Ashley Ignatiuk

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Ashley Ignatiuk, MD, MSc, FRCSC

Specialties:
Plastic Surgery
Aetna, Inc.
America`s Choice Provider Network (ACPN)
AmeriGroup Medicaid HMO
AmeriHealth of NJ
Amerivantage Dual Coordination (HMO SNP)
Clover Health Plans
Devon Health Services/ULLICO
FedMed, Inc
Horizon BCBS Managed Care
Horizon NJ Health
Horizon NJ Total Care (HNJH)
Horizon PPO Network
Medicaid
Medicare
Multiplan/PHCS
Prime Health Services, Inc.
Three Rivers Provider Network
United Healthcare Community Plan (formerly AmeriChoice of NJ, Inc.)
WellCare Health Plans
B.S., University of Saskatchewan (8/1/1997-5/30/2001)
MD, MSc, FRCSC, University of Saskatchewan (8/11/2004-5/28/2008)
Plastic Surgery (American Board of Plastic Surgery)
University Hospital, Newark
Residency: Plastic Surgery, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (7/1/2010-6/30/2014)
Fellowship: Hand Surgery, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, USA (7/1/2014-6/30/2015)
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Provider Biography

Biography Overview Originally from Canada, Dr. Ignatiuk completed 2 years of orthopedic surgery residency training in London, Ontario and 4 years of plastic surgery residency training in Ottawa, Ontario before completing a prestigious hand and microvascular surgery fellowship at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, Texas. After practicing at the University of Colorado, Denver for almost 3 years, Dr. Ignatiuk has now joined the Division of Plastic Surgery as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery. With his diverse training and experience, Dr. Ignatiuk is capable of treating a wide variety of conditions throughout the body but is primarily known for adult and pediatric hand/wrist surgery, microvascular surgery, extremity salvage, and peripheral nerve surgery. Dr. Ignatiuk also has extensive experience in breast reconstruction, body contouring, and oncological reconstruction. Dr. Ignatiuk has helped pioneer the technique of wide awake hand surgery in the United States which allows a patient to avoid the risks of general anesthesia. Patients have been consistently more satisfied with their experience using this technique, have obtained better outcomes, and have received a better understanding of their treatment. Wide awake hand surgery is offered for many procedures including trigger finger release, carpal tunnel release, and tendon repairs among many other procedures. With advanced training in peripheral nerve surgery, Dr. Ignatiuk