Hand and Wrist Surgery
Learn More About Hand and Wrist Surgery at Aurora Health Care
What is Hand and Wrist Surgery?
At Aurora, our hand and wrist surgeons perform procedures to treat diseases that cause pain, or that impair function, strength or flexibility of your hand, wrist and fingers. Some of the conditions we treat with hand and wrist surgery are:
- Arthritis of the hand, fingers or wrist
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Compartment syndrome
- Full or partial amputations
- Functional restoration after spinal cord injury
- Human or animal bites
- Lawnmower or other injuries from machinery
- Sprains and strains
- Trigger finger
How are Hand and Wrist Surgeries Performed?
There are many types of hand and wrist surgeries to correct or treat a long list of hand/wrist injuries, conditions or birth defects, and the surgical procedures to treat each type vary greatly. If you have questions about your specific condition or upcoming hand or wrist surgery, contact your reconstructive plastic surgeon at Aurora Health Care.
Why Should I Choose Aurora Health Care for Hand or Wrist Surgery?
Reconstructive plastic surgeons at Aurora Health Care have years of experience and perform hundreds of reconstructive surgeries every year. They understand what an important and life-changing decision you have in front of you, and they will work with you to make sure you get the best care possible. Our staff will be with you every step of the way to help and support you through the process.
Experience and Expertise
Every reconstructive plastic surgeon at Aurora is board certified and dedicated to your safety. With years of experience and thousands of successful procedures behind us, Aurora’s multidisciplinary team focuses entirely on developing and delivering a treatment plan tailored to your needs.
Success and Safety
At Aurora Health Care, your safety is our first priority. We go to great lengths to make sure that every procedure we perform is both safe and successful.
Are Hand and Wrist Surgeries Covered by Insurance?
Hand and wrist surgeries are usually considered reconstructive procedures and therefore should be covered by your health insurance plan. However, your insurance plan may cover only a portion of the total fee. If you’re concerned about your insurance coverage, speak with a customer representative at your insurance company.
How Do I Find a Reconstructive Plastic Surgeon at Aurora Health Care?
Learn more about our board certified reconstructive plastic surgeons or schedule a consultation.