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Hand & Microvascular Surgery

The Hand & Microvascular Surgery department is dedicated to treatment of disorders relating to the hand and wrist. The team specialises in dealing with traumatic and non-traumatic conditions related to the hand. With a multimodal method,the department comprises of hand surgeons qualified in several fields of hand surgery including trauma, nerve repairs, tendon transfer surgeries, congenital anomalies, brachial plexus injuries, carpal bone fractures and wrist arthroscopy. Treatment of hand injuries includes reimplantations, reconstruction, and limb salvage surgery. The department’s objective is to reestablish the aesthetic and functional value of hand. A devoted team of hand physiotherapists examine the rehabilitated patient post-surgery.

The department specializes in the physiotherapy of hand fractures, hand ligament reconstructions and repair, finger contracture release, elbow replacement, brachial plexus injury, tendon transfers, TFCC injuries, Flexor and extensor tendon repairs, carpal tunnel syndrome and crush hand injuries.

CONGENITAL ABNORMALITIES

The most commonhand problems in infants are polydactyly (extra fingers) and syndactyly (webbed fingers). In India, forall hand surgeries and especially pediatric hand surgeries, atraumatic techniques (causing no tissue damage) are used. This consists of treatment of all birth-related injuries, such as radial and ulnar club-hand, congenital absence of the thumb, cerebral palsy and syndactyly.

CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome occurs most normally due to the compression of the median nerve at the wrist where it passes through a narrow area called the carpal tunnel. The symptoms arenumbness in the thumb, index, and middle fingers especially at night or upon waking up in the morning. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can be treated by releasing the tightening through endoscopic or nominal access surgery.

ARTHRITIS

Reconstruction of painful arthritic deformities is performed routinely and includes tendon transfers, muscle release and joint displacement fusion. Reconstructive hand surgery alleviates pain and helps correct deformities caused by tumors, nerve compression and arthritis. Many benign tumors of the hand and wrist don’t always cause pain and subside soon. However, when pain persists or limits necessary function, removal is recommended and is almost universally curative.

MICROSURGERY (FOR FINGER DEFORMITIES)

Replantation of a single finger / multiple fingers can be done through microsurgery. Even if multiple finger amputation has been done, one or more fingers can be replanted in a position that will allow functioning of the hand. Replantation surgery will be followed by rehabilitative therapy for the hand.

MICROVASCULAR REPAIR AND RECONSTRUCTION

This treatment performs microsurgical procedures for patients and today we areone of the few hospitals in India that provide that service on a regular basis. Our experienced team of surgeons provide prompt patient evaluation for acute traumatic injury for the most intricate surgical needs.

BRACHIAL PLEXUS AND PERIPHERAL NERVE INJURIES

This treatment includes the evaluation and management of both adult and pediatric patients with traumatic and birth-related brachial plexus injuries as well as the treatment of acute and chronic peripheral nerve injuries.

DUPUYTRENS DISEASE

Dupuytrens disease is a thickening of the palmar fascial tissue that causes the fingers to bend towards the palm. It is characterized by nodular or cordlike thickening of the fascia (lining tissue) of the palm of the hand and isassociated with inability to straighten the fingers.

TRIGGER FINGER

Trigger finger is a common condition of the hand that is characterized by catching or locking of the fingers when they are bent to the palm. While the ring finger is the most commonly affected finger, digital triggering can occur in any of fingers. Often the symptoms are worse in the evening and the condition is more common in patients with diabetes.

TRAUMA

This includes treatment of fractures and dislocations of the upper extremity, flexor and extensor tendon injuries, nerve injuries, compartment syndromes, and replantation/microvascular emergency services. Experience is obtained for acute, sub-acute and chronic injury presentation.

FREE-TISSUE TRANSFER

This includes our significant experience with free, vascularized fibular grafting, soft tissue reconstruction with local, regional, and distant tissue transfer.

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Medgate Today

We are Happy to Announce Our Respected Dr Mir Jawad Zar Khan Sir has been recognised among“INDIA’S TOP ORTHOPEDICIANS “ by MEDGATE TODAY and launched A “Coffee Table Book on India’s Top Orthopedicians” by Chief Guest Shri Ashwini Choubey, Minister of State Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Govt of India On 21st Feb 2019 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.


The Times of India Health Survey -2019

Germanten Hospitals have been recognized by The Times of India All India Multispecialty Hospitals Ranking Survey-2019 as “Best Emerging Multispecialty Hospital in Hyderabad-2019″.


Iconic Achievements in Joint Replacements & sports injuries in South India

Dr.Mir Jawad Zar Khan Senior Orthopaedic Surgeon from Hyderabad was Awarded Iconic Achievements in Joint Replacements & sports injuries in South India by BCCI chairman India Shree Sandeep Patil and Shree Sonu Nigam and other dignitaries in recognition of services rendered to Indian sportsmen for sports injuries.


Today Group Award

Dr. Mir Jawad Zar Khan Senior Orthopaedic Surgeon from Hyderabad was Awarded Better India Healthcare Awards 2018 by Today Group held in Delhi for Best Patient-Centric Care with Innovative Technology in Orthopaedics and Joint Replacement Surgeries.