The skill and precision to treat the body’s most delicate bones
Think about all the things you do with your hands every day. When pain, injury or disease makes even ordinary tasks difficult, it impacts your quality of life.
Midwest Orthopaedic Center hand surgeons specialize in examining, diagnosing and treating problems of the hand, wrist, forearm and elbow. In many cases, non-surgical treatment such as medication, splints, injections, physical therapy and occupational therapy can reduce or eliminate pain, restore movement and improve function so you can get back to your everyday activities.
If surgery is needed, you want the skill and precision of a physician experienced at performing procedures involving the smaller, delicate bones of the fingers, hand, wrist and elbow. Our surgeons also perform microvascular surgery, which is used to treat very small blood vessels and nerves in the fingers, hand and wrist.
Midwest Orthopaedic Center is one of the nation’s only orthopedic practices offering in-office Needle Aponeurotomy, a minimally invasive technique that straightens bent fingers while achieving minimal side effects.
Rely on Midwest Orthopaedic Center for expert care of your hand, wrist and elbow problems including:
- Carpal/cubital tunnel syndrome
- Cold hands
- Congenital limb differences (birth defects)
- Lacerations on the fingers and hand
- Finger/thumb pain or stiffness
- Fingertip injuries
- Nerve/tendon injuries
- Sports injuries of the hand and wrist
- Trigger finger
- Wrist pain and/or movement limitation