Hundreds of structures within the hand and wrist interact and coordinate perfectly in order to create fine, accurate movements of the fingers. A complex set of pulleys, tendons, ligaments, muscles, nerves and your brain all contribute to this intricate process.
Injury to any constituent part can create significant disability, and reduction of your ability to function properly.
Common conditions include De Quervain’s tenosynovitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, other nerve compressions such as Guyon’s canal syndrome, post-fracture rehabilitation, ligament sprains, tendon strains and pulley injuries. We also frequently see people in clinic who think they have a hand problem, but actually they have a neck problem creating symptoms at their extremities.
The key to a quick recovery is an early, accurate diagnosis. Seek an expert opinion and start the process of getting better today.