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Ladan Hajipour deals with a variety of hand and wrist conditions, including all aspects of soft tissue, bone and joint disorders of the hand and wrist.
Hand Conditions (A-Z)
Base of Thumb Arthritis
This occurs as the articular cartilage is lost across the joint and therefore the two ends of the bone rub over each other and lead to pain.
A condition where pressure on one of the main nerves to the hand (the Median nerve) leads to uncomfortable pins and needles sensations in the hand.
Cubital tunnel syndrome is compression or irritation of the ulnar nerve, which is located in a tunnel on the inside of the elbow.
De Quervain’s Disease
De Quervain’s Disease is synovitis or inflammation around the thumb tendons.
Digital Mucous Cyst
A small fluid-filled cyst that occurs at the end finger joint (DIP joint), on the back of the hand close to the base of the nail.
Dupuytren’s Disease is a genetic condition that can lead to a finger contracture over time.
Finger arthritis develops when the cartilage between the 2 moving bones have been damaged.
There are different types of finger fractures, which is when one or more of the bones (phalanges) breaks.
Ganglion cysts are fluid-filled swellings which usually develop near a finger joint.
Fractures of the hand can occur in the small bones of the fingers (phalanges) or the long bones (metacarpals).
Mallet finger develops as a result of injury to the tendon (extensor tendon) that inserts to the tip of the finger and straightens the finger.
A metacarpal fracture is when one or more of the metacarpal bones are broken.
Rugby Jersey Finger
Rugby Jersey Finger occurs as a tear in one of the four flexor tendons in each finger.
Thumb Ligament Injury
A sprained thumb occurs when the thumb ligaments are stretched beyond their capabilities, sometimes leading to a tear in the ligament.
Trigger finger is a common and often painful condition that can affect any of the fingers or thumb.
Wrist Conditions (A-Z)
Kienböck’s disease is the loss of blood flow to the lunate bone in the wrist.
A scaphoid fracture is the breaking of your scaphoid bone, one of the carpal bones in the hand, around the wrist area.
Scapholunate Ligament Tear
Scapholunate ligament tear often results from a fall onto the outstretched hand or a forceful/violent twisting injury to the hand.
There are two types of TFCC Tear, both caused by different factors.
Wrist arthritis is a condition which affects the joints in the wrist.
Any break that involves end of the 2 long bones of the forearm (radius and ulna) are considered as wrist fractures.
Wrist fusion, also known as total wrist arthrodesis, is a surgical procedure that combats the issue of arthritis in the wrist.
A ganglion cyst is a harmless swelling that can appear at any joint in the body, but most commonly occurs at the wrist.