No matter your profession, you need your hands for just about every daily action. The use of the hand is so commonplace and natural, we tend to under appreciate its function until injury. Without the efficient second-nature use of your hands, objects become difficult to grab, grip and hold. Our experienced orthopedic hand specialists and surgeons at IBJI are aware of the complex anatomy of the hand and will analyze your hand from finger to palm to find exactly what suits your diagnosis.
When to Address Your Hand Pain with a Doctor
Similar to that of the wrist, these movements are commonly restricted from diagnoses that include carpal tunnel, tendon injuries and arthritis in the hands. Further effects of hand pain include fractures, swelling, thumb pain, sore fingers, and the resulting complications for most daily activities. Seek out your closest Illinois Bone and Joint Institute location and address your symptoms with our specialists as soon as possible to get your hand performance back to normal.
Orthopedic Hand Conditions and Treatments
Sudden and preexisting hand conditions cause extra stress to everyday life and IBJI is dedicated to returning your comfort and mobility. Commonly diagnosed conditions of the hand and their treatments include:
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Dr. Williams is a PHENOMENAL hand surgeon. I had to have two operations 11 months apart. His work was brilliant, perfect, and I have NO scarring at all. Only two small, ruler-straight, very faint white lines that only show up under strong direct lighting. And my hand works perfectly. Add to this the fact that he has an extraordinary team and is just a great and humble guy, you couldn’t ask for better. And no, I am not related to him or a personal friend. I was recommended to him by my first hand doctor, a pediatric surgeon who went to Dr. Williams to fix his hand. That was endorsement enough for me.