Partial Hand Prosthetics For Muscle Transfers

​​OrthoCarolina and Hanger Clinic Partner for Partial Hand Prosthetics

Individuals with partial hand amputations desiring individual finger control of a myoelectric hand might benefit from a groundbreaking surgical procedure called muscle transfer.

​​In this procedure, existing muscle from the fingers are moved to the back of the hand without damaging the nerves and blood vessels to the muscles. Watch​ the video below to see how Hanger Clinic Upper Limb Specialist, Brian Monroe partnered with Dr. Glenn Gaston and Dr. Bryan Loeffler to create a prosthesis that helped a patient regain individual finger control after muscle transfer surgery at OrthoCarolina.

Brian Monroe
Upper Limb Specialist

Hanger Clinic Upper Limb Specialists care for more upper limb patients than any other provider in the United States and our partnership with OrthoCarolina provides you a true team approach to prosthetic solutions from two leading healthcare providers.

To learn more about partial hand prostheses for muscle transfers, schedule a free evaluation with Hanger Clinic in Charlotte by calling (704) 377-7099.

​For additional arm, hand and finger prosthetic solutions, call 1-877-4HANGER to schedule a free evaluation at any of our 800 patient care clinics nationwide.