Nerve Injuries in Biloxi, MS
Dr. Miller and Apogee Plastic Surgery offer treatment for nerve injuries to the residents of Biloxi, Gulfport, Pascagoula, Hattiesburg, Long Beach, Ocean Springs, and the surrounding Mississippi communities.
What are Nerve Injuries?
Nerves are a vital part of your body’s internal communication system, delivering messages to and from the brain. Because they are fragile, nerves can be easily damaged by any kind of pressure, stretching or cutting. When nerve injuries occur, you can lose both feeling and movement in your hands.
As a physician skilled in the treatment of hand nerve injuries, Dr. John H. Miller offers his board-certified services to patients across the Gulf Coast region. Apogee Plastic Surgery is known to the residents of Biloxi, Gulfport, Pascagoula, Hattiesburg, Long Beach, Ocean Springs, and the surrounding Mississippi communities as a place where they can count on warm, experienced care.
How are Nerve Injuries Treated?
The treatment for nerve injuries in Mississippi will depend on the scope of the trauma. Damage is rated on a scale from first to fifth degree. Nerve injuries in the first- to third-degree range will usually heal on their own. If the trauma is particularly deep, however, surgery may be recommended.
If you are considering treatment for a nerve injury, please contact Dr. Miller at his Biloxi office today. By working with Apogee Plastic Surgery, you can be assured that we will dedicate ourselves to helping you regain normal use of your hand after a nerve injury. We welcome patients from near and far, including Biloxi, Gulfport, Pascagoula, Hattiesburg, Long Beach, Ocean Springs, and the surrounding Mississippi communities.
Am I a Good Candidate for Nerve Injuries Treatment?
The best way to determine your suitability for our nerve injury treatment in Biloxi is to set up a time to speak with Dr. Miller. He will listen to your individual circumstances and conduct a thorough review of your medical history and current condition. Our nerve injury patients in Biloxi typically experience damage to at least one of the following main nerves in the hand:
- Radial nerve: Supplies sensation to the area on the thumb side of the back of your hand and controls the main muscle that extends your thumb.
- Ulnar nerve: Supplies feeling to the outer half of your ring finger, your little finger and the little finger side of your hand and allows your fingers to move together and apart.
- Median nerve: Supplies sensation to your thumb, index finger, middle finger, half of your ring finger and the palm side of your hand and allows your thumb to move away from your palm.
What Kind of Care Can I Expect After Nerve Injuries Treatment?
During your follow-up care for nerve injury treatment, the staff at Apogee Plastic Surgery in Biloxi will make sure you are comfortable and healing properly. You can rest easy knowing that Dr. Miller will give you specific and individual advice and attention. You will be supported and cared for from the beginning to the end of the process.
What are the Typical Results of Nerve Injuries Treatment?
The results you experience from nerve injury treatment will depend on the severity of the damage. Many nerve injury patients say Dr. Miller’s treatment has improved their quality of life.
If you are considering treatment for a hand nerve injury, then research your options extensively, so you know what to expect. When you meet with Dr. Miller, he will encourage you to voice any concerns you may have and openly discuss what you anticipate from any recommended procedure.
What are Nerve Injuries Treatment Costs in Biloxi?
Your treatment for nerve injuries is a very personalized procedure. Therefore, Dr. Miller’s staff will be happy to discuss nerve injuries prices with you on an individual basis. This procedure is usually covered by your health insurance.
Apogee Plastic Surgery works with CareCredit® to provide financing options for patients. Within a few hours, you can be pre-approved for your cosmetic procedure.
Dr. John H. Miller offers plastic and reconstructive surgery to patients across Mississippi including: Biloxi, Gulfport, Pascagoula, Hattiesburg, Long Beach, Ocean Springs, MS. Contact Dr. John H. Miller’s office today to schedule your Nerve Injuries Consultation!