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At the Brachial Plexus Program at the University of Michigan, we offer a multidisciplinary approach to comprehensively treat brachial plexus palsy, utilizing a dedicated team to assess your child's needs and recommend a treatment plan with just a single visit.
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The team of specialists who performs hand surgery at the University of Michigan Health System is dedicated to providing comprehensive care for a variety of hand problems. Beginning with your initial consultation, and concluding with your last visit, our team strives to make your experience a positive one.
Hand, wrist or elbow pain can come from trauma (such as from a fall), arthritis or even overuse, and can stop you from doing many of your daily activities. Our team of surgeons, therapists and nurses at the University of Michigan Health System are specially trained to treat all forms of hand, wrist and elbow problems with a variety of non-surgical and surgical treatments.
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Pediatric Plastic Surgery at the University of Michigan Health System.
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