Specialty: Hand Surgery



Specialty: Hand Surgery



Hand Surgery



> Hospital for Special Surgery, Cornell University, New York, NY - Fellowship, Hand and Upper Extremity
> University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA - Residency, Orthopaedic Surgery
> University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, NY - Doctor of Medicine
> Columbia University, New York, NY - Bachelor of Arts, Biochemistry

Certifications & Affiliations

Board Certified - American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery


Concord Hospital
New London Hospital
Orthopaedic Surgery Center

Professional Association

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow
American Association for Hand Surgery
American Society for Surgery of the Hand, Active Member
New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society, President (2011-Present)
New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society, Vice-President (2010-2011)
New Hampshire Medical Society, Executive Council Member (2011-Present)
New Hampshire Medical Society
Orthopaedic Research Society



Family time, hiking, skiing, and fishing

Clinical Interest

Hand Tendon & Elbow Biceps/Triceps, Tendon Repair Surgery, Carpal, Cubital & Radial Tunnel Nerve Surgery, Hand/Arm Nerve Repair Surgery, Fracture Surgery of Hand/Wrist/Elbow with Early Rehabilitation Focus, Scaphoid Fractures & Non-Union Surgery, Joint Replacements for Arthritis in Hand/Wrist/Elbow, Dupuytren Hand Surgery, Minimally Invasive Hand/Wrist/Elbow Surgery, including Elbow Arthroscopy for Lateral Epicondylitis ("Tennis Elbow") & Wrist Arthroscopy, Pediatric Hand Surgery, Hand/Arm Overuse & Work Related Conditions


  • "Dear Dr. Mollano, ..."

    Dear Dr. Mollano, I can play my guitar, do my floral design work, and stained glass. Thanks to you, I can retire and enjoy myself pain free. I hope you may find a place in your home for this stained glass piece. Enjoy it, and know how much I appreciate all that you have done for me.

    - Bill Boudreau | Concord, NH
  • What outstanding service!

    Dr. Mollano and the nurses are amazing. They care for their patients in a genuine way. What outstanding service! Thank you.

    - Leanna H. | May 2018

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