Terre Haute

Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center
One Professional Center
1801 North 6th Street
Suite 300
Terre Haute, IN 47804

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Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

One Professional Center building

Our Orthopedic Doctors in Terre Haute

When you have any pain that’s holding you back, it’s time to see an experienced specialist who can put your mind at ease and offer expert orthopedic care for injuries and conditions affecting hands, wrists, elbows, and shoulders.

At Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center’s location in Terre Haute, Dr. Fischer and Dr. Peck provide each patient with an accurate diagnosis and customized treatment plan. Patients from across central Indiana—including the nearby towns of Cloverdale, Clinton, Sullivan, Rockville, Brazil, Stilesville, and other surrounding areas—come here when they want the most advanced non-surgical therapies and best surgical techniques available

Directions & Parking

Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center
One Professional Center
1801 North 6th Street, Suite 300
Terre Haute, IN 47804

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Parking is free.

Our office is southeast of Ouabache Elementary School, southwest of Collett Park, northeast of Woodlawn Cemetery, north of the Indiana State University campus, and west of the Wabash Valley Railroad Museum

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Plan Your Visit

Have a general question? Contact us at (317) 875-9105 or (800) 888-HAND weekdays during normal business hours, and we will assist you.

Before your appointment

What to bring

  • Insurance card (many insurance providers require you to have a referral or authorization from your primary care physician before treatment by a specialist; check with your insurance provider if you have any questions about your plan or coverage)
  • Government-issued photo ID
  • Any splint, brace, or other medical devices you may be using for your injury
  • List of all medications (over-the-counter, vitamin/herb, and prescription) you take, including doses and how often you take them
  • X-rays, MRIs, and any other imaging (not older than six months) related to your injury or condition
  • Clinic notes or operative reports from your referring physician related to your injury or condition

To request medical records and information, download and print the authorization to release medical information form (pdf).

 

Or, call us directly at (317) 875-9105 or (800) 888-HAND.