Hand and Wrist Pain

Hand and Wrist Pain Treatment at Orthopedic and Spine Centers of Wisconsin

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Understanding Hand and Wrist Pain

Having pain in your hands or wrists can make it hard to do almost anything. Even if you don’t make a living with your hands, you use them for almost everything else in your daily life. When there is inflammation or an injury, even the smallest movements can be painful and hard to do.

Fortunately, the Board Certified and Fellowship Trained Orthopedic Surgeons at Orthopedic & Spine Centers of Wisconsin have helped thousands of patients return to an active lifestyle after a hand or wrist injury.

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Common Hand and Wrist Conditions We Treat

Carpal tunnel syndrome
Cubital tunnel syndrome
Hand fractures
Wrist fractures
Ganglion cysts
De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis
Nerve laceration
Repetitive stress injuries
Trigger finger syndrome
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Hand and Wrist Injury Symptoms

Hand or wrist injuries can happen to people of any age and come in many different forms. Sometimes, these injuries occur due to a sports or athletic injury and other times, injuries can occur due to an impact, like a slip and fall.

Here are some of the many signs that you have injured your hand or wrist:

Pain when holding, turning, or lifting things
Heat or redness
Numbness, tingling, or throbbing
A grinding feeling in the joints
Cysts at the joints

When to See a Hand and Wrist Specialist

If pain or stiffness is limiting your ability to perform normal activities or be active, it may be time to see one of the Hand and Wrist Specialists at Orthopedic & Spine Centers of Wisconsin. In many cases, conditions of the hand or wrist can be treated with non-surgical options including:

Injection therapies

If non-surgical options have not provided relief, or your condition involves the nerves within the hand or wrist, surgery may be recommended. Surgical procedures of the hand or wrist can often be performed arthroscopically and as an outpatient procedure. Depending upon your specific injury, there is a range of surgical options that include arthroscopic surgery, ligament reconstruction and repair, or fracture fixation.

At Orthopedic & Spine Centers of Wisconsin, our team of physicians is here to help you. Our Board Certified and Fellowship Trained physicians have one goal: to get you back to an active lifestyle as effectively as possible. Book your appointment today!

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