Overview of services offered in Hand Surgery

Range of services in Hand Surgery

  • Bone injuries in the hand and the forearm
  • Flexor tendon injuries
  • Microsurgical restoration of tissue defects
  • Reattachment of upper extremities
  • Correction of malunion of radius fractures
  • Scaphoid fracture (shuttle bone fracture)
  • Treatment of scaphoid pseudarthrosis (unhealed shuttle bone fracture)
  • All degenerative diseases, e.g.
    - Rhizarthrosis (arthrosis of the thumb’s saddle joint)
    - Rheumatic diseases of the hand, includingthe implantation of artificial finger joints
  • Various treatment methods for Dupuytren’s contracture and the disease's reoccurrence
  • Arthroscopy of the wrist
  • Treatment of nerve compression syndromes
    - Carpal tunnel syndrome
    - Ulnar nerve entrapment (open and endoscopic decompression of the ulnar nerve)
  • Tendon transfer surgery in the upper extremities following nerve injuries
  • Peripheral neurosurgery
  • Congenital deformities of the hands
  • Accident-related restrictions of movement, arthrolysis and arthrodesis
  • Follow-up subsequent to severe accidents and repeated procedures after unsuccessful surgeries
  • Aesthetic hand surgery

In addition, various surgical treatments are offered for pathological foot conditions such as bunions, hammer toes or polyarthrosis.