Plastic Surgery: Hand and Wrist
Hand surgery may be performed to correct the effects of a traumatic injury, inflammatory disorders, or aging. In recent years, many advances have been made to correct a wide variety of conditions that affect the hand and wrist. Our team of plastic surgeons are equipped to address most common hand issues, with the goal to restore function of the upper extremity through complex surgical techniques. Our surgeons are trained to evaluate and determine the best approach for each individual patient based on their expertise and the patient’s needs. Services include evaluation of hand and wrist injuries, outpatient and inpatient surgery, hand therapy and rehabilitation, and when possible non-surgical options. Our hand surgeons work closely with occupational therapists to achieve an optimal post-operative result.
Our plastic surgery hand surgeons are trained to address a range of conditions including carpal tunnel syndrome, congenital defects, trigger fingers, fractures and dislocations of the hand and wrist, osteoarthritis, replantation of fingers or hand, ligament reconstruction, and wrist and tendon injuries.
Some conditions we treat include:
- Nerve compression such as carpal tunnel syndrome
- Loss of hand or finger function
- Nerve injuries
- Hand trauma
- Hand and wrist fractures and sprains
- Nail bed injuries
- Tennis elbow
- Arthritis of the hand and wrist
Contact us to learn about other conditions we treat.
Pediatric Hand Surgery
Our hand surgeons use the latest techniques to correct your child’s congenital defect or repair the damage caused by an injury.
Among the conditions we treat:
- Underdeveloped hands or fingers at birth
- Overgrowth or undergrowth of hands or fingers at birth
- Syndactyly of the hand (fused fingers)
- Polydactyly of the hand (finger duplication)
- Radial club hand
- Ulnar club hand
- Cleft hand