Hand Conditions

The surgical hand procedures listed on our hand procedures page are used to treat a variety of hand conditions and injuries. Below is a comprehensive list of the hand conditions treated by our reconstructive plastic surgeons:

• Brachial plexus injuries
• Burns
• Carpal tunnel syndrome
• Syndactyly (webbed fingers)
• Dequervain's tendonitis
• Dislocation/ligament injuries
• Dupuytren's contracture
• Dupuytren's Disease
• Fractures
• Ganglion cysts
• Injuries
• Joint abnormalities secondary to arthritis
• Joint sprains/strains
• Lymphedema
• Nerve injuries and compressions
• Occupation-related hand probelms
• Over use syndromes
• Polydactyly (extra fingers)
• Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
• Repetitive strain injuries
• Rheumatic/Arthritic changes to structure of hand scars
• Scars secondary to arthritis
• Syndactyly (webbed fingers)
• Tendon injuries
• Traumatic amputation
• Trigger Finger
• Tumors of the hand
• Wound and post-surgery infections

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