About Dr. Vagner
Gregg A. Vagner, MD, is an orthopedic surgeon in Austin, TX, focused on hand, wrist, and elbow treatment. He dedicates his practice to providing patients with relief through conservative initial treatments and can perform advanced surgical treatments as needed.
Dr. Vagner is double board-certified surgeon with experience handling everything up to Level 1 trauma injuries.
His passion for helping patients achieve comfort, mobility, and full functionality in their upper extremities is what drives Dr. Vagner to be the best in his field. He is double board-certified in both orthopedic surgery and hand surgery. He is also an Assistant Professor of Surgery and Perioperative Care at Dell Medical School, and the Hand and Wrist Surgery Consultant for the University of Texas Athletics.
Why Patients Choose Dr. Vagner
“If you need hand surgery of any kind, Dr. Vagner is the very best in Austin. All my crafter friends take note. He did my carpal tunnel release and 1 1/2 years later it is still feeling awesome.”
Schedule an Appointment Today
If you are experiencing pain in your lower arm or hand, you should not wait to see a specialist like Gregg A. Vagner, MD. The longer you wait to have your elbow, wrist, or hand examined, the more pain you'll experience. If the bone is fractured, it may heal improperly, leading to chronic pain and impaired utility.
For your orthopedic needs, trust your care to Dr. Vagner, an orthopedic surgeon serving patients from throughout the greater Austin, TX, area. We invite you to schedule a consultation today so Dr. Vagner can evaluate your situation and determine what sort of treatment will be best for you.
You can schedule a consultation today by booking online or by calling:
The Practice Philosophy of Gregg A. Vagner, MD
We combine the latest research and techniques with good, evidence-based medicine to serve patients from throughout the greater Austin, TX, area.
Real Patient Reviews
March 23, 2019
Dr Vagner was recommended by my personal physician who is rated one of the Top Doctors in Austin. I needed immediate surgery on both hands for severe carpal tunnel and Dr Vagner's office accommodated my scheduling needs with a next day appointment. Within a week of first visiting Dr Vagner I had the surgery with only minor discomfort over a 24 hour period. Within 9 days, the stitches were out and I have seen improvement from the nerve damage. I am hopeful that within 6 to 9 months my full feeling will be restored.
His staff was always friendly. He was either early for my appointment or right on time. View On Yelp
June 25, 2016
Dr Vagner, is a very kind and knowledgeable surgeon. my right wrist was badly injured during my service in the United States Marine Corps. While in the service I had two surgeries and they were completely ineffective. The VA refused to consider any treatment whatsoever. I went to see dr. Vagner, he did a few tests and determined that surgery was necessary. There was a large amount of scar tissue in that area. After the surgery I was able to feel my index finger and thumb for the first time in 15 years. Due to stupidity on my part 3 weeks after surgery I acquired an infection in my hand. Within 4 hours of contacting came through the call service I was admitted to a local hospital and had surgery. My hand and wrist are strong something I thought I would never be able to say again. He is an amazing surgeon and a wonderful human being. I would like to also mention that all the members of The Practice are very professional, courteous and helpful. I would highly recommend Dr Vagner! View On Yelp
Sports Medicine Procedures
Gregg A. Vagner, MD, is no stranger to sports medicine. In fact, he serves as the hand surgery consultant for the University of Texas athletic department. Athletic activity can often lead to both traumatic injuries like fractures and chronic conditions like tennis elbow. In the field of sports medicine, some of the conditions Dr. Vagner regularly treats include:
More Conditions We Treat
Dr. Vagner has a wide range of experience in treating various hand, wrist, and elbow injuries. Some of the most common injuries and issues we treat include:
- Athletic Hand Injuries
- Broken Arms
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
- Elbow Bursitis
- Elbow Fractures
- Forearm Fractures
- Ganglion Cyst
- Hand Fractures
- Post-Traumatic Arthritis
- Radial Head Fractures
- Rotator Cuff Injuries
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Scaphoid Fractures
- Skier's Thumb
- Tennis Elbow
- Thumb Arthritis
- Trigger Finger
- Wrist Fractures
- Wrist Arthritis
- Ulnar Nerve Entrapment
Why Should I See an Orthopedic Surgeon?
Orthopedic specialists like Gregg A. Vagner, MD, receive advanced education in the musculoskeletal system after standard medical school. Orthopedic physicians usually specialize in one part of the body, such as the knee, ankle, or spine. Dr. Vagner specializes in the elbow, wrist, and hand.
If you are experiencing pain in any of the joints in your arm, it is best to seek the expert advice of an experienced, highly trained orthopedic physician like Dr. Vagner. At his offices in Austin and Cedar Park, TX, Dr. Vagner can evaluate your joint pain and diagnose the condition with greater accuracy than a general physician. Should orthopedic surgery, such as joint replacement, be necessary, only an orthopedic surgeon is qualified to perform the procedure.
To schedule a consultation, book online or call:
More Patient Reviews
February 23, 2015
Dr. Vagner came very highly recommended to me by another physician. I was not disappointed! He's a great listener and very brilliant. He took time with me, and explained everything to me in layman's terms that I could understand. His staff was very friendly, efficient, and helpful.
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Susan Porter Stahl
April 20, 2018
Dr. Vagner is great. He’s got a kind, caring, knowledgeable manner. I have recommended him to friends.
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We Recommend Surgery as a Last Resort
Orthopedic surgery can achieve life-changing results, but non-invasive treatments can sometimes be equally effective. Because of his commitment to conservative care, Dr. Vagner's first instinct is always to consider non-invasive methods before surgical methods. Some of the non-invasive techniques Dr. Vagner utilizes include:
Ice Packs or Heating Pads
Dr. Vagner accepts many, but not all, insurance plans for orthopedic surgery and non-invasive treatment at his practice locations in Austin and Cedar Park, TX. If you are unsure if your insurance plan can cover treatment with our surgeon, we recommend contacting our office or your insurance provider directly to understand your coverage before coming in for treatment.
For portions of the cost that may not be covered by your insurance, we can offer payment plans to qualifying patients.
Rate & Review
"I am committed to using experience, along with the latest techniques and technologies, to help my patients achieve the full function, mobility, and comfort in their hand, wrist, and arm that they experienced prior to their injury."Dr. Gregg Vagner