Manipal Hospitals department of Hand Surgery hosts some of the most reliable hand specialists that are board-certified in orthopedic surgery and specialized in hand surgery. The specializations vary from diagnosis and treatment to rehabilitation of disorders and injuries of the wrist, hand, forearm and elbow.
At Manipal Hospital, our accomplished hand specialists have made a lifelong commitment to practicing advanced care while treating patients that have any form of hand-related injuries. We use rehabilitative medicine as our primary care, especially for post-surgical procedures.
Our team of multidisciplinary staff are trained to address tendon or arthritis problems using both non-surgical and surgical techniques. The team of hand specialists at Manipal has experience in treating debilitating and painful hand conditions with localized injections, hand therapy, splinting and other approaches to therapy.
Pain in the hand, elbow or wrist is caused by many types of issues. The human hand has more than 37 bones and over 30 muscles, for which we provide a myriad range of treatments, administered by experts who understand the complex human anatomy. Our consultative and surgical services include facilities for the treatment of the following issues
Experts at Manipal have the orthopedic expertise to diagnose and treat various problems related to hand injuries. Our team of multidisciplinary staff are trained to address tendon or arthritis problems using both non-surgical and surgical techniques. The team of hand specialists at Manipal has experience in treating debilitating and painful hand conditions with localized injections, hand therapy, splinting and other approaches to therapy. When surgery is recommended, the surgeons will use highly advanced microscopic methods to ensure precise reconstruction of bones, nerves in the wrist, hand, fingers and soft tissues. Wrist arthroscopy is used, for instance, for evaluation and treatment of strain injury, torn and damaged ligaments, and fractures. This procedure is also adopted for the examination of joint damage that is caused by arthritis. The ultimate goal of the specialist is to ensure patients experience a pain-free form and functionality treatment. Rehabilitates care is one of our main focuses. At this stage, we seek to provide protection to the site that has been treated. This is done throughout recovery to promote stable healing. This may involve splinting or other equipment to protect either the hand or the wrist. Aftercare focuses on returning strength, movement and overall function at a gradual pace. Patients are taught exercises and therapy. Consultation on the patient’s work environment, tasks and equipment is also taken into consideration. Neurological injuries, disorders and stroke will impact a person’s basic functioning and can seriously compromise their movement, strength and control over their hands. Our orthopedic and rehabilitation staff works closely to help with different types of restorative approaches using exercise training and assistive devices. Bilateral arm training, functional electrical stimulation, impairment-oriented training and robotic-assisted rehab are some other techniques adopted for treatment in such cases.
An assigned specialist will first look at general information about the patient and review the current injury or disorder. Based on the findings, further treatment or diagnostic procedures will be recommended.
Stiffness, difficulty or strain while holding objects, pain in specific locations may all point to symptoms of hand-related injuries.
Manipal Hospitals is dedicated to providing high-quality, personalised care and building long-term partnerships with its patients. Our Hand Surgery department and its patients are a testament to this.
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