The wrist is one of the most heavily incorporated body parts in daily activities. This essential connection of the arm to the hand allows us to perform necessary actions such as: typing on the computer, writing down notes at work, texting friends and drinking from your favorite coffee mug in the morning. Unfortunately, a sore wrist can negatively affect these simple day-to-day activities, so IBJI wants to help you get back into your daily routine with ease. Contact IBJI to get the professional advice you need for wrist treatment. Our orthopedic doctors will find the most accurate solution to subsidize and rid you of your chronic wrist pain.
When to Consult a Specialist for Sudden Wrist Pain
The wrist is a sensitive part of the body with an important job. However, conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis and other repetitive-motion injuries like tendinitis can prevent your everyday tasks from being so easy. If you experience pain, swelling, reduced range of motion or weakness in the wrist, seek assistance from a physician. Treatment from IBJI’s orthopedic wrist services in Illinois will put you on the right track toward towards recovery.
Wrist Pain Causes & Orthopedic Treatment at IBJI
The causes of your wrist pain can range in severity and you’ll need an accurate diagnosis to effectively recover. An application of a wrist brace may be a solution however, if an immobilization technique isn’t working for you, a more in-depth therapy or surgical procedure may be needed. IBJI’s specialists are here to assist you along the way. The following examples are conditions, procedures and services that IBJI can offer for wrist treatment.
- Basal Joint Osteoarthritis
- Buerger’s Disease
- Colles Fracture
- De Quervain Tenosynovitis
- Digital Mucous Cysts
- Dupuytren’s Disease
- Distal Radius Fracture
- Elbow Tunnel Syndrome
- Flexor Tendon Injuries
- Fractures of the Finger
- Osteoarthritis of the Hand
- Raynaud’s Disease
- Shoulder-Hand Syndrome
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
- Trigger Finger
- Physical Therapy
- Medications: Analgesics, Cortisone Shots
- Minimally Invasive Surgery: Endoscopic Surgery, Arthroscopic Surgery
- Alternative Surgery: Total Joint Replacement, Joint Fusion.