Treatment Hand & Wrist pain
Pain hand can be paroxysmal or permanent, felt throughout the entire area of the hand, or specific. These can be symptoms of a range of diseases, from trauma to neurological conditions. It also affects the wrist. Wrist pain indicates various joint diseases that negatively affect the condition of ligaments and muscles. The fact that the wrist joint is endowed with many bones is a great advantage, which gives it better mobility. However, at the same time, it becomes weaker, as there are a large number of interosseous connections, making its structure more vulnerable. Sometimes the pain comes after mechanical damage, but often it does not go away. If they continue for a long time, contact your doctor (or Chiropractor) immediately and take tests.
The most common areas of Hand treatment
- Sprains and Strains
- Trigger Finger
- Contracture of the Elbow
- Vascular Disorders
- Contracture of the Hand
- Hand Fractures
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
- Distal Radius Fracture
- Traumatic Nerve Injuries to the Upper and Lower Extremities
- Contracture of the Wrist
- Congenital Limb Differences (Thumb Hypoplasia, Syndactyly)
- Arthritis of the Shoulder
- De Quervain’s Tendonitis
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Fractures Care
- Flexor Tendon Injuries
- Extensor Tendon Injuries
- Mallet Finger (Baseball Finger)
- Kienböck’s Disease
- Arthritis of the Elbow
- Neuromas/Nerve Pain
- Dupuytren’s Contracture
- Finger Fractures
- Peripheral Nerve Tumors
- Arthritis of the Hand
- Scaphoid Fracture of the Wrist
- Certain Paralysis Conditions
- Nerve Compression Disorders (Carpal, Cubital and Radial Tunnel)
- Brachial Plexus Injuries
- Ganglion (Cyst) of the Hand
- Scapular Winging
Surgical treatments for these conditions include:
- Elbow Replacement
- Dupuytren’s Contracture (Aponeurotomy)
- Joint Reconstruction
- Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release
- Finger Joint Replacement
- Ganglion Cyst Care
- Brachial Plexus Surgery
- Electromyogram/Nerve Conduction Study (EMG/NCS)
- Tendon Transfer
About Hand pain
Injury. A hand injury made by mechanical action, without violating the integrity of the skin and other anatomical structures. Soft tissues in the wrist area swell and stand out on the back of the hand. With a severe bruise, blood may accumulate in the wrist joint.
Stretching. Sprain of the wrist joint is expressed by acute pain, which increases when trying to move the hand. Pain in the wrist when stretched is due to inflammation caused by the injury.
Dislocation. This is the separation of the articular surfaces of the bones. In severe cases-pathological displacement of the forearm in relation to the bones of the wrist.
Fracture. This is a violation of the continuity of bones after an injury or pathological process. Often fractures are difficult to detect due to late treatment, so you should be careful and do not delay treatment.
The first signs of wrist or hand arthritis may occur after intense stress or an acute allergy. Among other causes there are traumas and various disorders. Hereditary factors and hormonal imbalance can also worsen the stage of the disease. Meanwhile, the occurrence of this malfunction due to surgery is less frequent.
Doctor for the treatment of Hand arthritis will prescribe suitable hand arthritis treatment after diagnostics. It includes specific medicaments and rehabilitation therapy. The duration of medical care varies from case to case – from several weeks to a lifelong treatment.
Finger soreness is associated with the destruction of bone and cartilage tissues, which causes joint deformity, complete or partial immobilization.
Causes of pain in the fingers:
Finger joints on the hands of reactive arthritis-inflammatory, rapidly progressing pathologies.
This pathology is characterized by the destruction of bone tissues with their further deformation. With osteoarthritis, the fingers swell, and when trying to bend or unbend them, there is discomfort.
With gout, uric acid salts are deposited in the joints of the fingers, provoking irritation of soft, cartilage, and bone tissues. It turns into an inflammatory process that gradually destroys ligaments, muscles, and tendons.
Hand surgery is a field of medicine that deals with problems of the hand, wrist joint, and forearm. The hand and wrist surgeon deals with conservative and surgical treatment of such problems. To do this, they undergo special training and practice, after which they become the best expert in the diagnosis and treatment of hands. Hand surgeons can be orthopedists, chiropractor and traumatologists.
Our hand care specialist in Orlando (FL) will accompany you at every stage of treatment, and only he will restore your hands to their former strength and health.
The initial diagnosis is made based on your external examination, complaint, medical history, and the results of a number of tests. To confirm the diagnosis, radiography, MRI and arthroscopy are performed.
When determining therapeutic tactics, our manual orthopedic hand surgeon will take into account the type of disease, the degree of its course, the form of tissue damage and the number of complications, if any. The list of procedures by our experienced surgeon includes: hand treatment, finger treatment, wrist treatment.
Touch of Health orthopedic center in Orlando (Florida) is one of the best today. Each specialist and chiropractor is trained and checked strictly before employment. Thanks to these training methods, you can be sure of the professionalism of our employees and now make an appointment for a consultation.
Orthopedic center near you, just visit our center and be sure that you will be helped. Do not put off until tomorrow what you can do today, so as not to aggravate the situation of your hands. Chiropractic care in Orlando is one of the most effective treatments sudden or chronic hand pain.
Our center is located near these locations:
Pine hills, Downtown, Winter garden, Metrowest, Altamonte, Apopka, Ocoee, Windermere, Doctor Phillips, Belle isle, Pine castle, Edgewood , Baldwin Park, College park, Millenia, Winter park, Goldenrod, Altamonte Springs, Maitland, Casselberry, Azalea, Oviedo, Lake Mary.
Hands Success Stories
So I would guess, probably, for several years now I’ve been dealing with this cervical pain, and I had gone to medical doctors, military doctors, and had an MRI, x-rays, and all this. I remember the technician saying, “You know, this doesn’t look good.” And then, I was like, “Well, whatever, what doesn’t look good?” And he’s like, “Well, let me let you talk to a spinal specialist.” So I went to the spinal specialist and they wanted to put plates and bolts in my neck, and I’m like, “No, there’s gotta be a different way. I’m tired of being medicated. I’m tired of having pain pills. I’m tired of begging on prescriptions.”
When fitness is your job, it’s important to stay healthy and pain-free. Patient Margaret O. recently sent us her story and shared how Touch of Health and Dr. Patrick Tyrance healed her bicep tendinitis and allowed her to enjoy her job again.
When Irene hit her retirement, she set out to stay more active than ever before. She finally had the freedom to do all the activities she loves, but there was only one thing standing in here way: osteoarthritis. “I’ve dealt with arthritis in my feet and knees before, but it wasn’t until I had osteoarthritis in my hands that everything changed,” says Irene. “I need my hands to do so many things that I enjoy doing.”
Our Hand Experts
Dr. Mark Biondi was born in Council Bluffs, Iowa. At the age of three, his parents relocated to Merritt Island, so he has spent most of his life on the Space Coast and around Central Florida. He attended Merritt Island High where he developed an early interest in athletic training and sports medicine that would later lead him to pursue a career as a Chiropractic Physician. He attended Brevard Community College (now Eastern Florida State College) and the University of Central Florida. He then enrolled at Logan University, College of Chiropractic Medicine, where he received his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree.
Dr. Michael A. Thomas is a board-certified neurosurgeon who practices general neurosurgery with a specialty in minimally invasive spine surgery, skull base and endoscopic brain surgery. He treats conditions and diseases affecting the nervous system, which includes the brain, spine, spinal cord, and the peripheral nerves. Dr. Thomas has been referred to as a patient-focused professional and a conscientious and skilled neurosurgeon by his colleagues. He is certified by the American Board of Osteopathic Surgeons with a Neurosurgical discipline and the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners.
Touch of Health Clinic
- Spinal and extremity injuries;
- Musculoskeletal system traumas;