Hand

HandIf you are suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome or have deep scars from an injury on your hands, talk to Dr. Foley about options in hand surgery. Dr. Foley is a board certified plastic surgeon with extensive experience performing surgery of the hands and fingers. Whether you need treatment for a particular condition or non-surgical treatments to enhance the appearance of your hands, he can put together a customized treatment plan to help you achieve your desired results.

 

Reasons to Undergo Hand Surgery

If you are experiencing pain, impaired strength, or weakness of the hands and fingers, you may need to undergo surgery to restore proper functioning of the hands. Some of the reasons to undergo hand surgery include:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome(hand numbness or pain)
  • Older looking hands(age related changes)
  • Disabling hand disorder such as Dupuytren’s contracture
  • Finger problems

 

Laser skin resurfacing treatments or fillers are non surgical treatment options for improving the appearance of the skin on the hands. We can put together a custom treatment plan to address all of your concerns and ensure optimal results.

 

How Hand Surgery is Performed

If you are undergoing reconstructive hand surgery in Camp Hill or Harrisburg, we may perform surgery under general anesthesia or intravenous sedation. Dr. Foley will use certain surgical techniques to repair tendons, relieve nerve pressure, repair birth deformities, or remove bone and skin tissue. Grafting procedures may be necessary to repair and restore the hands and fingers.

You will notice steady improvement and noticeable results as the swelling subsides. It can take several months to achieve the final result. We can perform non-surgical treatments, such as laser skin resurfacing, chemical peels, or fillers to improve the appearance of the hands once the tissues are fully healed.

Learn more about hand surgery in Camp Hill and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, by scheduling your appointment with Dr. Foley today.

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