Hand surgeries are procedures to correct hand injuries or conditions. Learn more about these procedures.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the most common nerve complaint in the U.S., caused by the compression of a major wrist nerve. Learn more about symptoms and treatment.
The term “nerve block“ refers to a procedure that blocks pain from reaching specific nerves. Learn more about this procedure.
MRI arthrography uses magnetic resonance imaging to diagnose conditions in the knees, shoulders, hips and other joints where two or more bones meet. Learn more about this procedure.
De Quervain’s tenosynovitis occurs when the wrist tendons at the base of the thumb start to constrict.
Sacroiliac joint fusion is a minimally invasive procedure, done under image guidance, to place titanium implants across the sacroiliac joint for stability.
A ganglion cyst is a lump, typically round or oval, that can develop on the hand or wrist. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Thumb arthritis is the second most common type of hand arthritis, which inflames the joints. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
A congenital hand disorder (a difference in fingers or hands) can be treated with physical therapy, prosthetic devices, splints and/or corrective surgery.
Dupuytren’s contracture is a condition that, over time, causes affected fingers to bend down towards the palm. Learn about symptoms and treatment.