Following a severe traumatic injury, burn, or a condition such as diabetes or peripheral neuropathy, many patients struggle with serious wounds that need reconstructive assistance in order to heal and return the area to as much as its original function as possible. In these instances, an experienced plastic surgeon with advanced knowledge of wound care can help.
UPMC’s Alexander Spiess, MD is one of the most experienced, qualified, and skilled wound care specialists in the Pittsburgh region, and he specializes in providing top-of- the-line reconstructive surgery for wounds and burns to the hands, wrists, arms, legs and feet. Using state-of-the-art technology, Dr. Spiess offers his patients thorough, compassionate care that is focused on helping them return to full functionality and find relief from debilitating pain.
If you’re ready to experience the best wound healing and closure available from the top wound care surgeon in the Pittsburgh area, you’ve found the right doctor. Reach out to Dr. Spiess’s office and schedule your first consultation today.
Whether it’s due to a traumatic injury or a condition such as diabetes or peripheral neuropathy, a serious wound to your hand, wrist, arm, legs, feet, or buttocks can be painful, debilitating, and pose risks for infection if not repaired in full. Additionally, the appearance of a wound in these areas can have negative effects on your confidence and prevent you from enjoying your life to the fullest following your recovery.
Alexander Spiess, MD proudly provides reconstructive consultation and surgery for a wide variety of wounds to the hand, wrist, arm, legs, feet, and buttocks. As Pittsburgh’s premier wound care specialist, Dr. Spiess offers plastic surgery for wound closure or pressure sore care, helping patients to restore the anatomy, mobility and appearance of their affected area.
If you’re struggling with your recovery from a wound or pressurre sore to your buttocks or extremities, don’t wait to find the relief you deserve. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Spiess and begin the process of restoring your body today.
Because we use them to hold things, reach out, and explore our world, our hands and wrists are often on the front lines of sensation, including that which can hurt us. For this reason, hands and wrists are some of the most common body parts to sustain burns, which can range from mild to extremely severe.
If you’ve sustained serious burns or have debilitating scars on your body and are seeking reconstructive surgery, Alexander Spiess, MD can help. Dr. Spiess is highly experienced in providing wound care for burns, as well as plastic surgery for burn victims who are struggling with the function and appearance of their body as a result of scarring from their injuries.
Whenever you’re ready to begin the conversation about plastic surgery for burns or scars, Dr. Spiess is ready to speak with you. Schedule your first consultation today and take the first step toward receiving the best care UPMC has to offer.
Peripheral neuropathy is a condition in which the nerves in your peripheral system -- including those found in your hands, fingers and wrists -- become damaged and destroyed.
With enough nerve damage, the tissues of the affected area can also become damaged, resulting in wounds that may require reconstructive surgery to repair.