Forearm, Wrist & Hand Pain

 

Conditions

Treatments

Conditions & Treatments





Osteoarthritis (Carpometacaropal Joint Arthritis)


The most common form of arthritis and is due to the normal “wear-and-tear” of the joint due to our daily activities. Learn More

Treatments

NSAIDs
Injections
Physical Therapy

NSAIDs
Injections
Physical Therapy

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome


Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) describes a common nerve entrapment at the wrist involving the median nerve that may cause pain, numbness, and even weakness in the hand and wrist. Also the pain caused by carpal tunnel syndrome may radiate down to the fingers or even up into the forearm. The carpal tunnel describes a ‘tunnel’ or conduit created by the bones of the wrist and the flexor retinaculum (overlying sheath) by which tendons and nerves, etc. pass thus limiting their space. Learn More

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Rheumatoid Arthritis


Rheumatoid arthritis can cause pain, stiffness, swelling, and limited function to multiple joints. It is triggered by a faulty immune system. Learn More

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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome


Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic, evolving, painful and progressive condition that affects the distal extremities often following a traumatic injury. Learn More

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Peripheral Neuropathy


Peripheral neuropathy refers to damage of smaller nerves in the extremities and often presents with pain, numbness, and burning in the feet and hands. Learn More

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