Hand & Wrist Pain
Effective Treatment Options for Hand & Wrist Injuries
Hand and wrist injuries are some of the most painful and debilitating types of medical problems. You rely on your hands and wrists for almost everything you do, and even just a hand or wrist little pain can become much worse over time without treatment. At Steven Sanders M.D., we offer a variety of treatment options for patients suffering from wrist pain or hand pain. We’ll work with you at our Irving or Southlake orthopedic clinics to develop a rehabilitation plan if you’re dealing with a degenerative joint disease.
Using the latest in imaging technology, our team can pinpoint problem areas and offer solutions to make orthopedic repairs and corrections. In addition, we take the time to monitor our patients’ progress to ensure that all treatment options are explored as needed. Our goal is to create a wellness plan that not only gets you out of pain, but also that keeps you out of pain. If, after treatment, you have any questions, Dr. Sanders is always here for you.
Our hand and wrist pain treatments include:
- Arthritis Treatment
- Preventative Care
- Fracture & Sprain Treatment
- Joint Repair
- Restorative Services
- Hand & Wrist Surgery
Injury Treatment before Your Appointment
If you’ve experienced an injury to your hand or wrist, it’s important that you take precautions before being evaluated. Improper activities can lead to additional damage, ultimately meaning more invasive and critical care solutions.
Prevent damage with these steps:
- Try to avoid pressure upon or use of the damaged joint or bone—let it rest.
- Apply a light ice pack or cold compress to the injury to reduce swelling.
- Take anti-inflammatory medications, including ibuprofen, prior to your scheduled appointment for pain relief.
Our medical experts understand the intricate nature of hand and wrist injuries and are here to offer you state-of-the-art treatment options that will relieve your pain. Whether you’re suffering from a condition such as osteoarthritis, you’ve suffered damage due to a sports injury, or you simply have unexplained pain, we can help.
Contact our Southlake office at 817-203-2663 or our Irving office at 469-297-2663 to learn about how we can reduce or eliminate your hand and wrist pain.