Brachial Plexus, Peripheral Nerve & Facial Reanimation
The Brachial Plexus and Peripheral Nerve Team provides comprehensive multidisciplinary diagnosis and treatment of birth-related and traumatic brachial plexus injuries, peripheral nerve conditions, and facial palsy.
Our team includes dedicated Occupational Therapists and Certified Hand Therapists with expertise in pediatric conditions.
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We are committed to a team approach, with fellowship-trained physicians who are experts in:
Peripheral nerve reconstruction
Hand upper extremity surgery
Otolaryngology / neurotology
Physical medicine and rehabilitation
Peripheral nerve surgery – major reconstruction utilizing nerve transfers and nerve grafts, surgical treatment of nerve entrapment
Brachial plexus reconstruction – birth-related and traumatic palsy, thoracic outlet decompression
Hand and wrist surgery – wrist and shoulder stabilization, late restoration of hand function by tendon transfers
Reconstructive microsurgery – microsurgical functional muscle transfer for reanimation of paralyzed extremities
Facial nerve palsy – surgical options for improving movement and symmetry of the face, facial reanimation surgery to restore the ability to smile