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Orthopedic Hand Specialist Diagnostic Page - Hand and Wrist Pain

Welcome to our convenient hand and wrist pain diagnostic tool. We combine the best doctors in the field, with the best technology. This combination gives our patients the best chance at leading a pain free life.

It's important to give hand and wrist pain the attention it deserves. If you or someone you know suffers from pain stemming from the hand, wrist, or arm, don't hesitate to schedule an appointment at SOS. Ignoring pain or prolonging visits may worsen the condition and the associated pain. In worst case scenarios, neglect can result in long-term or permanent damage, which leads to loss of function. Don’t waste another second. Use our diagnostic tool to help you recognize symptoms and warning signs of serious conditions.

Click on the symptoms described below for expert information. Learn about common diagnoses and treatments reserved for hand and wrist pain issues. The information offered is there to supplement advice provided by a physician; it is not a substitute for seeking the help of our orthopedic specialists. Contact us today to learn more and receive the help you need.

Wrist Pain During Moderate Heavy Lifting

Stiffness, Pain, Clicking and/or Stuck Fingers

Pain When Pinching, Gripping or Turning Objects

Tingling and/or Finger Numbness

Difficulty or Inability To Straighten Finger(s)

Clumsy or Weak Hand

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Common conditions for wrist pain include Dequervain’s tendonitis, wrist arthritis, or basilar joint arthritis. Click on the link to get a complete patient guide for the condition(s). Click here for more information.

It’s very important that you schedule an appointment if you're experiencing these symptoms. More often than not, the longer you wait the worse off you will be. Waiting to see a specialist could result in permanent long-term damage and loss of function.

This common complaint is often diagnosed as basilar joint arthritis. Treatments focus on the management of pain. There is no known cure for arthritis.
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It’s very important that you schedule an appointment if you're experiencing these symptoms. More often than not, the longer you wait the worse off you will be. Waiting to see a specialist could result in permanent long-term damage and loss of function.

Typically painless at onset, these symptoms are commonly associated with Dupuytren’s contracture, a progressive condition. Although many confuse this condition with other ailments like arthritis and trigger finger. Moderate-Severe conditions may be relieved with surgery. Click here for more information.

It’s very important that you schedule an appointment if you're experiencing these symptoms. More often than not, the longer you wait the worse off you will be. Waiting to see a specialist could result in permanent long-term damage and loss of function.

These symptoms are commonly associated with trigger finger or tendonitis. Treatment is often successful with cortisone injections or a simple surgical procedure known as a “trigger finger release.” Click here for more information.

It’s very important that you schedule an appointment if you're experiencing these symptoms. More often than not, the longer you wait the worse off you will be. Waiting to see a specialist could result in permanent long-term damage and loss of function.

These symptoms are typically associated with nerve compression. A variety of names are used for the different forms of nerve compression, like carpal tunnel syndrome. Treatment may include non-surgical options such as anti-inflammatory medications or cortisone injections. When non-surgical treatment options are not effective, surgery is usually recommended. Click here for more information.

It’s very important that you schedule an appointment if you're experiencing these symptoms. More often than not, the longer you wait the worse off you will be. Waiting to see a specialist could result in permanent long-term damage and loss of function.

This complaint is common, and may be the result of carpal or cubital tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, trigger finger, and arthritis. Diagnostic imaging and nerve conduction testing are commonly required before identifying and treating the specific problem causing weakness. Click here for more information.

It’s very important that you schedule an appointment if you're experiencing these symptoms. More often than not, the longer you wait the worse off you will be. Waiting to see a specialist could result in permanent long-term damage and loss of function.