Hand and Peripheral Nerve
Our surgeons offer a comprehensive approach to evaluating and treating disorders and injuries affecting the upper extremities, including the hands and peripheral nerves. Whether working with adults or pediatric patients, our goal is to restore function using the most effective nonsurgical and surgical treatments available.
You can rely on our expertise in dealing with relatively simple injuries, complex disorders, traumatic injuries, and degenerative diseases.
Some common disorders include:
- Amputations of digits, hands, or forearms
- Arthritis and other conditions related to aging
- Brachial plexus injuries
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Congenital hand abnormalities
- Degenerative joint and hand diseases
- Distal radius and wrist disorders
- Dupuytren’s contracture
- Ganglion cysts
- Hand and wrist fractures
- Nerve compression injuries of the leg and arm
- Nerve compression conditions
- Migraine headaches
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Spider veins
- Tennis elbow
- Work-related injuries and conditions
UT Southwestern Medical Center is dedicated to caring for patients, as well as research and education. Our team is at the forefront of alternatives to treat upper extremity and peripheral nerve disorders, harnessing the latest research and technology to enhance results for patients.