Hand, Wrist and Elbow
Your hands, wrists and elbows are important to your daily activities. But you may not realize how important until you start to have problems or find yourself injured. Pain and injury can greatly impact your ability to function normally at work, home or doing your favorite activity.
It’s good to know that our highly-skilled physicians all have had additional training in surgery of the hand. We take pride in our ability to help you, or your loved one, receive the maximum benefit of treatment. Our goal is to treat your condition and get you back to being pain free.
Hand, wrist and elbow conditions we treat
For accurate diagnoses and comprehensive treatment of a wide range of conditions, from minor aches and pains to elbow and finger joint replacement, you’ll be cared for by a team that strives for excellence in everything we do. Commonly treated conditions include:
If you need care for a condition not listed here, consult with one of our orthopedic & sports medicine physicians listed below.
Hand, wrist and elbow treatments
Treatment for your hand, wrist or elbow pain may require nonsurgical treatment, such as medication or therapeutic exercise, or surgical methods, such as arthroscopy or elbow joint replacement.
- Injections – Treat painful conditions, such as tendinitis
- Medication – Prescription or over-the-counter drugs to relieve pain
- Physical rehabilitation/therapy – Non-surgical techniques, such as massage, heat treatment and exercises to reduce pain, restore function and prevent injury
- Taping techniques – Applying tape to help stabilize muscles and joints without restricting range of motion
- Therapeutic aids – Braces, inserts, wraps, splints and other accessories designed to provide support to injured bones, muscles and joints
- Therapeutic exercise – Physical activities that focus on restoring and maintaining strength, stability, flexibility and balance
- Arthroscopy - A minimally invasive procedure used to view, diagnose and treat problems inside a joint
- Joint replacement surgery – Also referred to as arthoplasty, is the removal of a damaged or diseased joint with an artificial implant. Members of our hand, wrist & elbow team can perform finger and elbow joint replacement surgeries.
- Hand, wrist and elbow surgery – Includes repairing fractures, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendon repair, Tommy John surgery and more
- Removal of cysts, warts and other growths