Carpal tunnel syndrome Dr. Topper has
been using the endoscopic approach to treating this condition
since its inception nearly ten years ago. He was also one
of the initial investigators of this method at Mayo Clinic.
The endoscopic approach offers a faster recovery and return to
Wrist arthroscopy By employing advanced technology
to tighten loose ligaments and structures in the wrist, Dr.
Topper often can restore function without the need for a partial
wrist fusion, which may result in permanent loss of motion.
Dr. Topper has been invited to speak about this technique to
other hand surgeons at national meetings and is published on this
Instability of the wrist Dr. Topper uses the
latest arthroscopic techniques, which can successfully restore
stability to the bones and ligaments of the wrist. Because
these techniques are minimally invasive, there is less scarring
and a faster recovery time.
Total wrist arthroplasty By incorporating
state-of-the-art implants, Dr. Topper can improve the grip
strength as well as provide superior range of motion.
Dr. Topper also offers specialized treatment for rheumatoid
deformities of the wrist, wrist fractures, ganglion cyst,
De Quervains tendonitis, extensor tendon injuries and
the latest vascularized grafts for Kienbocks disease.