The Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) Hand and Upper Extremity Service treats the full spectrum of diseases of the hand and upper extremity (shoulder, arm, elbow and wrist), including fractures, tumors, ligament disruptions and tendonitis - helping thousands of patients every year. The Service has particular expertise in the treatment of arthritis, entrapment neuropathies, Dupuytren’s Disease, traumatic disorders, and sports injuries of the hand and upper extremity.
The Hand and Upper Extremity Service provides comprehensive treatment options for the full spectrum of related conditions including:
- Carpel tunnel syndrome
- Carpal tunnel surgery
- Dupuytren’s disease
- Entrapment neuropathy
- Hand pain and problems
- Joint preservation
- Traumatic injuries of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder
- Trigger finger
- Post-traumatic reconstruction in the hand and arm
- Work-related injuries involving the hand and arm
We collaborate with the Department of Neurology’s Performing Arts Clinic to treat musicians from all over the world with entrapment neuropathy and other performance related conditions and injuries.
Hand and Upper Extremity Surgeons
This page was last modified on 3/2/2017