Wrist Treatments

Do You Have Wrist Pain Following an Injury or a Chronic Wrist Condition?

Are you currently struggling with wrist pain caused by a recent injury or chronic condition? If this is you, and you are seeking treatment for your wrist, you are in the right place. Please continue reading in order to learn more about how we can help you at HandSport Surgery Institute.

The wrist is one of the most complex and used joints in your body. It makes dealing with pain, stiffness, or diminished mobility in your wrist difficult. Aside from obvious deformities, there are also a number of underlying conditions that could be causing your symptoms, and each problem has potential treatments that could restore your wrist’s functionality.

In order to reduce the amount of discomfort you may be feeling, you will need to get a full assessment, diagnosis, and treatment plan. With over 40 years of combined experience treating the most complex conditions and injuries of the wrist, Drs. Mark and Jason Pruzansky can get you back in the game, or in the office, quicker and with less pain.

As award winning orthopedic surgeons specializing in treatment of hand and wrist conditions, you can rest assured knowing that you would get the proper diagnosis, and treatment plan for your situation. Remember, we usually consider surgery as the final option.

HandSport Surgery Institute Wrist Treatments

HandSport Surgery Institute provides both surgical and non-surgical treatment options to help patients reduce pain and improve the function of their wrists.

These treatments include both surgical and nonsurgical options, such as:

Nonsurgical

  • Physical Therapy
  • Anti-inflammatory Medication
  • Splinting
  • Sport Technique Education
  • Ergonomic Training
  • Cortisone Injection

Surgical

Get Treated by the Best. Contact us for More Information About the Wrist Treatments Available to You.

If you are concerned about your wrist following an injury or sudden onset of stiffness, pain, or swelling, please contact us. Allowing damage to the wrist to remain untreated can cause more extensive issues and limit the success of potential treatments.