Peripheral Nerve Surgeries

Peripheral Nerve Surgeries
Surgery may be necessary for peripheral nerve conditions when non-surgical techniques are no longer alleviating pain in the hand or the arm.

Carpal Tunnel Decompression

A carpal tunnel decompression divides the ligament that makes up part of the carpal tunnel. This makes more room for the median nerve and tendons that pass through the tunnel.

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Peripheral Nerve Tumor Removal

Peripheral nerve tumors are generally removed electively. The rare, cancerous variety is treated with a combination of therapies.

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Peroneal Nerve Decompression

Peroneal nerve decompression is performed to reduce pressure on the peroneal nerve and to remove any lesions.

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Ulnar Nerve Decompression

Ulnar nerve decompression surgery, also cubital tunnel release surgery, cuts into the ligament that makes up part of the cubital tunnel. This makes more room for the ulnar nerve to pass through the tunnel.

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