The field of hand surgery deals with both surgical and non-surgical treatment of conditions and problems that may take place in the hand or upper extremity (commonly from the tip of the hand to the shoulder).

    Hand Surgery

  • Carpal Tunnel Decompression

    The carpal tunnel is situated in the wrist and it is the channel in which all the tendons and a major nerve, called the median nerve, pass from the arm into the hand. Pressure on that nerve can cause loss of feeling, a sensation of pins and needles, discomfort and/or even pain.

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  • Ulnar Nerve Decompression

    The ulnar nerve is responsible for sensation in the little and ring fingers and movement of the muscles in the hand. It runs through the cubital tunnel situated in the elbow and, if there is pressure on the nerve here, it can cause pins and needles, numbness and weakness in those fingers and the hands overall.

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  • Guyons Canal Decompression

    The Guyon’s canal is the tunnel through which the ulnar nerve passes through into the wrist. The ulnar nerve controls muscles in the hands and sensation to the little and ring finger and, if it gets compressed, it can cause pins and needles, loss of sensation and mobility, eventually affecting the whole hand in some cases.

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  • Dupuytrens Disease

    Dupuytrens Disease is a condition whereby the skin on your hands thickens and prevents the hands and fingers from full mobility and straightening.

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  • Ganglions

    Ganglions are cysts that appear on the joints or tendons. Some might not cause any associated symptoms, but others, depending on size and its position, can cause pain and discomfort.

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  • Carpal Tunnel Decompression

    The carpal tunnel is situated in the wrist and it is the channel in which all the tendons and a major nerve, called the median nerve, pass from the arm into the hand. Pressure on that nerve can cause loss of feeling, a sensation of pins and needles, discomfort and/or even pain.

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