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What is Plastic Surgery and Reconstructive Hand Surgery?

Reconstructive hand surgery is a common procedure needed to relieve pain in the hand, to restore function, or to improve the appearance of the hand after injury, disease or birth deformities. Reconstructive surgery for traumatic cases can involve simple repair of an injured structure to reattachment of the severed limb

When is Reconstructive Hand Surgery needed?

Everyone would like to look and feel their best, but when an injury, birth defect or disease leaves its mark, reconstructive plastic surgery may be needed to help rebuild damaged tissue and the surrounding structures. Reconstructive surgery can not only remove the fear of having complications but can return both form and function to the body, and most importantly provide hope to those who are healing both physically and psychologically.

Are your doctors experts in Reconstructive Surgery?

Since the hand is one of the most common areas to require reconstructive plastic surgery, the Arizona Center for Hand to Shoulder Surgery is proud to offer experts who are both board certified and fellowship trained, who can treat and repair these injuries. They will correct functional and cosmetic problems of the hand and fingers, maximizing function and restoring a normal appearance.

Does your practice only treat upper extremity conditions?

Even though we are an upper extremity practice, our team of physicians can treat a variety of scars and wounds over the upper extremities (arms) and body. From trauma and injury to recovery from a disfiguring medical diagnosis or treatment, our team of physicians will approach your needs with respect and professionalism, working together on a treatment plan that’s right for you.

Is reconstructive surgery right for you? Find out more by calling our Phoenix, Arizona office at (602) 258-4788 or request an appointment online to get started.

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What’s the Best Treatment for Frozen Shoulder

Your shoulders are elaborate ball and socket joints, surrounded by a connective tissue band called the shoulder capsule. A frozen shoulder, clinically called adhesive capsulitis, is