Microsurgery and hand reconstruction involve some of the most complex procedures in medicine. Surgical procedures to reconstruct the hand in order to improve function and appearance after impairment due to traumatic injury, birth defects, or repetitive and straining daily activities requires extensive and specialized training.
A number of our plastic and reconstructive surgeons at Long Island Plastic Surgical Group have been actively involved in the field of microsurgery and hand reconstruction for many years, and have contributed to major medical publications and presentational seminars discussing the latest techniques. Microsurgery, or microscopic vascular surgery, is often necessary for hand reconstruction in reattachment procedures in order to repair blood vessels. It uses specialized instruments and small needles with fine sutures to repair three-to-five millimeter blood vessels.
Our hand reconstruction surgeons have extensive skills in the field. Among our LIPSG partners are recipients of prestigious Fellowships at leading hand surgery institutions, including the Christine Kleinert Hand Surgery Fellowship in Louisville, Kentucky and the Fellowship in Hand Surgery at Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City.
The following links will take you to more detailed information on some of the many microsurgical procedures that can be performed by LIPSG plastic surgeons.
To schedule a consultation with one of our experienced doctors, please contact the Microsurgery and Hand Reconstruction Center at our practice serving the Long Island and Manhattan, New York area.