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Treating Hand & Wrist Injuries and Pain – Glastonbury, CT

Work & Play
Without Pain Again

Man and woman smiling at beach after hand and wrist injury treatment

Needless to say, your hands are extremely important whether you’re an athlete or not. So, pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility in the hands and wrists can have a devastating effect on someone’s quality of life, making it virtually impossible to accomplish even the simplest tasks. If you frequently experience pain in your hands and/or wrists, or you have difficulty grabbing or holding objects because of a lack of mobility or strength, the team at Valley Sports Physicians & Orthopedic Medicine is ready to help. We’ve treated countless patients with these kinds of problems using non-invasive methods that help someone experience complete relief and take back control of their life. To learn more about treating hand and wrist injuries and pain in Glastonbury, CT or schedule an appointment, give us a call today.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Patient with carpal tunnel syndrome holding wrist

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is characterized by a persistent ache and/or numbness felt in the hands and wrists, and it’s often associated with office work due to the repetitive motion required at most jobs. But, many types of professionals and athletes can develop Carpal Tunnel if they perform the same motions again and again with their hands and wrists. The underlying cause is usually a compressed nerve in the wrist, and we can treat this directly to stop troublesome symptoms for good.

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Arthritis in Hands,
Wrists, & Fingers

Patient with arthritis in hands holding her hand up in pain

Rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and injury are all common causes for arthritis found in the hands, wrists, or fingers. This can lead to swelling and inflammation in the various joints as well as a severe reduction in mobility. We can help a patient treat the inflammation, which will go a long way in reducing pain and improving function, and we can also prescribe ongoing care so the joints stay relatively healthy for as long as possible.

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