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Congenital Hand Clinic
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1915 Randolph Rd
2nd Floor
Charlotte, NC 28207

The Congenital Hand Reconstructive Center is a specialized clinic focused on providing comprehensive care for individuals born with hand or limb differences. This center brings together a multidisciplinary team of experts with the primary goal of improving the function and appearance of the affected hand, enabling individuals to lead fulfilling and independent lives.

We recognize that many children are born with variations in particular parts of their bodies, which can be emotionally and physically impactful for both them and you as their families. These differences, often originating during fetal development, can manifest due to genetic factors or occur spontaneously. Whether detected prenatally or after birth, each child's journey is distinctive, requiring individualized attention and care.

Our team specializes in treating a range of upper extremity conditions, from isolated cases to those associated with syndromes involving other medical or orthopedic issues. We understand that these conditions, while rare, can profoundly affect a child's well-being and development.

During each clinic visit, your child will receive comprehensive care from multiple physicians, ensuring that every aspect of their condition is carefully assessed and addressed. This collaborative approach allows us to tailor state-of-the-art treatment plans that are as unique as your child's needs.

At OrthoCarolina, we are committed to providing compassionate, sensitive care to every child and family who walks through our doors. Our goal is not only to improve physical function but also to support emotional well-being, empowering children to thrive and embrace their differences with confidence.


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Kaluf B, Smith C, Gart MS, Gaston RG, Loeffler BJ. Evaluating the Ability of Congenital Upper Extremity Amputees to Control a Multi-Degree of Freedom Myoelectric Prosthesis; Abstract Presentation: American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists Annual Meeting; 2019 Mar 6-9; Orlando, FL