The Hand Surgery Program at The Polyclinic provides comprehensive care in diagnosing and treating all problems in the hand and wrist.
Experts in Hand Surgery
The hand is made up of bone, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, nerves, skin, and blood vessels. The relationship between these structures is delicate and requires special expertise. An injury or disease affecting any or all of these structures can impair the use of your hand. Our qualified, board certified hand surgeons are specially trained to treat the delicate and complex structure of the hand and wrist. We have the orthopedic expertise needed to diagnose and treat problems of the hand and wrist, including:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome and peripheral nerve compression
- Dupytren’s contracture
- Fractures and dislocations
- Ganglion cysts
- Joint replacement/reconstruction
- Ligament injuries
- Sports injuries
- Trigger finger
- Wrist pain
First Hill Surgery Center
Not all conditions require surgery. If your physician recommends surgery, he or she might schedule it at First Hill Surgery Center, The Polyclinic’s ambulatory or outpatient surgery center. First Hill Surgery Center is located in the heart of Seattle’s First Hill medical community and is one of the largest independent outpatient surgery centers in the region. A joint venture between The Polyclinic and Swedish Medical Center, First Hill Surgery Center features the latest surgical technology in a patient-friendly setting. Some procedures that may be performed in this facility include, but are not limited to:
- Carpal tunnel release
- Trigger finger
- Dupytren’s release
- Fracture repair
More information about First Hill Surgery Center.
One part of a collaborative, comprehensive program
Our Hand Surgery specialists are part of a larger, comprehensive Musculoskeletal Program that includes:
- Hand Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
- Spine Surgery
- Sports & Performance Medicine
We have many experienced therapists, physicians and surgeons in these closely related specialties who work together to provide patients with well-coordinated care and an excellent patient experience.
Contact the Hand Program at 206-860-5578 to make an appointment or for more information.