Hand and Upper Extremity

Hand and Upper Extremity

Hand and Upper Extremity

Medical City’s hand and upper extremity program offers advance surgical and non-surgical care for hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder problems. Our comprehensive care and individualized treatment plans are designed to achieve the best possible results for every patient.  Here is a list of common conditions we treat:

Hand and Fingers

  • Arthritis
  • Burns 
  • Crush injuries and fractures 
  • Cysts, ganglions and tumors 
  • Dupuytren's contracture 
  • Infections and inflammation 
  • Lacerations and animal bites 
  • Nerve injuries 
  • Nailbed injuries 
  • Tendon injuries 
  • Connective tissue disorders, such as Raynaud’s disease 
  • Tenosynovitis 
  • Trigger finger 
  • Paralytic deformities 
  • Conditions resulting from stroke and cerebral palsy

Wrist

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tendonitis 
  • Arthritis 
  • Fractures, including colles and scaphoid
  • Ligament injuries and instabilities 
  • Paralytic deformities 
  • Conditions resulting from stroke and cerebral palsy

Elbow

  • Tennis elbow
  • Golfer's elbow 
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome 
  • Arthritis 
  • Overuse syndrome 
  • Contractures 
  • Dislocations 
  • Fractures 
  • Ligament injuries and instabilities

Pediatric and Congenital

  • Accute injuries
  • Fractures 
  • Syndactyly 
  • Thumb duplication 
  • Failure of formation 
  • Hypoplastic thumb 
  • Radial club hand 
  • Constriction bands 
  • Obstetrical palsies 
  • Vascular anomalies 
  • Trigger thumb

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