James F. Bischoff M.D. has practiced medicine in Tulsa, Oklahoma since 1988. After completing a fellowship in Hand Surgery at The Campbell Clinic, he joined Hand Surgery Incorporated with William Harrison M.D. and Michael Clendenin M.D. The physicians at Hand Surgery Incorporated helped develop and refine the first single portal technique with Dr. John Agee for endoscopic carpal tunnel release.
Dr. Bischoff joined Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center in 2000 and was the hand surgeon for The University Of Tulsa, the Tulsa Drillers and North Eastern Oklahoma University. Dr. Bischoff’s practice is focused on treating conditions of the hand and wrist with special emphasis on carpal tunnel and cubital tunnel syndrome. He is a Clinical Instructor at The University Of Oklahoma. Dr. Bischoff is a founding member of The Oklahoma Surgical Hospital and Medical Director of Oklahoma Surgical Hospital.
Education, Training, and Affiliations
Undergraduate Degree: Bachelors of Science in Biology from The University of Houston, Summa Cum Laude
Recipient Phi Kappa Phi National Scholarship
Medical Degree: Baylor College Of Medicine
Internship: Rotating Surgical Internship at Scott and White Memorial Hospital in Temple, Texas.
Residency: Orthopedic Surgery Residency at Texas A&M School Of Medicine
Fellowship: Hand Fellowship at The Campbell Clinic in Memphis, Tennessee
Board-Certified: American Board of Orthopedic Surgery