The goal in all Carpal Tunnel Surgeries is to relieve the pressure on the nerve. How is this done? This is achieved by surgically relieving the pressure off of the nerve, and creating room for the nerve to live in without further compression.
Sounds simple doesn’t it?? But not all surgical procedures are alike:
There are several ways to do surgery to relieve pressure in the carpal tunnel and on the nerve , which is a good thing. These different techniques boil down to one of two categories:
Dr DURAND is the only fellowship trained hand surgeon, Board Certified in Canada and the United States, with 25 years of hand surgery experience, and is a former associate professor at McGill University , and former Examiner for Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
DR DURAND ALSO HAS A MASTERS DEGREE IN EXPERIMENTAL NERVE SURGERY FROM MCGILL UNIVERSITY , AND THUS IS UNIQUELY SUITED TO BRING YOU THE BEST AND MOST HIGHLY TUNED TREATMENT TO THE CONDITION OF CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME, AS WELL AS ALL ASPECTS OF HAND SURGERY.
When you take into consideration all the medical and surgical experience in the scientific literature regarding the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome, there is absolutely no doubt that Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery is the single and best method that provides long-term lifelong pain relief from carpel tunnel syndrome.
Easy & Rapid appointments for Evaluation & Diagnosis.
Treatments OFTEN available SAME DAY or within 1 week.
The answer is quite simple: firstly: This endoscopic technique represents the finest, most skilled approach that takes special training to master, and secondly: specialized instruments and cameras and monitors are required that not all institutions, administrators, or surgeons are ready to invest in
But Dr Durand’s belief is unshakable: Only the best is good enough for my patients, and that is why I have been practicing this technique on satisfied patients for over 25 years!!!!
The end result is that by avoiding the longer incision, and by not cutting and damaging the other structures in the hand, patients experience significantly less post-op pain and heal up to FOUR TIMES FASTER!!!
Patients who have had endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery typically return to daily activities within 10 days, compared to open technique patients which are much more uncomfortable after surgery and can take up to 12-15 weeks of healing.
IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING TREATMENT FOR CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME, DR. DANIEL DURAND WILL GUIDE YOU, FROM CONSULTATION TO RECOVERY, TO THE BEST CARPAL TUNNEL RELEASE PROCEDURES. DR. DURAND HELPS MEN AND WOMEN FROM MONTREAL AREA TO ENJOY A PAIN-FREE LIFE AGAIN THROUGH ENDOSCOPIC CARPAL TUNNEL RELEASE PROCEDURE.
Dr. Durand will take the time to carefully outline the various options available to you along with the benefits and risks associated with each procedure during your comprehensive one-on-one consultation.