Welcome to

Los Angeles Hand Surgeon

The human hand is a thing of wonder. While we typically take our hands for granted, they are the most flexible part of our body. From our fingertips, that the temperature of even a single grain of sand, to a revolving joint as complex as our wrist, our hands are an often overlooked source of amazement.

Our hands are not only functional, because of the practical purposes they fulfill, they are also always on display. When our hands are injured by accident or through disease, they typically become a great source of pain and sorrow.

Where does it hurt

where does it hurt?

The anatomy of the entire arm, including the hand, wrist and elbow, is extremely complex and intricate and allows for precise movements that most people take for granted. If you are suffering from an injury, disease or condition, please use our free tool to try to narrow down the possible causes and learn about the treatments available to you.

Meet Our Providers

L.A. Hand Surgeon is proud to present two of the finest plastic and reconstructive hand surgeons in the country. Meet hand surgeon Dr. Yaghoubian, a hand surgeon and specialist who underwent a hand and microsurgery fellowship and attended the University of California, Los Angeles School of Medicine. Our team also consists of board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. James Coleman. Dr. Coleman attended Harvard Medical School. Both specialize in aesthetic and reconstructive hand surgeries.

Conditions & Diseases of the Hand & Arm

A Los Angeles hand surgeon can treat a wide variety of concerns such as pain associated with tennis elbow or unsightly cysts in the palm. Hand surgeons often treat gnarled hands, fractures to the bones, or strains to the ligaments.

Diseases that slow or stop blood circulation, conditions that stiffen fingers, wrists, and elbows, and injuries to the nerves that work our muscles are all common concerns. Our active lives demand a great deal from our joints, which can suffer as a result. Arthroscopic surgery can repair many conditions with much less pain and faster recovery times than was previously possible. Many of our patients, in fact, report full recovery of function in their hands and freedom from previously debilitating pain.

Individuals who feel like their quality of life is diminished because of issues with their hands report reduced function in their fingers, wrists, hands, or elbows; a consultation with a qualified hand surgeon is the first necessary step towards recovery.

Our offices offer treatment to treat a wide variety of hand and arm issues including carpal tunnel syndrome, hand tumors, trigger finger, hand numbness, arthritis, hand and wrist nerve injury, cubital tunnel release, infection and a more. For additional information, please visit the American Society for Surgery of the Hand website.