Injuries and ailments of the hand and wrist represent a frequently encountered problem for patients and primary care physicians. Our fellowship-trained surgeons are experts at diagnosis and treating both acute and chronic problems affecting the hand and wrist. With this expertise, we offer patients both surgical and non-surgical options and allow them to participate in their care and decision making. This patient-centered approach allows us to aim to restore function and alleviate pain in a way that makes every patient feel comfortable.
Some common conditions treated include:
- tennis elbow
- scaphoid fractures and non-unions
- distal radius fractures and non-unions
- ulna fractures and non-unions
- metacarpal fractures
- carpal instability.
Among the surgical treatment options offered here are: fixation of distal radius, scaphoid and other wrist fractures, nerve decompression surgery, both open and endoscopic carpal tunnel release, cubital tunnel release, in-office trigger finger release, Dupuytren's palmar fasciectomy, CMC arthroplasty/trapeziectomy for thumb arthritis, rheumatoid hand surgery (including joint replacements and tendon transfers), skin lesion excisions and soft tissue reconstructions.
Our specialists are also able to offer non-surgical treatments such as steroid injections for trigger finger and carpal tunnel.