Videos

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​​February 10, 2009​​

Workplace Hazards, Part 1​​

Myriad of causes lead to environmental illness. Some 100,000 chemicals are commonly used in the workplace today. University of Washington School of Medicine professors Drs. Joann G. Elmore, Hugh M. Foy, Christopher H. Allan and Matthew Keifer explain how workplace hazards are identified and what solutions are available to prevent or reduce injuries and health concerns. Also explore the most common of occupational injuries – carpal tunnel syndrome – and its related disorders.​​

​February 10, 2009​​

Workplace Hazards, Part 2

In the second half of this two-part program, continue to learn about dangers in the workplace. University of Washington School of Medicine professors Drs. Joann G. Elmore, Hugh M. Foy, Christopher H. Allan and Matthew Keifer explain how workplace hazards are identified and what solutions are available to prevent or reduce injuries and health concerns. Also explore the most common of occupational injuries – carpal tunnel syndrome – and its related disorders.​

​September 14, 2008​​

Thumb Joint Replacement​​

One of the UW Hand Center doctors performs surgery on patient Linda Holland’s painful left thumb. He removes parts of the arthritic bone where cartilage had worn away and inserts a biological cartilage graft. ​

​December 13, 2006​​

​​Hand and Microsurgery Team

UWTV's Inside Access takes a behind-the-scenes look at Drs. Doug Hanel, Thomas Trumble and Nicholas Vedder as they work with patients suffering from stiff elbow, radius malunion, carpal tunnel syndrome and thumb arthritis. ​

​July 22, 2003

Hand and Wrist Arthritis

Dr. Thomas Trumble, explains surgical treatment and physical therapy management for arthritis of the hand. He reviews the anatomy of fingers and wrist, as well as surgical procedures that repair the injury, improve hand function, and reduce pain.​

A presentation on hand injuries and related surgical management. Included is a review of the anatomy of the hand and a demonstration of surgical procedures that repair injury and restore function.

​​June 18, 2001​

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Advances in Treatment

A presentation on hand injuries and related surgical management. Included is a review of the anatomy of the hand and a demonstration of surgical procedures that repair injury and restore function.

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