Hand & Wrist Surgery

Hand and wrist orthopedic surgery at Beaumont is comprised of board certified surgeons, all of whom are fellowship-trained and hold a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Hand Surgery (CAQHS). Whether addressing an arthritic joint or a shattered wrist, our hand and wrist orthopedic surgeons work diligently to restore complex anatomy and function so that patients can return quickly to their activities. 

Some of the hand and wrist conditions treated by Beaumont hand surgeons include:

Bone and Joint Problems of the Wrist and Hand

  • fractures and dislocations
  • arthritis (including arthroscopic surgery and joint replacement)
  • joint contractures
  • amputations

Muscle, Tendon and Ligament

  • tendon lacerations or ruptures
  • ligament and cartilage injuries (including gamekeeper thumb, scapholunate ligament, TFCC)
  • tendon inflammation (trigger finger, DeQuervain’s)

Nerve

  • nerve laceration or palsy (via repair or tendon transfer)
  • nerve compression (carpal tunnel syndrome)

Skin and Soft Tissue Issues

  • ganglion cysts, other masses in the wrist and hand
  • foreign body evaluation and removal
  • nail bed and fingertip injuries
  • infections, burns, or contractures
  • skin grafts

Vascular

  • microvascular repair
  • surgical treatment of Raynaud’s and other vasospastic disease

Congenital

  • duplicate thumb
  • syndactyly

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