Surgeries of the upper limbs include a wide range of procedures. The complexity of these organs has resulted in the emergence of a separate branch of surgery devoted to the treatment of this body part that allows restoring full functionality to the limb.
What does hand surgery involve?
Hand surgery may be performed on the hand, wrist, forearm, elbow, or the shoulder. Our team includes surgeons who specialise in such operations and have many years of experience in conducting even the most-complex procedures. At Polmedica clinics, we treat injuries arising from trauma and illnesses, and correct congenital defects.
Who is a suitable candidate for surgery?
Surgery is carried out in patients who:
- have congenital defect of the upper limb(s),
- suffer from degenerative diseases,
- have sustained a hand injury.
What does life after the operation look like?
Depending on the type and severity of the disease, surgery allows a partial or complete restoration of hand functionality and eliminates pain.
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