Treatment for Hand Sweating

Endoscopic Thoracic sympathectomy of the T3 and T4 nerve provides a 98% success in stopping sweating of palms of the hands.  At the British Sweating centre we specialize highly selective sympathectomy of T3 and T4 nerves when hand and palmar sweating  is the only problem.    This technique provides very good results and preserves the T2 nerve that allows sweating to still occur in the face.  By performing this method, it substantially reduces any unwanted side effects that can occur with ETS.

Drug therapy is not a very acceptable technique to patients  for hand sweating as this can temporarily give weakness in the muscles  of the hand which eventually recovers when the drug therapy wears off.  It is also a painful technique to perform under local anesthesia. 

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