Hand & Wrist
When the hand and wrist are not working properly, we lose the ability to efficiently interact with our world. A wide range of conditions can prevent us from meeting the everyday demands of life or being productive in our work activities or hobbies. At Edmonds Orthopedic Center, our goal is to work with you in a patient-centered model of shared decision-making that ensures you return to your desired activities as soon as possible.
While the structures that make up the hand and wrist are complex in nature, our board-certified, fellowship-trained Orthopedic Hand Surgeons are focused on making sure you have a clear understanding what is wrong and how we can work together to get you better.
Some of the ways in which the Hand Surgeons as Edmonds Orthopedic Center help to get you better include:
- Non-surgical treatments (splints, casts, exercise programs, injections).
- Hand Therapy is an important part of treating conditions that affect the hand and wrist. Concept Therapy and Edmonds Orthopedic Therapy offer convenient locations and expert staff that are focused on your recovery and injury prevention.
- Surgical procedures that use the latest in minimally invasive technology to maximize your recovery.
Whether we are treating common conditions like tendonitis, bursitis, over-use injuries or arthritis; sports injuries; or trauma that leads to sprains, strains, dislocations, broken bones and joint problems, our focus is on working with you to develop the most effective treatment program based on your unique situation.
At Edmonds Orthopedic Center, unlike large hospital-based systems that try to be all things to all people, our clinical focus and expert-training are committed to one thing: you! You will work one-on-one with your Hand Surgeon always. From diagnosis, all the way through the completion of your treatment, this one-on-one interaction improves the quality of care and strengthens communication. We believe that this model provides the most efficient level of care from the only perspective that matters: yours!
Click or call today to get started on your path to improved function of your hand and wrist.
Patient Education Topic: Hand
- Arthritis of the Finger Joints
- Arthritis of the Thumb
- Artificial Joint Replacement of the Thumb
- Boutonniere Deformity of the Finger
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Dupuytren's Contracture
- Dupuytren's Contracture Surgery
- Finger Fusion Surgery
- Hand Anatomy
- Mallet Finger Injuries
- Mucous Cysts of the Fingers
- PIP Joint Injuries of the Finger
- Resection (Excision) Arthroplasty of the Thumb
- Swan Neck Deformity of the Finger
- Thumb Fusion Surgery
- Trigger Finger and Trigger Thumb
- Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injuries of the Thumb
Patient Education Topic: Wrist