Hand and wrist injuries can cause pain, loss of function

The hand consists of eight bones in the wrist (carpals), five bones in the palm of your hand (metacarpals), and 14 bones in the fingers (phalanges) – 27 bones altogether. Every bone and tendon plays an important part in the movement of your hand. When an injury of the hand occurs, it is vital to seek help in order to alleviate pain and increase function.

Hand and Wrist pain is most often a result of:

  • Carpal tunnel release
  • Ulnar nerve transposition/ tennis elbow
  • Repair of extensor/flexor tendons
  • Trigger fingers
  • Joint fusions
  • Sports injuries to upper extremities
  • Arthritis – Hand & Wrist
  • Arthritis – Thumb
  • Dupuytren’s Contracture
  • Finger Injuries and Conditions
  • Fractures of the Hand and Fingers
  • Avascular Necrosis (AVN, Osteonecrosis)
  • De Quervain Syndrome
  • Fractures of the Wrist
  • Ganglion Cyst
  • Tendonitis / Tendinitis

These conditions are treated through surgical procedures and physical therapy programs.


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Hand and Wrist Specialists

Randy Olson, MD

Hand & Wrist