Lindsey Urband, MD

Orthopedic Hand Surgeon located in Pomona, CA & Victorville, CA

About Dr. Urband

Lindsey Urband, MD, is a board-certified and fellowship-trained hand, upper extremity, and microsurgeon at the four Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Institute offices in Victorville, Pomona, and Barstow, California. She specializes in treating complicated fractures, Deupuytren’s contractures, nerve problems, and arthritis of the hand and upper extremity.

Dr. Urband earned her medical degree at the University of Minnesota Medical School in Minneapolis. She completed a general surgery internship at the University of Minnesota and then traveled to the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine for an orthopedic residency. She finished her formal education with an orthopedic surgery fellowship at the Hand Center in San Antonio, Texas.

When she’s not at work, Dr. Urband enjoys traveling and has worked on three surgical mission trips to Guatemala as a medical interpreter and assistant surgeon. She is an active person and likes running, cycling, paddle boarding, alpine skiing, and salsa dancing. Dr. Urband spent some time as a speed skater, which helps her understand athletic injuries and the importance for athletes to safely and effectively return to competition.

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Lindsey Urband, MD, is a board-certified and fellowship-trained hand, upper extremity, and microsurgeon at the four Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Institute offices in Victorville, Pomona, and Barstow, California. She specializes in treating complicated fractures, Deupuytren’s contractures, nerve problems, and arthritis of the hand and upper extremity.

Dr. Urband earned her medical degree at the University of Minnesota Medical School in Minneapolis. She completed a general surgery internship at the University of Minnesota and then traveled to the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine for an orthopedic residency. She finished her formal education with an orthopedic surgery fellowship at the Hand Center in San Antonio, Texas.

When she’s not at work, Dr. Urband enjoys traveling and has worked on three surgical mission trips to Guatemala as a medical interpreter and assistant surgeon. She is an active person and likes running, cycling, paddle boarding, alpine skiing, and salsa dancing. Dr. Urband spent some time as a speed skater, which helps her understand athletic injuries and the importance for athletes to safely and effectively return to competition.


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