Wednesday, May 15, 2013

New Surgery Reverses Hand Paralysis

A California doctor develops a new procedure to restore hand mobility in paralysis patients by mending tiny nerve endings.

Justin M. Brown, MD, reconstructive neurosurgeon at UC San Diego Health System, is one of only a few specialists in the world who have pioneered a novel technique to restore hand function in patients with spinal cord injury.

In a delicate four-hour procedure, Brown splices together tiny nerve endings, only one millimeter in width, to help restore hand mobility. Most patients return home 24 hours after surgery. Read the entire article.

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