“At Invictus Healthcare, we want to find the best way to restore hand function for you , so you can return to your occupation and favorite pastimes.”
~Dr. Carolyn Berg, MD
When damaged, the hand, wrist or elbow can impact almost everything a person does during their daily activities - from simple tasks to the most complex responsibilities. At Invictus Healthcare we provide innovative care, and utilize the latest surgical techniques aimed at rapid recovery.
What It Is
Hand surgery is a highly specialized branch of care offered at Invictus Healthcare and incorporates surgical and non-surgical treatment of conditions affecting the fingertips to the elbows. It includes patients in all stages of life from infants to the elderly.
Why It Is Done
Conditions treated by Invictus Healthcare range from both non-operative and operative. These include acute trauma, infection, degenerative or immune arthritis, sports injuries, hereditary and congenital disorders, tumor and skin cancer, and more. We direct your care as needed during all stages of treatment, from diagnosis, imaging, therapy, injection, surgery, and recovery.
Hand, Wrist, and Elbow Surgery Procedures Include:
- Open and endoscopic carpal tunnel and cubital tunnel release
- Hand, wrist and elbow arthroscopy
- Tendon repair and transfer
- Ligament repair and reconstruction
- Hand, wrist and elbow fracture care
- Operative treatment and injection for tendonopathy (trigger finger, DeQuervain’s)
- Soft tissue reconstructive procedures
- Treatment of soft tissue skin and bony tumors
- Soft tissue reconstructive procedure
The Invictus Healthcare Patient Process
Non-operative evaluation and treatment is usually done in the Invictus Healthcare offices. Office procedure examples include injections for multiple conditions including arthritic joints, carpal tunnel, trigger digits or cysts, Xiaflex injection for Dupuytren’s disease, cast and split application, basic procedures such as fingertip or nail injuries and non-operative fracture care.
Surgical procedures include extremity trauma, nerve injury or compression, arthritic conditions, soft tissue tumor and reconstructive procedures, fracture care, tendon repair and transfers and microsurgery. Surgery is performed in local hospitals.