Arthrodesis/Fusion Surgery for the Wrist

Arthrodesis is a surgical procedure that fuses the long bone in your forearm to the smaller bones in your wrist.

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Arthroplasty/Joint Replacement Surgery for the Lower Arm

Doctors do arthroplasty on arthritic joints in hands, wrists and elbows. An artificial joint placed in the hand, wrist or elbow is called a prosthesis.

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Arthroscopic Debridement of the Hand and Wrist

Arthroscopic debridement is a procedure that lets doctors see inside your wrist and hand joints through small incisions.

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Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery

Carpal tunnel release surgery is a medical procedure that can relieve pain, tingling and numbness from carpal tunnel syndrome.

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Fluid Aspiration for the Hand or Wrist

Fluid aspiration is a medical procedure where doctors use a needle to drain the fluid from a ganglion cyst, a cyst common in the wrist or hand.

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Hand Therapy

Hand therapy is the practice of treating injuries or conditions that affect the hand, wrist, elbow, shoulder or other parts of your arm. A physical or occupational therapist helps you do exercises and other rehab options.

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Hand, Wrist and Elbow Casts

A cast is a hard covering that you wear when you break a bone in the hand, wrist or elbow.

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Hand, Wrist and Elbow Physical Therapy and Rehabiliation

Physical therapy exercises bring mobility and strength back to your hand, wrist or elbow as a part of an overall rehabilitation program.

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Hand, Wrist and Elbow Splints and Braces

Splints and braces are medical devices that are designed to keep the hands, wrists and elbows from moving too much.

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Medial Epicondyle Release Surgery

Medial epicondyle release surgery is a surgery that removes a damaged tendon, often used to treat golfer's elbow.

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Medical Realignment of the Hand and Wrist

Medical realignment is a procedure that doctors do to put fractured or dislocated bones in the hand and wrist back into place.

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Nerve Hydrodissection for the Wrist and Arm

Nerve hydrodissection is a minimally invasive treatment that frees up compressed nerves. Doctors often use it to treat carpal tunnel syndrome.

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Palmar Fasciectomy

A palmar fasciectomy is a surgery to remove all or part of the palmar fascia, a thin sheet of connective tissue in your hand.

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Percutaneous Tenotomy/Tissue Removal of the Elbow

When other treatments don't rid your elbow pain, your doctor may recommend a percutaneous tenotomy, otherwise known as tissue removal in your joint.

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Platelet-Rich Plasma Injections for the Hands, Wrists or Elbows

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections are non-surgical treatments that help promote healing in the hands, wrists and elbows.

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Steroid Injections for the Hand, Wrist and Elbow

Steroids can treat many inflammatory diseases and conditions and are often used for small joints in the hands, wrists and elbows.

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Surgical Debridement of the Hand, Wrist or Elbow

Surgical debridement is a procedure that removes (debrides) the painful, damaged areas of tendon near your elbow.

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Surgical Realignment of the Hand, Wrist or Elbow

Surgical realignment is performed in the hand, wrist or elbow when broken bones need to be realigned to heal properly.

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Surgical Release for De Quervain's Tenosynovitis

Surgical release of the tendons in the wrist is one of the treatments for De Quervain's tenosynovitis, a painful condition affecting tendons on the thumb side of the wrist.

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Surgical Removal in the Hand or Wrist

Surgical removal is a medical procedure in which doctors remove a body part, commonly used to remove ganglion cysts in the hand or wrist.

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Trigger Finger Surgery

Trigger finger surgery (tenolysis) is the procedure to repair a finger when one of its pulleys is thickened or inflamed.

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