- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Congenital Hand Deformities
- Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
- Dequervain's Tendonitis
- Dupuytren's Contracture
- Ganglion Cysts
- Hand, Wrist and Forearm Fractures
- Kienbock's Disease
- Ligament Tears
- Midcarpal Instability
- Nerve Entrapments conditions including Carpel Tunnel, Brachial Plexus and Ulnar Nerve
- Nerve Lacerations (leg and foot)
- Nerve Transfers and Reconstruction for Nerve Deficit
- Osteoarthritis of the Fingers
- Osteoarthritis of the Hand
- Palmar Fasciitis
- Peripheral Nerve Injuries
- Psoriatic Arthritis
- Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
- Replants for nerve repairs (nerve transplantation)
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Trigger Finger
- Ulnar Claw
- Wrist Cartilage Tears, such as Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) tears
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Who benefits from this program?Our team has expertise in treating all types of hand and wrist injuries, sports-related or not. Whether you’re a professional athlete or want to return to an activity you are passionate about, we are here to care for anyone who may be experiencing hand and wrist problems.
When you come to Baptist Health Orthopedic Care for hand and wrist care, you can expect:
- Treatment that is tailored to your lifestyle and preferences, so you can pursue your passions without having to sacrifice performance.
- A rehabilitation program that is centered around activities you enjoy.
- A team that will walk you through your injury and treatment in detail, so there are no surprises during your recovery.
- Hand/Wrist Physical Therapy Intro Sequence
- Ball Grip
- Isometric Abduction of the Wrist
- Isometric Adduction of the Wrist
- Pinched Grip Index Finger/Thumb
- Radial Deviation with Resistance Band
- Resisted Finger Flexion
- Resisted Hand Pronation/Supination
- Resisted Thumb Extension
- Resisted Thumb Flexion
- Ulnar Deviation with Resistance Band
- Wrist Extension with Resistance Band
- Wrist Flexion with Resistance Band
We believe your rehabilitation should be centered around an activity or sport you like. Our team will structure your rehabilitation so it includes exercises and motions you are familiar with.
We specialize in treating Kienbock’s disease with minimally invasive surgeries. In some cases, if we can diagnose the condition early, we are able to help patients avoid any negative effects of the disease.
We have helped pioneer a new procedure to stabilize cartilage tears on the small finger side of the wrist, also known as triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) tears. The procedure uses a FAST-FIX anchor and technique called a Herbert sling, which help stabilize the TFCC. Most patients who undergo this surgery can achieve 90 percent of their previous strength after a TFCC.
Research and Education
Our highly skilled physicians remain on the cutting edge of orthopedic research.