Wrist & Hand Pain

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Treatment Options


  • Ultrasound
  • Review of radiological studies (x-rays, MRI, etc.)


  • Diagnostic (anesthetic only)
  • Joint Aspiration (draining fluid)
  • Steroid
  • Viscosupplementation (hyaluronic acid) Gel
  • Prolotherapy
  • Regenerative Medicine

Manual Medicine:

  • Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM)


  • Physical Therapy
  • Regenerative Rehabilitation
  • Home Exercise Program
  • Lifestyle Modifications

Our Approach

  • Explore the conditions that led to your symptoms.
  • Understand the way your symptoms have manifested an individualized change in the quality of life (movements, activities, hobbies or tasks that have been affected).
  • Use advanced technology such as ultrasound to diagnose the affected region.
  • Formulate an evidence-based, customized treatment plan based on available injection therapies coupled with a discussion of risks, benefits, and prognosis for each.
  • Perform precision ultrasound-guided injection.
  • Provide a comprehensive rehabilitation program that may include physical therapy and/or home exercise program.
  • Recommend lifestyle modifications, adjustments and long-term strategies to avoid reinjury and promote tendon health.

Find relief from pain today.

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We rely on our hands to perform many of our tasks and duties on a daily basis. The optimal function of our wrists and hands is vital for fine motor strength, manipulation, and coordination in order to perform at a high level.

The wrist is surrounded by many structures crossing over from the forearm into the hand. Anatomically, these include tendons, connective tissue (fascia), ligaments, nerves, and blood vessels. There are also 8 carpal bones about the wrist which can develop degenerative changes leading to arthritis or the development of cysts. Wrist and hand pain can be a manifestation of dysfunction involving one or more of these structures. 

Pain at the wrist and hand can also be misleading in that the pain source can actually be somewhere outside the region completely. Examples include a pinched nerve in the neck (cervical radiculopathy), elbow, or forearm regions, or referred pain from a degenerated or inflamed tendon or ligament, to name a few. A thorough history of symptoms is very helpful to help determine the likely diagnosis and development of an effective treatment plan for wrist and hand pain.

Common Sources of Wrist and Hand Pain:

  • Arm Pain/Problem
  • Arthritis
  • Bursitis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
  • De Quervain Syndrome
  • Ganglion Cyst
  • Hand Injury
  • Hand Pain/Problem
  • Joint Inflammation
  • Joint Injuries
  • Joint Pain/Problem
  • Ligament Sprain
  • Movement Disorder
  • Muscle Disorder/Myopathy
  • Muscle Injury
  • Muscle Pain/Problem
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Muscle Strain
  • Muscle Tear
  • Muscle Weakness/Palsy
  • Neuropathy
  • Nerve Pain
  • Nerve Compression
  • Nerve Injury
  • Occupational Injury
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Peripheral Neuropathy
  • Spasticity
  • Sports Injury
  • Stroke
  • Tendinitis
  • Trigger Finger
  • Wrist Injury
  • Wrist Pain/Problem
  • Writer’s Cramp