Hand tendonitis is a common condition when you participate in repetitive activities involving your wrist and hand. Learn more about OrthoIndy hand treatment.
What does an orthopedic hand surgeon do? Find out what happens after multiple wrist fractures and how a patient was able to resume their normal activities.
Is nerve damage in the hand permanent, what are the signs of nerve damage in the hand and how long do damaged nerves take to heal? Learn more about treatment.
Jessica Regan, former OrthoIndy clinical nutrition dietitian, explains why swollen hands and feet occur and how to reduce swelling with a low-sodium diet.
Overuse injuries are one of the most common causes of pain in the hand, wrist and elbow. This is due to the repetitive motion in sports, work or even hobbies.
A hand, wrist or elbow injury can be a seemingly small injury that has a huge impact on your daily activities. Learn tips on how to prepare for your recovery.
When should you see a doctor for a wrist injury? When should I see a doctor for elbow pain? Learn more about hand, wrist and elbow pain and when to seek help.
What happens if a fracture is left untreated? There are some obvious symptoms you should never ignore when it comes to finger, hand, elbow or wrist pain.
What is the best treatment for arthritis in the hands or wrist? How do you treat arthritis in the fingers, hand or wrist? Learn more about the best treatment.
Hand fractures can occur in the small bones of the fingers or the long bones in your palm and the main symptom is pain. Oftentimes, surgery is not necessary.
Overhand throwing causes high stress on the elbow. With throwing athletes, like baseball pitchers, repeated stresses to the elbow can lead to serious injury.
Both men and women, young and old enjoy golfing; however, some people may not realize that overtime avid golfers sustain a high level of overuse injuries.
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