CARPAL TUNNEL ≫

Carpal tunnel syndrome is common in people who engage in jobs or activities that involve extensive use of their hands.

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GANGLION CYSTS ≫

Sometimes ganglion cysts go away without any medical intervention. Other times, non-surgical treatments help reduce the size of the cysts.

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HAND & WRIST FRACTURES ≫

At our center, Dr. Joshua Gordon, MD and Dr. Leonard Gordon, MD are highly-experienced in treating fractures in the wrists and hands.

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ARTHRITIS & OSTEOARTHRITIS ≫

If you are suffering from arthritis and have decided to do something about it, feel free to contact our center. We are more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

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TRIGGER FINGER ≫

Trigger Finger refers to a condition wherein one of the fingers in a person’s hand becomes stuck at a certain position. If you find that you’re showing the symptoms of trigger finger, please get in touch with Dr. Joshua Gordon and Dr. Leonard Gordon at the Hand and Microsurgery Medical Group.

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FOREARM FRACTURES ≫

Forearm fractures interfere with the natural motion of the forearm. Apart from that, they can inhibit bending or straightening of the forearms or cause immense pain. There are definite symptoms to be aware of if you believe you may have sustained a forearm fracture.

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CUBITAL TUNNEL ≫

Are you experiencing tingling or numbness in your fingers? Well, if you are, you may have what is known as Cubital Tunnel Syndrome. The symptoms for cubital tunnel syndrome can vary from person to person but there are certain common symptoms that may require medical attention.

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HAND TENDON ≫

Hand tendon injuries must be promptly treated to prevent long-term loss of function. Orthopedic hand specialists, Leonard Gordon and Josh Gordon, specialize in tendon surgery and offer full treatment for hand injuries.

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DUPUYTREN’S DISEASE ≫

Dupuytren’s disease, also known as Dupuytren’s contracture, is a hand deformity. It affects a thick layer of tissue that lies under the skin of the palm. Over a period of years, nodules, bands, and cords of tissue gradually form under the skin.

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NERVE INJURIES & NEUROPATHY ≫

Nerve injuries in the hand and arm can cause pain, numbness, tingling and muscle weakness or paralysis, thereby limiting daily activities at work and home.

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RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS ≫

Treatment of rheumatoid arthritis is directed toward relieving pain and inflammation and preventing the progression of the disease. Very significant advances have been made in the medical treatment of this condition.

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FINGER PROSTHESIS ≫

When you visit the Hand and Microsurgery Medical Group for treatment, you will have a consultation with either Dr. Leonard Gordon or Dr. Joshua Gordon. The doctor will take a look at your hand and discuss your needs and expectations, recommending the best solution for you.

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TUMORS ≫

Tumors occur when tissues begin to grow uncontrollably in the body. While some are harmless, others are dangerous and may cause further harm, requiring immediate medical attention.

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CONGENITAL DISORDERS ≫

Throughout history, due to disadvantages of unsophisticated technology, many people were unable to treat the congenital hand disorders of their babies. However, these days, there are plenty of treatments available for infants, older children and adults alike.

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VASCULAR DISEASES ≫

At Hand and Microsurgery Medical Group, we specialize in effectively treating patients living with vascular diseases. Whatever the condition may be, we focus on providing unmatched care and comfort to all our patients.

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ELBOW & FOREAREM FRACTURES ≫

Fractures, especially of the elbow and forearm, are among the most common injuries that can happen to anyone. At Hand and Microsurgery Medical Group, we have years of experience successfully treating such injuries, in both children and adults.

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LATERAL EPICONDYLITIS ≫

Commonly referred to as “tennis elbow”, lateral epicondylitis is a condition where the tendons in your elbow swell up, causing intense pain. This can severely affect not only your daily activities, but your overall quality of life.

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MEDIAL EPICONDYLITIS ≫

Commonly referred to as “golfer’s elbow”, medial epicondylitis is a condition where you experience pain in the area where the bony bump inside your elbow and the tendons of your forearm muscles attach to each other.

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NAIL CONDITIONS ≫

Nail abnormalities come in all forms. Mostly, they affect the appearance, growth and color of your nails. While healthy nails are fairly strong, have consistent coloring and appear smooth, unhealthy nails are the exact opposite.

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