Wrist and Hand

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel is caused by pinching of the medial nerve that runs on the palmar side of the hand, resulting in numbness, tingling, or weakness in your thumb, pointer, and middle fingers. More info >>

Wrist Sprain

The wrist is one of the most complex areas of the body, made up of many bones, ligaments, and muscles. Wrist sprains most commonly occur in people who place a lot of stress on the wrist joint such as gymnasts, boxers, tennis players, weightlifters, industrial workers, etc. More info >>

Scaphoid Fracture

The scaphoid is a bone in your wrist that is located at the base of your thumb. Fracturing this bone can be very problematic, as it has relatively poor blood flow and is more likely to have issues healing than other wrist fractures. More info >>

TFCC Injury

The Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) is a piece of cartilage on the pinky side of your wrist that helps to stabilize and support your wrist.  Tears in this tissue can cause chronic wrist pain. More info >>