Hand & Wrist TreatmentMany hand & wrist conditions can be treated through conservative methods, but some may require surgery to effectively relieve pain and restore function to the joint. Your doctor will decide which type of treatment is best for you after a thorough evaluation of your condition. Contact Us Today
Treating Hand & Wrist Conditions in Wayne, Paramus, and Englewood, New Jersey
Whether or not you give it a second thought, your hands and wrists are constantly moving and exerting force. An injury or condition developing in your hands or wrists can hinder your day-to-day performance and can prevent you from engaging in basic activities. But if you’re located near Wayne, Paramus, or Englewood, New Jersey, High Mountain Orthopedics can help. Our state-of-the-art facilities are equipped with cutting-edge technology that provides advanced diagnostics, enabling us to design a care regimen specific to your needs.
Wrist and Hand Conditions We Treat
Hands and wrists are an intricate part of the body, consisting of a combination of small bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Several conditions can be brought on by repetitive motion, injuries, sudden trauma, and the effects of aging. The hand and wrist conditions we diagnose and treat include the following:
Characterized by the painful inflammation of the joints, High Mountain Orthopedics can address all types of arthritis, from osteoarthritis to rheumatoid arthritis.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
This occurs when the wrist makes repetitive movements consistently, which leaves patients with a pinched nerve. Symptoms usually present as numbness in the hand and arm, pain, and tingling.
This is caused by excessive overuse and injury, often acquired when playing sports or engaging in occupations that require repetitive motions under strain. This results in the severe inflammation of a tendon.
De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis
This is a unique form of tendonitis affecting a protective layer between the hand and wrist, known as the sheath. While the sheath is supposed to protect the tendons between the wrist and thumb, this condition causes the sheath to thicken and instead of protecting it, the tendons are now confined, causing pain and discomfort.
The wrist is one of the joints most frequently affected by fractures because of its many small moving parts. While hand and wrist fractures are not limited to a certain lifestyle, athletes are known to acquire these kinds of injuries more frequently than others.
These are round, jelly-filled lumps that form near the wrist joint. While most cysts are relatively painless, they will cause pain and discomfort if they grow large enough and begin to apply pressure to the nerve.
Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) Tears
Triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) is the connective tissue in charge of stabilizing the joints in your wrist. Symptoms include a clicking sensation in your wrist, pain, and general weakness in the affected area.
This condition is caused by the repeated bending of a finger or thumb, which leads to inflammation and a feeling of soreness in the affected fingers.
Any excessive force on the wrist that causes ligaments to hyperextend or tear is considered a sprain.
Treatment Options at High Mountain Orthopedics
At High Mountain Orthopedics, our board-certified, nationally renowned surgeons and supporting medical staff are prepared to help you return to the life you know, without the pain and discomfort that accompanies hand and wrist injuries. Our wide variety of treatment options enables our doctors to personalize each patient’s treatment plan, which may include the following:
- Heat or ice
- Cast and/or splint
- Physical therapy
- Minimally invasive surgery, including release procedures for trigger finger patients
- And more…
Choose High Mountain Orthopedics
Whether it’s a new injury or a persistent condition, anything that affects your hands and wrists brings about a poorer quality of life. With facilities in Wayne, Paramus, and Englewood, NJ, you’re only a call away from addressing your pain and other symptoms with assistance from High Mountain Orthopedics. Contact us today for more information.
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