Digital nerve injuries typically result from penetrating trauma-like stab wounds conceived from damage to other skeletal or soft-tissue structures. Digital nerve repair is a microsurgical procedure for reconnecting the severed ends of a nerve in the finger or hand. In this intricate procedure, the specialist matches up the nerve fibres and uses tiny stitches to sew together the outer layer of tissue that insulates and protects the nerve. The right specialist to consult for the repairing of Digital Nerves is an experienced Orthopaedic and Joint replacement surgeon. The success rate for the treatment remains around 62-76%.