In this video you will know your options for hand surgery. Hand surgery is an orthopedic procedure performed for a wide variety of reasons. Hand surgeries and procedures address issues that involve the fingers, hands and wrists and sometimes the forearms, elbows and shoulders.
Those who perform hand surgeries or non-surgical procedures may also be trained and certified as general, orthopedic or plastic surgeons who are experienced in specialized fields of hand, arm, and even shoulder anatomy, physiology and treatment procedures and surgeries.
It is meant to help alleviate restricted range of motion, to repair muscles, tendons or bones damaged through injury or disease, as well as to restore the appearance of hands and fingers in the case of disfigurement or birth defects.
Individuals who have experienced hand injuries in automobile accidents or other forms of trauma such as falls, sports injuries and mechanical accidents benefit from hand surgeries that help
restore function and use. Individuals suffering from medical conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis or osteoporosis also benefit from hand surgery techniques
and procedures that help reduce pain and restore range of motion. Those suffering from birth defects or severe infections that cause pain or deformity also
benefit from such procedures.
Many different types of hand surgery are available depending on need. Some of the most common types of hand surgery procedures include but are not limited to.
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