Matthew Butler, MD, to Specialize in Musculoskeletal Care
Matthew Butler, MD, is now on the medical staff of Appleton Medical Center and Theda Clark Medical Center, as an orthopaedic and hand surgeon who provides musculoskeletal care for the upper extremities. He is a member of the staff at the Hand to Shoulder Center of Wisconsin.
Dr. Butler has special interest in joint replacement surgery, fracture care, tendon disorders and nerve compression syndromes. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame and completed his medical degree at the University of Florida where he received the Medical Guild Award for academic excellence. Dr. Butler completed his residency training in orthopaedic surgery at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and pursued a fellowship in hand and microvascular surgery at the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center. He has authored a variety of research publications and belongs to several professional associations, including the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the Wisconsin Medical Society.
Leading an active lifestyle outside of work, Dr. Butler likes to be with his family and spend time outdoors. He also enjoys running, cycling, fishing and cooking.
Appleton Medical Center (AMC) is a 160-bed acute care hospital that opened in 1958. In addition to general medical and surgical care, services include the Appleton Heart Institute, which was the first and most advanced cardiac care program to be established north of Madison and Milwaukee more than 30 years ago. Other specialized services include a fully staffed emergency department, birthing services, the Groth Surgery Center, and the Martha Siekeman Cancer Center and ThedaCare Cancer Care, which includes radiation oncology, CyberKnife®, TomoTherapy™ and stereotactic radiotherapy and radiosurgery. Appleton Medical Center is an accredited Chest Pain Center by the national Society of Chest Pain Centers.
Theda Clark Medical Center is a 166-bed acute care hospital founded in 1909. In addition to general medical and surgical care, specialized services include a birth center, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin-Fox Valley, including a regional neonatal intensive care unit serving eight counties, and the Aylward Outpatient Surgery Center. Theda Clark is the region’s only American College of Surgeons Verified Level II Trauma Center, which includes ThedaStar Air Medical Helicopter. Theda Clark Medical Center also offers comprehensive neuroscience care and the Theda Clark Stroke Center was the first stroke center in Northeast Wisconsin to be certified as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission for Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). The hospital also has the area’s most advanced inpatient rehabilitation facility. The Bariatric Program at Theda Clark, along with Midwest Bariatric Solutions and its surgeons, have jointly received two Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence designations by the American College of Surgeons and the American Society for Bariatric Surgery. Since 2004, Theda Clark has been honored nationally by the U.S. Health and Human Services department for achieving one of the highest organ donation rates in the country. The Theda Clark ThedaCare Surgery Center operates in Oshkosh.
ThedaCare™ is a community health system consisting of five hospitals: Appleton Medical Center, Theda Clark Medical Center, New London Family Medical Center, Shawano Medical Center, and Riverside Medical Center in Waupaca. ThedaCare also includes ThedaCare Physicians, ThedaCare Behavioral Health, ThedaCare At Work, and ThedaCare At Home. ThedaCare is the largest employer in Northeast Wisconsin with more than 6,175 employees. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.