Devonshire Surgical Facility : Procedures

Procedures for Shoulders, Wrist and Hand

A Reminder for Patients
Please remember, if you are scheduled for surgery, you will need to have a friend or relative accompany you home after surgery.Public transportation is not recommended.
Also, please remember not to eat 7 hours before surgery.

Devonshire Surgical Facility offers the following procedures for the Shoulders, Wrist and Hand.


  • Rotator cuff tear repair (Supraspinatus syndrome)
  • Excision of calcium deposit
  • Acromioplasty
  • Repair incomplete tear rotator cuff tear
  • Acromectomy
  • Little ligament shoulder repair
  • Care for adhesims and manipulation
  • Anterior acromiaplasty (Neer)
  • Arthroscopic reconstruction (Bankart repair)
  • Arthroscopic management of inflammatory arthritis/synovitis
  • Synovitis
  • Scapulothoracic endoscomy
  • Wrist and Hand

  • Surgery for DeQuevains disease
  • Surgery for Dupetran's disease
  • Surgery for tendon repair
  • Surgery for nerve repair
  • Surgery for wrist injury
  • Arthroplasty of the wrist

  • Surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Surgery for intra fractures of distal radius
  • Surgery for triangular fibrocartilage complex
  • Surgery for interosscus ligamentous injuries
  • Carpal tunnel release (Chord procedure)
  • Arthroscopic techniques

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