Dr. S. Andrei Ostric is board certified by both the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Association of Hand Surgery.
After earning his degree in Psychology from Knox College in Illinois, Dr. Ostric received his medical degree and did residencies in general surgery, plastic surgery, reconstructive surgery at Rush Medical College in Chicago. From there, he completed a Hand and Microvascular Fellowship at Southern Illinois University. Dr. Ostric focuses on his expertise in plastic and reconstructive surgeries on injuries and disorders of the hand. He and his family reside on the lakeshore.
Ryan TerLouw, M.D. is a plastic surgeon who completed his undergraduate studies at Hope College and attended medical school at the University of Iowa.
He went on to attend Georgetown University in Washington DC for his plastic and reconstructive surgery residency. Afterward, he completed a fellowship in facial reconstruction at the Royal Free Hospital in London, England and Erasmus University Hospital in the Netherlands.
Dr. TerLouw offers a wide range of aesthetic and reconstructive surgeries including surgery of the hand. He specializes in reconstruction of head and neck, skin cancers as well as facial reanimation after facial paralysis.
His interests include facial reconstruction, skin cancer, migraine headache surgery, breast reconstruction, surgery of the hand and cosmetic surgery. He is currently accepting new patients.
Dr. TerLouw and his wife reside on the lakeshore and enjoy the outdoors, traveling, and spending time with their family.
Amy is an occupational therapist and certified hand therapist.
Amy received her bachelor’s degree in health sciences and master’s degree in occupational therapy from Grand Valley State University. She worked as an occupational therapist at a large trauma center in Fort Wayne, IN before returning to MI. She worked in Fremont for 13 years as an outpatient OT. She obtained her hand therapist certification in 2007. Amy’s passion is helping patients reach their full potential after devastating hand or upper extremity injuries. When she is not working, she enjoys baking and spending time with family.
Kristin is an occupational therapist.
Kristin has been an Occupational Therapist since 2008. She received her Bachelor’s in Health Sciences and Master’s in Occupational Therapy from Baker College of Flint and Center for Graduate Studies. Kristin’s primary goal is to get her patients back to independence within their daily lives. When not seeing patients Kristin enjoys snowmobiling and golfing with her husband.