Hand Surgery at The Hand & Wrist Center
At The Hand & Wrist Center, we are focused, specialized, and uncompromising in our efforts to provide the best experience to all those who require care for their upper extremities. We believe that nothing is more important than the hands of our patients, whether they are Professional Athletes, Weekend Athletes, Musicians or Artists, Laborers, Surgeons, Clerical Workers, Housewives, or Students.
This website is dedicated to Needle Aponeurotomy, a breakthrough and exciting alternative treatment for Dupuytren's Contracture, often referred to as Dupuytren's Disease. For years, we have focused on traditional, invasive methods for treating Dupuytren's Contractures, but recently we have researched, discovered, and perfected a newer, less-invasive approach. We hope that our website provides you with useful information regarding this breakthrough treatment!
Our unique facility is dedicated to providing you with complete care from first evaluation through total rehabilitation. Our experienced staff is committed to serving all of your hand and wrist needs. We welcome you to experience all The Hand & Wrist Center has to offer. Contact us by phone at (562) 424-9000, or request a consultation today.
Before & After Photos
CASE #5: Successful Treatment
This case, with the patient's finger bent at an almost 90 degree angle, represents an extreme case of Dupuytren's Contracture, which was successfully corrected through Needle Aponeurotomy surgery.See More Photos
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Our experienced staff are committed to serving all of your hand and wrist needs.
We welcome you to experience all The Hand & Wrist Center has to offer.Request Your Consultation
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Am I a candidate for the Needle Aponeurotomy procedure?
To determine if you are a candidate, schedule a consultation with our specialist experienced in treating Dupuytren's Contracture.
Is anesthesia necessary for Needle Aponeurotomy?
Needle Aponeurotomy is performed under local anesthesia. There is no need for general or intravenous anesthesia.Learn More