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Hand & Wrist

Hands that function properly are crucial to performing the routine activities of daily life, but many people find it impossible to perform even the simplest acts due to pain or injury. Hand and wrist surgery is performed for a variety of reasons, and each patient has his or her own goals and desires. While some patients are striving to find relief from pain and numbness, others may be trying to restore functionality after an injury or amputation. The overall key to any hand and wrist procedure is to search for the most minimally-invasive procedure while utilizing state-of-the-art technology to restore hand use.

Dr. Shelby R. Lies, MD

Dr. Shelby Lies’ credentials and training make him a highly sought-after plastic surgeon in the greater Dallas/Fort Worth area. Each patient is a complete individual to Dr. Lies, and he believes they are deserving of care that complements the entire body. Whether the patient has concerns about hand and wrist functioning, has experienced some type of injury or fracture, or is concerned about restoration after an amputation, Dr. Lies works to create an experience that leaves the patient feeling his or her very best.

Hand and Wrist Surgical Options

Dr. Lies takes a hands-on approach with every patient and always searches for the least invasive, most efficient solution to treat the patient’s problem. Hand and wrist procedures may correct such conditions as:

  • Arthritis

  • Fracture Reduction

  • Tendon Problems

  • Carpal Tunnel

  • Cubital Tunnel

  • Dupuytren’s Contracture

  • Ganglion Cyst

  • Trigger Finger

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