How do you get tendonitis in your hand?
Hand tendonitis is a common condition when you participate in repetitive activities involving your wrist and hand. Learn more about OrthoIndy hand treatment.
How do you safely carve a pumpkin?
To ensure you and your family carve pumpkins safely this year, follow our tips to prevent hand injuries.
What is a wrist fusion?
Wrist fusion, is the surgical procedure that fuses the forearm with the bones in the wrist.
Why do they call it Tommy John Surgery?
Tommy John is a retired pitcher who played Major League Baseball from 1963 to 1989. If your team’s baseball pitcher needs Tommy John Surgery, it usually means overuse caused the UCL to fray, tear or become loose.
What are the most common golf injuries?
OrthoIndy hand and sports medicine physician, Dr. Timothy Dicke discusses common golf injuries and how to reduce your risk of experiencing an injury while playing.
What causes elbow tendonitis and how do you treat it?
The elbow is made up of bones, ligaments, muscles and tendons. Tendons are flexible, tough bands of tissue that connect muscles to bones. When tendons become inflamed, torn or irritated, the condition is referred to as tendonitis.
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.
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