Hand and Wrist

Improve motion. Correct deformities. Reduce pain.

We use our hands every day. So when they are injured through accidents or become non-functional as a result of disease, our daily lives are very much affected. Dr. Aviles is fellowship trained with experience in correcting hand and wrist problems through surgery. Surgery can correct a number of issues, including:

  • Nerve Compression (e.g., Carpal Tunnel)
  • Congenital Deformities (e.g., Syndactyly)
  • Degenerative Arthritis (e.g., Basal Joint Disease)
  • Inflammation
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Trauma or Injury
  • Tumors (e.g., Ganglion Cysts)

Depending upon the patient’s condition, one of the following procedures may be employed:

  • Fracture, tendon and nerve repairs
    Surgically repairing parts of the hand and wrist caused by injury or disease.
  • Removal of diseased bone with joint reconstruction
    Removing and/or replacing bones and joints using synthetic material or bones taken from another source within the patient’s body.
  • Surgery to release tissues and alleviate pressure on the nerve
    Relieves pressure on nerves and other critical parts of the hand that affect pain, feeling, and function.
  • Replantation
    Using microsurgery (performed under intense magnification) to replace and/or restore amputated fingers or other parts of the hand caused by injury or trauma.

In alignment with the patient’s specific needs, an appropriate course of rehabilitation will be prescribed to ensure optimal recovery and to minimize pain associated with surgery.

To get started, schedule an initial consultation. We’ll walk you through the procedure, identify whether you’re a candidate for hand and wrist surgery, and provide information on what’s involved. To make an appointment, click here or contact us.

Please view our gallery of before and after pictures to see typical results.

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