Hands help you with everything from heavy lifting to tying shoes, so hand pain can really hinder your daily routine. The skilled team of orthopaedic surgeons at Texas Orthopaedic Associates diagnoses and treats all types of hand pain, including carpal tunnel syndrome, at their state-of-the-art locations in Dallas, Plano, Weatherford, Keller, and Fort Worth, Texas. If hand pain is limiting your activities, call your most convenient clinic, or book an appointment online to find relief.
The hand is one of the most complex, sensitive, and nimble parts of your body. The intricate organization of muscles, ligaments, nerves, and bones allows for a wide range of dexterity and movement. Damage to any one of these structures can cause symptoms like pain, numbness, or tingling in your hand.
The team at Texas Orthopaedic Associates, treats the full spectrum of medical conditions that affect the hand. Common causes of hand pain include:
Many of these conditions, such as arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome, develop slowly and become progressively worse over time. It’s important to schedule an appointment at Texas Orthopaedic Associates, any time you have hand pain that doesn’t improve with simple treatments such as rest and ice.
First, your hand and wrist specialist at Texas Orthopaedic Associates, performs a thorough physical exam and reviews your symptoms and medical history. They evaluate the appearance, mobility, and strength of your hand to understand the root cause of your pain.
They may also take diagnostic imaging tests, such as an in-office X-ray or ultrasound, to look for signs of damage to the bones and soft tissues of your hand.
Once they accurately diagnose your condition, your expert physician at Texas Orthopaedic Associates, develops a personalized treatment plan. Depending on your unique needs, treatment for hand pain may include:
The team at Texas Orthopaedic Associates, begins treatment for hand pain with the most conservative, nonsurgical methods available whenever possible. However, if your condition is severe or doesn’t improve with treatment, they may recommend surgery.
The highly trained hand and wrist specialists at Texas Orthopaedic Associates, help you decide if surgery is the right option for you. Call your nearest clinic or schedule an appointment online to alleviate your hand pain today.