This slow, progressive contracture mainly affects the ring finger and pinky and the layer of tissue that lies under the palm. Knots form under the skin that create a thick cord that maintains the fingers in a bent position. Treatment options include surgery and injections.
Surgical Drainage and/or Debridement
Surgical drainage and/or debridement may be needed to treat a variety of hand infections including:
- superficial infections
- infections of the nail
- infections of the tendon and tendon sheath
- infections of the deep spaces of the hand
- septic arthritis
A scar is an area of fibrous tissue that replaces normal skin after injury. While a natural part of the healing process, scars can make a person self-conscious. Scar revision minimizes a scar so it is more consistent with your skin tone and texture.
Skin Cancer Removal
Using special techniques to preserve your health and appearance, skin cancer can be surgically remove cancerous growths and other skin lesions.
Schedule a Consultation
During a consultation with Dr. Manuel Gigena, FACS, he will review your current condition and discuss possible treatments or procedures.