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Hand & Wrist

Our orthopedic urgent care centers are specialized medical facilities that provide immediate care for orthopedic injuries, including broken bones (fractures) and other musculoskeletal conditions. Our centers offer prompt assessment, diagnostic services, treatment, and referrals if needed.

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List of Hand & Wrist Injuries We Treat

  • Forearm fractures
  • Wrist fractures
  • Hand and finger fractures
  • Dequervein’s tenosynovitis
  • Tendonitis
  • CMC arthritis
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Trigger fingers
  • TFCC injuries
  • DRUJ injuries
  • Tendon injuries and ruptures
  • Flexor Tenosynovitis
  • Crush injuries
  • Nerve injuries
  • Lacerations
  • Dislocations



Symptoms of hand & wrist injuries are wide and varied. Symptoms include:

  • Pain
  • Swelling
  • Bruising
  • Tenderness
  • Stiffness
  • Muscular Weakness
  • Difficulty Using the Hand
  • Numbness or Tingling
  • Audible Popping or Clicking
  • Loss of Function
  • Deformity
  • Radiating Pain: Pain from the shoulder may radiate down the arm, neck, or upper back, depending on the source of the injury.


Common causes include falls, sports-related activities, repetitive use, overextension, accidents, and trauma.


Serious injuries may involve severe pain, deformity, or loss of function. Minor injuries may cause localized pain and discomfort. Consult a healthcare professional for a proper assessment.


Treatment depends on the type and severity of the injury but may include rest, immobilization (splinting or casting), ice, elevation, physical therapy, and, in some cases, surgery.


Recovery varies based on the injury’s type and severity. Minor injuries may heal in a few weeks, while more severe injuries may take months.


It’s essential to follow your healthcare provider’s advice. In some cases, you may need to limit or avoid using the injured hand or wrist to facilitate healing.


Hand and wrist exercises prescribed by a physical therapist can aid in recovery by improving strength, flexibility, and range of motion.


Some untreated or severe hand and wrist injuries can lead to chronic pain, stiffness, or reduced functionality. Seeking prompt medical care can help prevent such complications.


Yes, swelling is a common response to injury. Elevating the hand or wrist and applying ice can help reduce swelling.


Seek medical attention if you suspect a fracture, dislocation, severe pain, loss of sensation, or if symptoms persist or worsen.

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