Leaders in wrist care, our nationally recognized specialists at Spine & Orthopedic Center have extensive experience in treating wrist conditions and injuries.
Wrist pain can be difficult and it can affect everything in your everyday life from work to your hobbies. However, there are many different conditions which could cause wrist pain, including osteoarthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome to name a couple. Osteoarthritis pain is often described as a dull toothache, which carpal tunnel typically causes pins and needles. The proper treatment is possible but it also depends on each patients’ individual situation.
Whether you are suffering from a sprained wrist, tendonitis, fracture, dislocation, carpal tunnel syndrome, or any other wrist condition or injury, the Spine & Orthopedic Center offers treatment options for all wrist conditions. From non-surgical treatment to wrist surgical procedures, our physicians along with our team of therapists will guide through a recovery process.
For more information regarding our personalized orthopedic wrist treatments, please call us at 888-409-8006 or request an appointment online.
Common Wrist Pain Diagnosis
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Normally felt as numbness and tingling in the hand and arm, carpal tunnel syndrome is a medical condition that occurs by the pressure on the median nerve (pinched nerve) narrowing the carpal tunnel.
- Osteoarthritis: Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis in the world and it is commonly referred to as “wear and tear” arthritis and degenerative joint disease.
- Wrist Tendonitis: Wrist tendonitis means inflammation of the tendons in the wrist. Mild pain is typical for this condition and is considered localized pain in or around the tendon.
- Wrist Fracture: A wrist fracture can occur in any of the 10 bones surrounding it. Although any of the ten bones can break, the most common wrist fracture is in the radius.
- Ganglion cysts: Ganglion cysts typically develop along the tendons or joints of your wrist or hands. These particular cysts are noncancerous and are usually painless.
- Kienbock’s Disease: This disorder typically affects young adults. Kienbocks disease involves the progressive collapse of small bones in the wrist. It occurs when the blood supply to the bone is in jeopardy.