Hand and Wrist Surgery
It would be unforgivably cliche to say that our hands and wrists allow us to maintain a firm grip on life. Yet in truth, our hands and wrists guide and control our ability to grip, touch, write, work, and play sports.
This is why any injury or disorder to the hand and the wrist–whether it takes the form of a strain, sprain or fracture, a carpal tunnel condition, arthritis, tendonitis, or other orthopedic condition–can impair and impede our ability to lead full and productive lives. Luckily, the field of modern medicine offers us many treatment options to help patients cope with and hopefully resolve any and all issues of hand and wrist pain.
Nonsurgical treatment methods include PRP, casting and bracing, rest and modified activity, exercise, therapeutic massage, and medications.