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Hand / Wrist Surgery

Having full use of your hands and wrists is essential to living an active life. But if you’re experiencing a disabling condition such as arthritiscarpal tunnel or tendonitis, everyday tasks can be difficult and painful.

Our Expert Surgeons Will Help You Restore Normal Hand Movement

Our surgeons at The Center for Orthopedics are specially trained in treatments and surgical procedures for the hand and upper extremities. We also have a fellowship-trained hand surgeon on staff to treat even the most complex conditions and help you get back to living better.

Common Conditions That Can Affect the Hand and Wrist

We’re skilled in treating the following conditions and more:

Statistics show that nearly 90 percent of women and 80 percent of men, ages 75-79, have osteoarthritis in their hands. We perform procedures like CMC arthroplasty, as well as wrist and finger joint replacement. These procedures can improve the function of your whole hand.

Sports Injuries
Twenty-five percent of athletic injuries involve the hand and wrist. If you’re experiencing tennis elbow, trigger finger, tendinitis or you’ve broken a bone, we’ll design a plan to get you back in the game fast.

Workplace Injuries
Injuries to the upper extremities make up more than one-fourth of all disabling work injuries and one out of six of these injuries involve the fingers. We repair injuries like carpal tunnel, tendonitis or wrist sprains and get you back to work safely.

We Treat Even the Most Complex Injuries and Conditions

No matter what type of symptoms or injuries you may have, our physicians will provide a thorough evaluation and diagnoses to help you decide which treatment is best for you.

If pain relievers, injections, bracing, splinting or physical therapy haven’t been successful in managing your condition, surgery may be the best alternative. We treat more common conditions such as trigger finger, carpal tunnel syndrome, ganglion cysts, tendinitis and Dupuytrens contracture. And our fellowship-trained hand surgeon is equipped to treat even the most complex conditions of the hand and upper extremity.

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