Hand & Wrist Pain

Hand & Wrist Pain

Hand and wrist pain or numbness from common issues such as arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome or sprains can make everyday activities difficult.

The development of a fibrotic nodule along the tendons that flex the hand, which catches under the pulleys of the digit.

A tear/sprain to the ulnar collateral ligament at the bottom of the thumb. Also known as a gamekeeper’s thumb.

Fracture of the bones of the hand


Dupuytren’s contracture is a hand deformity characterized by the development of thick cordages in the palm, through the tendons responsible for flexing the digits downwards.

A common nerve dysfunction due to compression of the median nerve as it passes under the transverse carpal ligament, also known as the carpal tunnel, at the base of the hand.

Arthritis of the hand is inflammation of the joints and/or degradation of the cartilage and physical bony structure between joints of the hand.