Hand, Wrist and Elbow
Nerve compression syndromes, arthritis, and injuries to the bone and soft tissue of the hand, wrist and elbow can bring pain and disability—making even the simplest task difficult.
We offer subspecialty and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeons exclusively dedicated to treating hand and upper extremity conditions. Our hand specialists offer comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of both common and rare conditions, using today’s best nonsurgical and surgical techniques to eliminate pain and return function.
Partnering with our orthopedic experts are experienced, certified hand therapists, who bring additional skill to helping you recover more quickly and completely.
Areas of expertise include:
- Carpal tunnel and trigger finger release, including mini-open techniques
- Advanced fracture care
- Arthroscopic repair of cartilage damage or ligament injuries
- Joint replacement of the thumb, including newer tightrope techniques
- Joint replacement of the wrist or elbow
- Tendon injuries, instability and tendonitis
- Surgical treatment of tumors of the bone or soft tissue
Dupuytren's contracture is a thickening and tightening of the normally elastic tissue beneath the skin of the palm and fingers. Strands of fibers, like cords, run from the palm upward into the fingers. In Dupuytren's contracture, these cords tighten, or contract, bending the fingers out of position and preventing them from straightening.
By injecting an enzyme into the hand to soften and break down the corded tissue, our orthopedic hand experts are successfully restoring flexibility and function—and eliminating the need for more invasive surgical procedures.