CRPS and Nerve Pain Gone with Peripheral Nerve Surgery
Dr. Aguila utilized a multi-modality approach to get Hailey back to the sport she loves.
The Healing Hands Promise: Focus on Medical and Financial Health
Kerry was one of the first patients in Nebraska to undergo Ultrasound Guided Carpal Tunnel Release (USCTR). This in-office procedure eliminates the downtime of traditional Carpal Tunnel Surgery. Kerry had what she calls “an awesome experience” with the Healing Hands team.
Watch her story and learn more about USCTR and financial transparency.
Peripheral Neuropathy Pain Healed with Nerve Surgery
Peripheral Neuropathy Leg and Foot Pain Relieved by Nerve Surgery
Delores would cry all day because the pain in her legs and feet was so bad. She was depressed because she didn’t think there was a doctor who could help her. Then right here on Facebook she found Dr. Demetrio Aguila, a Peripheral Nerve Surgeon who focuses on surgical solutions for chronic pain. Watch how he helped Delores get back on her feet.
Peripheral neuropathy is a peripheral nerve disorders. There are many different risk factors associated with developing peripheral neuropathy. Two of the most common are diabetes and hypothyroidism.
It is important to note that many people with no known risk factors can still develop the disease (idiopathic neuropathy).
Peripheral neuropathy affects the feet and hands. It may develop gradually or very quickly. The symptoms usually include sensations like numbness, tingling, pins/needles, burning, freezing, shooting or throbbing pain that is worse with activity and at night. It can also produce weakness, loss of fine motor coordination in the hands, and loss of balance.
Peripheral neuropathy is considered to be progressive and incurable in most cases.
Ultrasound Guided Carpal Tunnel Release Success Story
Juliette is a patient thrilled with the results of her Ultrasound Guided Carpal Tunnel Release (USCTR). As a Hairdresser and Caregiver, she could not afford the six-week recovery from conventional Carpal Tunnel Surgery so USCTR was a great option. Watch her story and learn more about this painless, simple procedure.
First Patients in Nebraska to undergo Ultrasound Guided Carpal Tunnel Release
Ultrasound Guided Carpal Tunnel Release Makes the Difference for Patient
Dr. Demetrio Aguila is the first doctor in Nebraska to offer patients Ultrasound Guided Carpal Tunnel Release. This innovative new procedure is done in the office, without general anesthesia and zero down time. In fact, the first patient in Nebraska to undergo Ultrasound Guided Carpal Tunnel Release is a nurse in Dr. Aguila’s office. The procedure was so easy and painless that she was able to go back to work immediately and be involved in the very next case!
Watch her story and learn more about this cutting-edge option for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)?
Affecting more than 12 million people, CTS can cause pain, numbness and tingling in the hand and arm. It occurs when the median nerve, one of the major nerves in the hand, is compressed as it travels through the carpal tunnel in the wrist.
Traditional Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery
CTS may be treated surgically through a procedure called carpal tunnel release (CTR), which relieves pressure on the median nerve by cutting the transverse carpal ligament. Traditional CTR procedures can remedy the condition, but may result in large and sometimes painful scars, ongoing palm pain, and a long road to recovery.
A New Way to Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome for Faster Recovery
Now there’s a proven way to get rapid relief from carpal tunnel pain and return quickly to normal activities.
Our team focuses on Pain-Focused Peripheral Nerve Surgery.
Healing Hands of Nebraska
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West Holt Medical Office
West Holt Medical Services
406 West Neely Street
Atkinson, NE 68713
**Practice Hours Subject to Change
1st Tuesday AND 3rd Tuesday of the month: 8am – 3pm (Atkinson outreach)
2nd Tuesday AND 4th Tuesday of the month: noon – 7pm
Wednesday: 8am – 3pm
Thursday: 8am – 3pm
Friday: 8am – 3pm
Saturday & Sunday: closed