Dr. Daniel G. Malone is a native of Chicago, IL, and he remains a White Sox, Cubs, Black Hawks, and Bears fan. He lives and works in Marshall and Madison, Wisconsin. He attended Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Physics in 1971. He received his MD from the University of Illinois Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine at the Chicago, IL campus in 1976; followed by an internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Illinois, Chicago. He was then selected as Chief Medical Resident, a one-year position he filled from 1979-1980. Following this, he did one year of clinical Rheumatology fellowship at the U. of Illinois Chicago, and then spent 6 years doing immunology laboratory research at the prestigious National Institutes of Health, in the Arthritis and Rheumatism Branch of the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal, and Skin Diseases, in Bethesda, MD. In 1987 he joined the faculty of the University Of Wisconsin Department Of Medicine, Section of Rheumatology, in Madison, WI, where he spent the next 23 years as a researcher, teacher, and clinical Rheumatologist. There he singlehandedly started the musculoskeletal ultrasound program and he was only the second Rheumatologist in Wisconsin to adopt ultrasound into his practice.
He is now considered one of the top practitioners and teachers of musculoskeletal and carpal tunnel syndrome treatment in the US. He published 26 peer-reviewed scientific papers, over 2 dozen abstracts, and 3 book chapters. While he was at it, he also won a teaching award, voted by the interns and residents he was teaching. He left the University of Wisconsin in 2010 and now practices Rheumatology in the private sector at Prairie Ridge Clinic of Columbus Community Hospital in Marshall, Wisconsin, and he does ultrasound guided procedures at Vain Care Plus in Madison, Wisconsin. He continues to teach ultrasound in private offices, at ultrasound courses including those officially sanctioned by the American College of Rheumatology, and in others. He provides effective carpal tunnel treatments such as surgery and release, entirely customized for the needs of each patient. Click on the various pages to learn about the areas of expertise Dr. Malone offers to his patients.
I was contemplating carpal tunnel surgery, then I heard Dr. Daniel Malone speak on a local radio station talking about a new carpal tunnel procedure. This new procedure requires no operating room, no knife, no anesthesia, and no prolonged healing. Minimal physical therapy after the procedure could be done easily at home by the patient. That’s when I decided to go to Dr. Malone and decided to go ahead with this new procedure. January 4, 2016 I had my left hand done. I was so happy with my results that I had my right hand done. Once again the results were excellent! I had no need for pain medications. I was able to do normal activities within 3-4 days! I could do the therapy at home. I highly recommend this procedure. No numbness whatsoever.
- Sylvia Giese