Hand Surgery, Microsurgery and Peripheral Neurosurgery

Everyone needs their hands, regardless of their occupation and age, whether musician or athlete. Our hands serve as gripping and tactile organs. People often do not notice how important their hands are until their normal function is impaired. Even minor injuries may involve substantial functional disorders. Besides sequelae of accidental injuries, degenerative diseases, rheumatism, spasticity and paralysis, congenital deformities as well as constricted nerves can all diminish the function of the hand.