What is endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery?
Occasionally, surgery is necessary to treat carpal tunnel syndrome. Endoscopic carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common treatment for patients who need surgery.
What is Elbow Arthritis?
Elbow arthritis occurs when the cartilage in your joint starts to break down. This injury often happens in athletes who use a repetitive motion, like baseball pitchers.
A busy mom finds a solution for a broken wrist without surgery
How do you know if your wrist is sprained or broken? Can a broken wrist heal on its own? A patient shares her experience with a broken wrist and recovery.
What is an electromyography used for?
What is an EMG test used to diagnose? Learn more about an electromyography procedure.
Patient gets a helping hand after multiple wrist fractures
What does an orthopedic hand surgeon do? Find out what happens after a wrist break and how a patient was able to resume normal activity.
What is Kienböck’s disease?
Kienböck’s disease is a condition in which the blood supply to one of the small bones in the wrist is interrupted.
Why is it called nursemaid’s elbow?
Nursemaid’s elbow is a common early childhood injury that usually occurs in children ages one to four. However, it can happen anytime from birth to age seven. Learn more.
What causes Dupuytren’s syndrome?
Dupuytren’s contracture, or disease, is a hand deformity that usually develops over the years.
What is boutonnière deformity?
Boutonnière deformity is a deformity of the finger that happens when tendons are damaged. It can be a serious condition if left untreated, and can even be permanent. Learn more
What is intersection syndrome of the wrist?
How is intersection syndrome treated and how long does it take to heal? Learn more about symptoms and causes.
Baseball pitcher finds relief from little leaguer’s elbow with physical therapy
How do you get rid of little league elbow? Learn how a baseball pitcher recovered.
What are the most common injuries in tennis?
Tennis injuries are common among all ages; even athletes at the highest level experience them. Dr. Andrew Vicar, OrthoIndy sports medicine physician, will discuss how to treat and prevent common tennis injuries.
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