You can get relief from painful hand and wrist injuries
The muscles and bones in your hands can be easily damaged, especially if you use them as part of your job or while playing a sport. If you recently hurt your hand, wrist or fingers, quick access to medical care can help you avoid long-term pain or damage.
Our hand and wrist orthopedic specialists have experience treating a range of sudden (acute) and ongoing (chronic) conditions. Through careful evaluations and discussions about your symptoms, your provider will come up with a treatment plan that best fits your needs.
You can get care at our facilities for a variety of hand, wrist and finger injuries, including:
- Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Chronic wrist pain
- Work-related injuries or pain
- Trigger (or locking) finger
- Shortening of a muscle (contracture)
- Fingers that curl forward (Dupuytren’s contracture)
- Sports injuries, including stress fractures and damaged nail beds
- Sprains and strains
- Nerve compression syndrome
- Nerve damage
- Ligament and tendon injuries
- Trauma, including amputations
If your provider finds that minimally invasive or traditional surgery is the most effective way to treat your injury, you can get superior care from our team of orthopedic surgeons.