Hand Surgery is an umbrella term that encompasses a range of surgical procedures related to the correction and restoration of hand and finger functions, while trying to make the hand look and feel as natural as possible.
Arthritis, congenital abnormalities, carpal tunnel syndrome, fractures, reconstruction of tissue and more are some of the concerns that can be repaired with a Hand Surgery. The procedure opted for depends upon the issue, its location and severity
Our hands are a fundamental part of our lives! They are invaluable and help us perform multiple functions at home, work and play!
To perform numerous activities like eating, dressing, writing, creating, etc. our hands require sound movement and sensation. Any concerns of muscle contraction, joint motion and tendon gliding in the hands can be fixed with a Hand Surgery.
Hand surgeries are generally performed for the below reasons
Based on the root cause, there are various surgeries that may be performed. These include,
The recovery time post a Hand Surgery largely depends upon the procedure done. After the surgery, doctors prescribe pain medication and also perform a thorough physical examination including x-rays to monitor and evaluate the patient’s recovery and effectiveness of the surgery.
The doctors may also refer the patient to a physiotherapist, who will in turn advise and teach the patient appropriate exercises to restore strength, flexibility and functionality of the hands and fingers.
Intensive healing and recuperation is mandatory to regain optimal functioning of the hand.
Our team of doctors includes highly talented anesthesiologists, orthopedic surgeons, rheumatologists, rehabilitation experts and trained nurses to treat and assist patients of all ages with the best possible expertise and care.