There are 27 bones in your hand and wrist, which are surrounded by muscles, ligaments, and tendons, all of which give you an amazing range of dexterity and control in these relatively small appendages.
This structure also leaves your hands vulnerable to injuries and health problems of all kinds, from tendon problems to fractured bones. While surgery is usually a last resort, sometimes it’s the best way to restore function to your hands.
We treat a variety of injuries and conditions including:
- Sports injuries
- Major cuts on the fingers and hands
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Traumatic injuries that include fractures
- Creating fingers from other joints, such as the toes