Hand surgery can treat a number of developmental, traumatic and acquired hand conditions
Hand surgery is used to treat a variety of acquired conditions, injuries and developmental abnormalities. Acquired hand symptoms can be the result of disease or family inheritance, with Dupuytren’s disease (also known as Viking’s disease) being one example. It’s common in Central Victoria, due to the British ancestry of many in the area.
Most hand surgery can be treated as day surgery, but requires ongoing care and therapy with an occupational therapist or physiotherapist. Hand surgery is also a treatment for carpal tunnel, trigger finger and mucous cysts. Our surgeon has years of experience operating on children with hand abnormalities from birth or early development.
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