We offer a variety of successful surgical treatments for people living with hand and wrist pain caused by a range of joint conditions. These include:
Hand surgery for Dupuytren’s disease
Dupuytren’s disease (also known as Dupuytren’s contracture) causes one or more of your fingers to bend inwards and point towards your palm, resulting in discomfort and limited mobility in your hands. The disease most commonly affects your ring and little fingers. It is possible to have it in both hands at the same time.Dupuytren’s symptoms can be eased or even corrected by surgery. You might undergo a fascietomy, a needle fasciotomy, or a dermafasciectomy as part of your treatment for Dupuytren’s disease. These are three different surgeries each to help treat Dupuytren’s disease.
Trigger finger release surgery
Stenosing tenosynovitis, which is often referred to as trigger finger, can cause pain and stiffness when you attempt to move your finger or thumb. If left untreated, your affected finger or thumb can become trapped in a bent position, significantly reducing movement in your finger, and making simple everyday tasks challenging.
Trigger finger release surgery is a highly effective treatment option. It is rare for the condition to reappear after surgery.
Carpal tunnel release surgery
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) occurs when your median nerve (a nerve in your hand that passes through your wrist) becomes compressed. This can cause pain, numbness or tingling in your fingers and hands. Carpl tunnel release surgery can help resolve these symptoms by cutting your carpal ligament, which travels across the base of your palm, allowing your median nerve and other nerves the space to move.