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Hand Surgery

Injuries to your fingers or wrist can limit the use of your hands, with pain potentially resonating through the entire upper extremity.

Dr. Tracy E. McCall is a surgeon who can treat trauma, arthritis, and other conditions that affect the hands and wrists.

Lake Country Plastic & Hand Surgery treats patients throughout the greater Waukesha and Milwaukee, WI, areas.

What Hand Surgery Can Do for You

Restore Function

During any hand surgery, our primary goal is to restore as much grip strength and flexibility as possible. The team at our Waukesha, WI, practice wants you to experience the normal use and sensation of your hands without any pain or discomfort.

Restore Form

If physical trauma or a medical condition has affected the appearance of your hands, we can remedy these aesthetic issues. Dr. McCall's experience as a plastic surgeon and a hand surgeon can help you achieve natural-looking cosmetic results.

Enhance Your Quality of Life

The renewed sense of independence that Dr. McCall's treatments provide can work wonders for your self-image and self-confidence, improving many aspects of life at home and in the workplace.

Symptoms of
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


  • Weakness in the hands
  • Numbness in the hands
  • Tingling in the hands or arm
  • Pins and needles in the fingers
  • Shock-like sensation in fingers
  • Loss of grip strength

Hand Trauma

Dr. McCall has a long history of responding to emergencies across Waukesha County. Some examples of these injuries include lacerations from table saw mishaps, fractures and tendon injuries from attempting to clear a clogged snowblower, and burn injuries to different parts of the hands.

Surgery for Injured Workers

Wisconsin has a proud history of farming and manufacturing, and Dr. McCall also treats many workers who were injured on the job. These injuries may be due to accidents, or they may be the result of repetitive stress. Whatever the case may be, we can work with your doctor to determine the ideal surgical procedure to restore regular function to your hands and upper extremities.

Have an Issue with Your Fingers or Hands? Contact a Skilled Hand Surgeon Today

If you've injured your hand or notice pain in your fingers, wrists, or elbows, you may need the help of a hand surgeon. For the last two decades, Dr. Tracy E. McCall has provided Waukesha County with reliable plastic surgery and hand surgery services. She can address hand fractures as well as injuries affecting the joints, tendons, nerves, and other structures of the fingers, palms, wrists, and elbows.

Lake Country Plastic & Hand Surgery can work with your doctor following diagnosis. We will tailor medical treatment to your needs so you can recover quickly and experience restored hand function.

If you live in the Waukesha or Milwaukee, WI, area and would like to learn more about the treatments we offer, contact our surgical center online. You can also request a consultation by phone.

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Dr. Tracy E. McCall
Dr. Tracy E. McCall can treat tendon, joint, and nerve injuries that affect the hands.

A Surgeon Committed to the People of Waukesha, WI


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Dr. McCall is amazing! She did a fantastic job on my bilateral reduction. I am so pleased with the results. Her nurse, Kristen, is also fantastic. I can't say enough good things! My only regret is that I didn't do it sooner. I would recommend her to anyone who is looking for a plastic surgeon in this area.

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Maisie Alsteen


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Dr. McCall and her nurse Kristen were the best! I had been bounced around from doctor to doctor and they took care of me right away! Calm environment, very nice and professional staff. It was a joy to be a patient with them. Would recommend any day.

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Arthritis of the Hands

Arthritis can affect different parts of the body, including the elbows, wrists, and hands. Osteoarthritis will often affect the point where the base of the thumb meets the wrist. This area can become painful as the joint deteriorates from years of use.

Corticosteroid injections into the affected joint can relieve pain and allow for up to a year or more of improved function. For those who don’t respond well to injections, different kinds of surgeries can provide relief.

During your consultation at our office in Waukesha, WI, we can determine if surgery or a less invasive approach is right for you.

Rheumatoid Arthritis


Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that causes patients to lose function in the hands over time. Fortunately, there have been many advancements in the minimally invasive medical treatment of RA, so there is less of a demand for surgery. Still, people will occasionally need surgery for tendons that are out of alignment or for joints that are no longer functional.

Dupuytren’s Contracture

Sometimes hand problems come not from the outside, but from our own genetics. Such is the case with Dupuytren’s contracture.

About Dupuytren’s Contracture

Dupuytren’s contracture (also known as Dupuytren’s disease) is a condition in which the tough layer of fascia on the palm of the hand starts to contract. Instead of remaining soft and supple, the palm develops thick cords that pull the fingers into flexion.

Dupuytren’s Contracture Symptoms

Patients may notice dimpling or puckering develop in the palm of the hand slowly over time. The lump of skin that develops in the palm may feel sensitive. In most cases of Dupuytren’s disease, the flexion affects the ring finger and pinkie.

Potential Treatment Options

Surgery has been a common treatment for this condition for a long time. In recent years, an injection called XIAFLEX® has been used to rupture the tight cords in a simple office procedure. XIAFLEX is appropriate for many people with Dupuytren’s contracture, but some will still require surgery.

Skin Cancers of the Hand

Doctors have long warned the public about the dangers of prolonged sun exposure. Over time, sun damage can increase your risk of developing squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma, or melanoma. Removing these cancerous lesions early helps prevent the spread of cancer through your skin and to other parts of the body.

Lake Country Plastic & Hand Surgery takes the utmost care when surgically removing cancerous lesions from the hands. Dr. McCall's work as a cosmetic surgeon helps her ensure optimal patient health and natural-looking results.

Our Approach to Hand Surgery

Hand surgery is one of the most rewarding specialties in medicine because our hands are so crucial to our daily lives. Hands make it possible to alter, enhance, and interact with our environment.

Think of times you've appreciated musicians in concert as they demonstrated mastery of their instruments. Recall your last trip to the Milwaukee Art Museum, and how so many marvels of visual art comprise deliberate brushstrokes and the countless taps of hammers and chisels. The state of Wisconsin also has a great tradition of woodworking, with each piece a testament to the versatility and abilities that our hands afford us.

At Lake Country Plastic & Hand Surgery, we want to restore form and function to your hands so you are able to appreciate what this world has to offer, and so others can enjoy what you have to offer the world.

We Care About Patients in the Greater Waukesha, WI, Area

"Absolutely love Dr. McCall. She has done absolute wonders on both of my hands for carpal tunnel. All of her staff is super friendly and they are all very accommodating! Would strongly recommend!" Kirsten Bingaman
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Lake Country Plastic and Hand Surgery

Dr. Tracy McCall is a board-certified plastic surgeon that has been providing exceptional results to patients since 2001. She is an active member of several professional organizations, including:

  • American College of Surgeons
  • American Medical Association
  • American Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • Association of Women Surgeons

Fill out our online form to request a consultation or call us in Waukesha, WI, at (262) 523-1200.

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