What Causes Hand and Wrist Pain?

Certain risk factors can lead to pain over time, such as playing a sport, certain diseases or performing repetitive motion with your hands and wrists.

Sudden impacts to your hand or wrist can cause sprains or fractures, while arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome or other chronic issues could be underlying sources of your pain.

Call 866-GUTHRIE (866-488-4743) to make an appointment.

How are Hand and Wrist Pain Treated?

The first step toward recovery is to have us look at your case and develop a care plan. Your treatment could include surgical and non-surgical options.

Non-surgical treatment options, such as laser treatment or steroid injections, could be right for you. For patients requiring nonsurgical treatment, our providers work closely with our Certified Hand

Therapists to provide the best possible care.

Surgery could also be determined as the best option for you. We offer the latest advancements in microsurgery and our Hand Care Therapists are trained in advanced techniques to help your hand and wrist return to normal motion after surgery.

By using a wide range of treatments, our goal is to restore the structure and function of your hand to the same level as before the injury.

To learn what options would be best for you, contact us today at 866-GUTHRIE (866-488-4743).

Hand and Wrist Pain Care at Guthrie

The Guthrie Hand Center’s care team evaluates and treats your unique condition. We work closely with you to create a care plan that meets your needs.

Common problems of the hand can cause pain and interfere with your active lifestyle. You can rely on Guthrie for the latest treatment and surgical options. The answer is not always straight forward, which is why we take the time to review, discuss and diagnose accurately for lasting relief. 

Many common problems of the hand can cause pain and interfere with your active lifestyle. You can rely on Guthrie for the latest treatment and surgical options. 

Our hand care therapists have specialized training and advanced knowledge to restore your hand’s function after an injury or surgery.