Holding Hands
Hands on keyboard
Playing a guitar
Hand through grassy field
Hand holding a paint brush
Referee holding out a thumbs up


From the fingertips to the elbow, Fort Worth Hand Center physicians treat everything from sports injuries and joint replacement to chronic conditions, age-related complications, and trauma.

Their patient-centered approach helps you find the treatment that works for your needs, goals, and lifestyle.

The hand, comprised of a complicated organization of bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, nerves, vessels and muscles is one of the most complex and intricate areas of the human body.  Allowing for more than just the performance of everyday tasks, our hands allow us to experience and enjoy the world.  Simple pleasures such as holding hands with a loved one, playing a musical instrument, using technology, participating in sports, or feeling the grass under your fingertips are dependent on normal hand function.

Hand injuries and disorders can result in pain, loss of sensation, loss of movement, impaired functions, loss of productivity and reduced quality of life.

Some of the common conditions treated by the physicians at Fort Worth Hand Center are:

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
Trigger Finger
Hand and wrist cysts
Tumors of the hand
Dupuytren’s contracture
Rheumatoid arthritis affecting the fingers, thumb and wrist
Osteoarthritis affecting the fingers, thumb and wrist
Tendon lacerations
Nerve injuries

If you or a loved one is experiencing pain, numbness or other problems with the function of hands or upper extremity, please contact Fort Worth Hand Center.