Hand Surgery in Zurich

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Zurich, Switzerland
Privatklinik Bethanien
4.8
5 reviews

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Stefanie Baumann, 25 October 2018
My stay in the birth department of the Bethanien Clinic was completely perfect! Since it is my first child, I was allowed to benefit so much during this week. All midwives were very welcoming, helpful and helped me a lot in the new situation as a mother. The pediatrician also did a great job! You can tell all employees how much they enjoy doing their jobs with the newborn - that was beautiful! Many thanks to the entire clinic team, the kitchen & for the delicious food! I can warmly recommend this clinic to everyone.
Zurich, Switzerland
Hirslanden Klinik Im Park
4.8
5 reviews

From 5 verified reviews

Milan Milosevic, 14 November 2018
All right, I was outpatient catheter ablation made. Dr Sharp very gur, but especially anesthetics team, health professionals. Thank you dear people. Only thing that did not suit me was that I had to wait a long time for Doctor. But I was doing well there.
Zurich, Switzerland
Klinik Hirslanden
4.8
5 reviews

From 5 verified reviews

Manuela Meier, 16 November 2018
The doctors and all the staff are very friendly and helpful if you need help. It is a very good hospital, so I can recommend it to anyone, because I have very good experiences especially for bones and sinews I would also put my back in let this hospital.

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What you need to know about Hand Surgery in Zurich

Bones of the Hand and Wrist

Hand surgery is a surgical procedure to treat problems and conditions that take place in any part of the hand, including the joints, bones, cartilages, nerves, tendons, and skin. In some cases, hand surgery may also cover problems around the forearms, wrists, elbows, and shoulders. 

What Does the Procedure Involve?

There are several different types of surgery that can be carried out on the hand, depending on the cause of the problem, such as injury, disease, or congenital defect. Some of the main types of hand surgery are tendon repair, nerve repairs, closed reduction and fixation, joint replacement (arthroplasty), as well as surgical drainage and/or debridement. Most of these surgeries are performed under general anesthetic, but some can be done under local anesthetic. 

How Long Should I Stay in Zurich?

Depending on which type of surgery you underwent, you may need to stay in the hospital overnight. The recommended length of stay is 7 to 10 days at Zurich, but you should check with your surgeon when you can fly home. During your stay, your surgeon may schedule follow-up checkups where your condition is monitored and your stitches are removed.

What's the Recovery Time?

In general, you should be able to return to work within a week if your job does not require extensive use of your hands, but if your job is physically demanding and you need to use your hands a lot, it can take as long as 3 to 6 months before you can resume your job. The total recovery period may take around 6 months, but this depends on which type of surgery you underwent. 

MyMediTravel currently lists 3 facilities in Zurich offering Hand Surgery procedures - see above for the complete list, along with estimated prices. The price of a Hand Surgery can vary according to each individual’s case and will be determined based on your medical profile and an in-person assessment with the specialist. For a personalized quoteClick Here to submit your details

What About Aftercare?

After the surgery, you may need to attend a physical therapy program to strengthen your hand and bring back your range of motion using isometric exercises. Remember to begin your normal routine gradually and take it easy on your affected hand to prevent any complications. You may need to schedule an appointment with your local doctor to check your healing progress.

What's the Success Rate?

Hand surgery is effective and highly successful. However, just like most surgeries, it carries the risk of bleeding and infection. Other side effects and risks include incomplete healing, blood clots, and loss of feeling or movement of the fingers or hand. 

Are there Alternatives to Hand Surgery?

Surgery is only an option if other forms of treatment are unsuccessful. If you do not want to undergo surgery, you can take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications or cortisone injections and attend physical therapy. 

What Should You Expect Before and After the Procedure

Before surgery, your range of motion, mobility, and productivity may be limited. After hand surgery, you should be able to do normal things again and to perform your activities efficiently.

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