Hand Trauma Surgery
Hand injuries are a very common problem.
Dr Pyragius is extensively trained in the management of all forms of hand trauma.
Hand trauma may involve:
- Skin lacerations and skin loss
- Tendon injuries
- Nerve injuries
- Bone fractures
Elective Hand Surgery
There are a large number of different elective hand problems that may develop.
Dr Pyragius is extensively trained in all aspects of Hand Surgery.
Common hand problems include:
Nerve compression syndromes
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Cubital tunnel Syndrome
- Radial Tunnel Syndrome
Nerve injuries / Brachial plexus injuries
Tendon Transfers for nerve palsy
- Trigger Finger
- DeQuervains Syndrome
Arthritis of the Hand
- Distal interphalangeal joint
- Proximal interphalangeal joint
- Metacarpophalangeal joint
- Thumb basal joint / Carpometacarpal joint
Ganglions of the hand and wrist
Tumours of the hand
Post traumatic reconstruction
Hand therapy is extremely important following hand surgery to ensure the best possible outcomes.
Dr Pyragius works closely with a number of very experienced Hand Therapists in Adelaide.