Hand & Wrist Care

Specialized Care for Hand and Wrist Pain

Typing on a computer, holding a phone, putting away groceries — our arms are essential for many of the activities we do throughout the day. But for those suffering from pain in the hands or wrists, these everyday tasks can feel monumental. If you’re suffering from hand or wrist pain, the orthopedic specialists at Houston Northwest Medical Center can help.

At Houston Northwest, we offer:

  • Non-surgical treatment options, including pain management, rehabilitation and physical therapy
  • Experience in treating arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome and other hand and wrist conditions
  • Board-certified orthopedic surgeons experienced in minimally invasive procedures

Relief For Your Pain

Whether you’ve broken your wrist, torn a ligament, or are living with the long-term effects of a condition such as arthritis or carpal tunnel syndrome, hand and wrist conditions can limit your mobility and quality of life.

At Houston Northwest, we offer a variety of treatment options for hand and wrist pain and injuries. Our goal is to start with non-surgical treatment options, offering pain management, rehabilitation and physical therapy, as well as advanced imaging to help diagnose you quickly and start treating you immediately.

If surgery is needed, we have a team of doctors who are board-certified in orthopedic medicine and have a wealth of experience in performing minimally invasive procedures. These procedures allow surgeons to achieve a new level of precision designed to help you heal as quickly as possible with minimal scarring.

Get The Help You Need

Ready to take the next step in relieving your hand and wrist pain? To find an orthopedic specialist at Houston Northwest, use our online doctor search.

For an appointment or to learn more about orthopedic services offered at Houston Northwest Medical Center, please call (855) 997-7246.

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