Restoring Hand Function
The hands are some of the most complex parts of the human body. From bones, to ligaments, muscle and cartilage, the hands’ many parts must work in concert with one another to make event the simplest tasks possible.
When opening a jar or grasping a pen becomes a painful experience, medical intervention is needed. Too often, people simply accept pain in their hands and fingers as a natural part of aging. The reality is that you don’t have to live with pain. Orthopedic-hand surgeon, Dr. Robert Unsell, is a pioneer in the use of many surgical and non-surgical treatments for a variety of disorders affecting the upper extremities–including the hand, wrist and elbow.
Whether you have suffered a traumatic injury or live with the daily pain from Rheumatoid Arthritis, Dr. Unsell and his team can restore your hand’s function.
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Meet the Doctor
After graduating from Loma Linda School of Medicine Dr. Unsell spent more than a decade serving at Loma Linda in several positions including the Assistant Professor of Orthopedics as well as the Assistant director of the Hand Fellowship Program. He has been involved with the training of 35 hand fellows, 15 of which now hold academic teaching positions.