Hand Surgery
Hand surgery is the field of medicine that includes the investigation, preservation, and restoration by medical, surgical, and rehabilitative means of all structures of the upper extremity directly affecting the form and function of the hand and wrist.  PCRF has developed the area of hand surgery under our POET program, and also sponsored the training of a surgeon from the Palestine Medical Complex in Ramallah for a one-year fellowship in India in 2017.  Thousands of patients in Palestine and Lebanon's refugee camps have had complex hand surgery through our missions.  Dr. Scott Oishi,  the director of the Center for Excellence in Hand at Scottish Rite Hospital, specializing in hand disorders in Dallas, Texas is the volunteer head of our hand surgery medical advisory team for the West Bank, and Paris-based Prof. Christophe Oberlin heads our Gaza hand surgery efforts.
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