Hand Surgery

Different types of hand issues can lead to pain, loss in range of motion, swelling, and further injury. These issues can occur in the hand nerves, joints, or tendons. Depending on the severity of the problem, our team of expert surgeons will sit down with you to determine the best course of action for your specific situation. We specialize in diagnosing and treating a range of hand and wrist injuries.

Specialty Orthopaedics understands that pain in your hand or wrist can make it difficult to complete day-to-day tasks. To avoid long term problems, it is important to seek treatment if you are experiencing pain or discomfort.

Common Hand Issues

  • Carpal Tunnel – Typically presenting itself with numbness, tingling, and weakness in the hand, Carpal Tunnel can be extremely uncomfortable and disruptive to your everyday life. Our team specializes in Carpal Tunnel surgery where the hand surgeon modifies the carpal ligament in your palm to relieve nerve pressure.
  • Osteoarthritis – When the stiffness and pain of arthritis kicks in, it can be difficult to carry out your every day activities. Osteoarthritis may be treated with joint fusion or joint reconstruction to treat severely damaged joints and ligaments.
  • Trigger Finger/Trigger Thumb – If you are experiencing the discomfort of finger stiffness, popping or swelling, our trigger finger procedures may be a good option for you. This procedure is performed by our surgeons to relieve tightness caused by inflammation in the hand’s tendon.

Meet One of Our Hand Experts

The team at Specialty Orthopaedics is made up of some of the most trusted and accomplished hand specialists around. Dr. Thomas Neustein specializes in surgical treatment of the hand and wrist. He treats everything from soft tissue injuries and disorders to nerve syndromes and extremity trauma.

Contact Us Today

With three convenient locations in Gainesville, Dawsonville and Dahlonega, Specialty Orthopaedics provides timely and convenient orthopedic care to North Georgia. Our qualified team of orthopedic hand surgeons, physicians, and clinicians will determine the best personalized treatment plan to match your needs.