Hand Surgery

Patient Care

For patients with defects caused by trauma, cancer or infection, the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine hand surgeons have expertise in saving and reconstructing limbs. Our skilled surgeons offer a range of hand surgery procedures that can help restore form and function to the hand and other extremities.

Our hand surgeons undergo intensive training in surgery of the hand, wrist and forearm. Examples of conditions treated by our hand surgeons include carpal tunnel syndrome, wrist pain and injuries or trauma to the hand, wrist, shoulder and elbow.

The School of Medicine boasts the only hand and upper extremity surgeon in Nevada with advanced fellowship training in orthopaedic and plastic surgery specifically in hand and microsurgery. Our board certified surgeons are extremely proficient in performing reconstructive procedures to improve the function and appearance of the hand and upper extremity affected by burns, disease and birth defects such as webbed fingers.

Most people think our hands are the most important body part, allowing for mobility and function of everyday tasks. Our surgeons have seen it all from missing fingers as a result of a job accident to lacerations and skin cancer. Don't hesitate to meet with our knowledgeable staff when you're in need of hand and upper extremity care. Trust us—you'll be in good hands.

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