“... After 4 years of constant pain, Dr. Purdy fixed my wrist when other Doctors said they would not touch my hand. Now I have fully recovered and have no pain. I refer her to everyone who says they have problems with their hands. She is great and so is her staff.”
August 25th 2011

Our Philosophy

Dr. Purdy and everyone on her team strive to do the right thing in all things, big and small. We have a heart for our patients, to listen and care. We commit ourselves to seeing you as a whole person, no just as a “case.” We will work together with you to reach the best outcome possible for your problem or injury.

Our Approach


"The Hand is the Dexterity of the Soul."

Our Team


The hand, wrist, forearm, and elbow are unique areas of the human body made up of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, nerves, skin, and blood vessels. These elements must all be in good working order for the extremity to function well.

The relationship between all these structures is delicate and refined. An injury or disease can affect any or all of these structures and impair the use of the extremity.

Not all problems treated by a hand surgeon need surgery. We often recommend non-surgical treatments, such as medication, splints, therapy, or injections.

If you have pain in your fingers, hand, wrist or elbow, or if you have other upper-extremity related concerns, contact us today to learn how Dr. Purdy can help improve your quality of life.



Meet Dr. Purdy

Dr. Beth Purdy has practiced in Phoenix since 1998, earning the confidence and loyalty of her patients. She is an expert in orthopedic surgery, specifically upper extremity surgery, with a special interest in congenital hand reconstruction and complex elbow reconstruction. Dr. Purdy completed her residency in orthopedic surgery from Summa Health System in Akron, Ohio - the first woman to accomplish this. She then received further specialized training in complex elbow problems at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Dr. Beth Purdy is Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery and has received the Specialty Certification in Hand Surgery. She served as President of ArMA (Arizona Medical Association) in 2009-2010 and continues to be active with both ArMA and other organizations defending patient access to health care and the freedom of patients and their physicians to direct that care as they see fit.

Office Staff

Christy Wilkinson, Assistant