At The Fitzmaurice Hand Institute we know that each and every day counts when you’re recovering from surgery. The difference between one day or two days might not be huge under normal circumstances, but when you’re in pain and limited in movement, days can seem like years. That’s why our very own Dr. Fitzmaurice has… Read more
Typing, driving, talking on the phone – if these common activities have suddenly become painful, you might have carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a progressive condition caused by excess pressure on the median nerve, which runs from your forearm to your hand through a small passageway known as the carpal tunnel. This narrow,… Read more
For many patients, recovering from carpal tunnel surgery can be the toughest part of treating the condition. But not for our patients. At the Fitzmaurice Hand Institute, our minimally invasive approach and special supplementation make the healing process as easy as possible. In fact, our patients are able to move their hand immediately after carpal… Read more
The Fitzmaurice Hand Institute recognizes that healthcare can be complicated, confusing and expensive. That’s why we are working hard to establish a cash pricing model to make our services more accessible to patients with out-of-network insurance, high deductibles, or without insurance altogether. We are able to offer these prices due to the absence of risk… Read more
In today’s mobile-driven world, it’s no surprise that almost everyone uses text messaging as a means of communication throughout their day. However, it may surprise you to learn that the number of messages we actually send and receive every day has increased dramatically in just the last five years. In fact, some studies indicate that… Read more
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