HAND AND MICRO-VASCULAR SURGERY
Complications involving structures of the upper limbs, namely: bones, joints, muscles, tendons, nerves, blood vessels, and skin, are diagnosed and treated by professionals boasting vast knowledge and experience. These surgeons are trained to conduct all aforementioned macro and micro procedures, to restore vascularization, encompassing the sensory and motor function of compromised hands, to as great an extent as possible.
Our staff uses the world’s most advanced surgical procedures to treat:
- Wrist fractures (e.g. distal radius and scaphoid) using designated metallic plates, screws and pins
- Reconstruction of mal or non-union past fractures, using Allogeneic bone graft
- Nerve and tendon injuries
- Inborn deformities, for example: syn and poly-dactyly, brachy and macro-dactyly, Apert`s syndrome, and more
- Degeneration of joint cartilage and bone due to chronic degenerative disorders (e.g. arthritis).
- Massive trauma – reimplantation of amputated fingers by repairing the fractured bone, providing treatment for tendon and nerve lacerations, and reconnecting the arteries and veins.