Hand/Wrist Pain and Injuries Treatment in Gwinnett
Are you looking for effective hand and wrist pain treatment and relief in the Gwinnett area? Everyday tasks can be difficult when you suffer from hand or wrist pain or dysfunction. Simply buttoning a shirt or opening a jar can be impossible with certain hand/wrist conditions that affect dexterity or strength. Inflammation, nerve damage and other factors contribute to hand or wrist pain and dysfunction. At Medici Spine & Pain, we offer advanced treatment options that help minimize pain and improve function for those with chronic hand or wrist conditions.
The hands and wrists are intricately linked with the rest of the upper body. Not all hand pain or functional issues are caused by localized injuries. A nerve injury in the neck, shoulder or elbow can cause pain or weakness in the hands or wrist. Strained tendons in the elbow can cause hand pain and dysfunction. The first step in resolving hand and wrist pain or weakness is determining the cause or source of the pain. Once diagnosed, a treatment plan can be devised to improve function and eliminate or manage pain.
Types of Painful Hand and Wrist Conditions
At Medici Spine & Pain, we treat a wide variety of chronic and acute conditions that cause pain or debilitation at our facilities in the Gwinnett County area. For those with hand or wrist injuries or dysfunction, we provide an accurate diagnosis and a treatment plan to reduce pain and improve dexterity, strength and flexibility. Some of the hand or wrist conditions we treat include:
Finding the right treatment plan using advanced medical technology and methods can help manage pain and restore function. Our multidisciplinary approach to treating complex conditions is beneficial for those with hand or wrist issues that want effective, lasting results.
If you have a painful wrist or hand condition and want relief and improved function, come see us at Medici Spine & Pain. Contact one of our clinics to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced pain physicians.