speaker at the Mexican and Caribbean Hand Surgery international meeting in Oaxaca, Mexico (2013).
Fluent in English and Spanish, Dr. D'Agostino is not only dedicated to her medical practice but is also actively involved in community service, including volunteering at the Montessori School of Denver, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Volunteers of America, and Helping Hands of Boca Raton. Her personal interests include yoga, hiking, tennis, and reading. Dr. Laura A. D'Agostino brings a wealth of experience and a commitment to excellence in the field of Hand Surgery, making her a respected figure in both academic and professional circles.