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Hand Pain

We Can Extend a Hand

If you have ever experienced any tingling, numbness or shots of pain in your hand or arm, then it could be a result of carpal tunnel syndrome.  However, it’s not the only condition that can affect your hand. With an assortment of small bones, ligaments and nerves, your hand is prone to troublesome medical issues.  If you encounter any questionable pain, you may be able to get treatment without the need for surgery. But it’s important for you not to waste time and instead head to the doctor with the onset of pain.

Below are some orthopedic conditions that affect the hand, all of which which we can treat at our hospital:

  • Carpal tunnel
  • Trigger finger
  • Arthritis
  • Ganglion cysts and hand tumors
  • Scar removal
  • Joint replacement
  • Nerve and tendon repair
  • Sports and fingertip injuries

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