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Hand and Wrist Surgery
Wrist surgery can resolve chronic joint pain in your hands and improve mobility.

Brian Carr, MD, and his team perform hand and wrist surgery that helps patients with mfractures and other conditions. Whenever possible, they also use minimally invasive techniques.

Hand and Wrist Surgery Q & A
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You may need hand and wrist surgery if you have one of the following conditions:

  • Chronic pain in hands and wrist
  • Injured tendons, ligaments and nerves in the hands and wrist
  • Bone fractures or trauma
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome (median nerve compression)

In most cases, patients have hand and wrist surgery because of traumatic injury like fractures. Surgery can stabilize the fractured bones so that the patients can begin to move their wrist even before the bones are healed and without the need for a cast. This leads to earlier return to activities with less pain and without permanent deformity.

After your hand and wrist surgery, you’ll need to take some time off work and other activities to recover. Get plenty of rest, attend follow-up visits and ice the affected area to reduce swelling. Your surgeon will also let you know when to begin physical therapy to aid in your recovery and restore strength.

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