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Overcoming Hand Trauma

Dr Low Tze Hau, Consultant Hand & Microsurgeon, Subang Jaya Medical Centre

09-Jun-20 16:00

Overcoming Hand Trauma

From tapping on your smartphone and keyboard, to driving and doing household work, you are putting your hands to work every waking moment of the day. At one time or another, you have probably experienced a minor injury to your fingers, hands, or wrists that has caused pain or swelling. But not all hand injuries are the same, and not all can be brushed off as overuse injuries. Dr Low Tze Hau, Consultant Hand & Microsurgeon from Subang Jaya Medical Centre, explains the causes of hand trauma and the role of microsurgery in restoring function.

Produced by: Tee Shiao Eek

Presented by: Meera Sivasothy


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