Nerve surgery

Nerve compression can cause pain and occur in various parts of the body. Thanks to well-established and special surgical techniques combined with special magnifying glasses, pinched nerves can be freed from compression, giving you long-lasting relief.

 

Treatment areas:
  • Nerve compression syndromes of the upper extremities (e.g.)
    • Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS)
    • SNU (Ulnar nerve entrapment/cubital tunnel syndrome)
    • Guyon’s canal syndrome
  • Dupytren’s contracture of the hand/Ledderhose’s syndrome of the foot
  • Contracture of the tendon sheath
    • Tendovaginitis stenosans de Quervain
    • Tendovaginitis stenosans/trigger finger/release surgery/pulley is opened up
  • Wrist ganglions
  • Tumours in the hand
  • Nerve compression syndromes of the lower extremities (e.g.)
    • Tarsal tunnel syndrome