Conditions We Treat

From the fingertips to the elbow, the Fort Worth Hand Center physicians treat everything from sports injuries and joint replacement to chronic conditions, age-related complications and trauma. Our patient-centered approach helps you find the treatment that works for your needs, goals and lifestyle.

Wrist and Hand Conditions We Treat

  • Arthritis of the hand
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Cubital Tunnel Syndrome
  • deQuervain’s Tendinitis
  • Dupuytren’s Disease
  • Extensor and flexor tendon injuries
  • Finger Contracture
  • Finger Fractures
  • Forearm Strain
  • Ganglion Cysts
  • Hand Fractures
  • Impingement Syndrome
  • Radial Nerve Palsy
  • Skier’s Thumb
  • Tendonitis
  • Trigger Finger
  • Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries
  • Ulnar Nerve/Median Nerve Palsy
  • Wrist Fractures
  • Wrist Sprains
  • Wrist Strains

Hand and Wrist Symptoms We Treat

Deformities
Locking Fingers
Numbness and Tingling
Pain
Traumatic Injuries
Weakness

Surgery/Non-Surgery

After a thorough examination and conversation, we explain the options for improving and healing any hand conditions. In many cases, non-surgical treatments can provide dramatic relief and increase mobility. Sometimes surgery gives you the best chance to improve the function of your hand, wrist, arm, or elbow. We take the time to make sure you understand your treatment options, the associated recovery periods and the role of therapy.

Trauma and Advanced Techniques

We provide expertise for hand, wrist, arm and elbow traumas, sports injuries and other extraordinary situations. We bring state-of-the-art techniques and proven procedures to the most challenging injuries. As physicians watchful of new innovations, equipment and ideas, we are prepared to serve patients’ wrist and hand conditions with severe trauma, complex surgery, and advanced treatment.

Chronic Conditions

We treat all forms of chronic upper extremity conditions, many of which can be painful and restrict your lifestyle. From carpal tunnel syndrome, ganglion cysts, masses, osteoarthritis and tennis elbow to rarer problems such as Dupuytren’s contracture and joint disease, we offer the knowledge and skillset you can rely on for an appropriate treatment plan.

Whenever possible, mostly dependent on the specific wrist and hand conditions, we offer various treatment options, including non-surgical techniques such as injection, splinting, and/or therapy. If surgery is necessary, you can feel confident knowing that you are under the care of one of the best upper extremity orthopaedic specialists in the region for both minimally invasive procedures, as well as, traditional surgery. Our physicians will thoroughly explain all of your options so that the correct path is taken to return you to your active lifestyle as quickly as possible.

Sports Injuries

The hand, wrist, arm and elbow are critical to athletic performance. Whether you play professionally or play hard on the weekends, sports injuries present unique challenges and recovery objectives. Our physicians bring advanced sports medicine to the diagnosis and treatment of sports related injuries. We’ve served advanced athletes with wrist and hand conditions in the following sports from the many professional, collegiate and high school teams in the area:  football, soccer, tennis, baseball, basketball, wrestling, lacrosse, hockey, gymnastics, dance, cheerleading, weightlifting, softball, martial arts, rugby, golf, skiing, skating and others.

Work-Related Injuries

It’s a simple fact: people get hurt at work…after all, most people spend the bulk of their waking hours at work, so statistically, injuries will happen. From factory workers who suffer repetitive motion injuries to construction workers who suffer traumatic injuries, the range of work-related injuries we treat is a wide one. With upper extremity related work injuries occurring regularly in every work force, the Fort Worth Hand Center staff is trained and knowledgeable so that we can assist our patients and referral sources.

Get Help Now

If you or a loved one is experiencing pain from wrist or hand conditions, numbness or other problems with the function of hands or upper extremity, please contact us.

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