11/05/14 - 3:26pm
Dr. Edwin Vyhmeister has steady hands.
Whether they’re tying an intricate fly fishing knot, or performing micro-surgery the surgeon, and newly-minted Alaskan, specializes in processes that require a delicate touch.
The Chile-born hand surgeon also has a strong German accent, and a way of cracking jokes so dryly it takes a second for them to sink in.
As he talked about being powerless to stop himself from watching people’s hands and looking for potentially hazardous behavior, Vyhmeister grinned.