Upper and Lower Extremity
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Reconstructive Upper and Lower Extremity surgery can help reduce or eliminate chronic pain and improve function in the hand, wrist and fingers. Hand surgery may be used to treat hand trauma caused by injury or correct abnormalities that have been present since birth.Some conditions that can be treated with reconstructive hand surgery include: Carpal tunnel syndrome, Rheumatoid arthritis, Dupuytren’s contracture.
Carpal tunnel syndrome
A condition caused by pressure to the median nerve within the wrist, or carpal tunnel. Hand surgery can reduce pain and tingling or restore normal feeling to previously numb fingers.
A disease characterized by severe inflammation in the joints. Hand surgery can reduce pain and restore function.
A disorder the causes thick bands of scar-like tissue to form in the palm and fingers, which can disfigure the hand and restrict use. Reconstructive hand surgery can help restore flexibility and function to the fingers.
Before and after photos of Upper Extremity (Hand Reconstruction) patients in the Bay Area, including Alameda, Oakland, Walnut Creek, Pleasanton & Brentwood.
Before and after photos of Lower Extremity (Foot Reconstruction) patients in the Bay Area, including Alameda, Oakland, Walnut Creek, Pleasanton & Brentwood.
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