Wrists need specialized attention and care.
Wrist injuries are particularly common among athletes. But because we use our wrists so frequently in our everyday lives, an injured wrist can take anyone out of the game.
Understanding the Wrist
- The wrist is a complex joint made up of eight small bones (the carpal bones) and two forearm bones (the radius and the ulna) bridging the hand to the forearm.
- Because we use our wrists so frequently, they are prone to injuries, dislocations, and fractures—as well as conditions like tendonitis, arthritis, or carpal tunnel syndrome.
- DID YOU KNOW? Wrist injuries are the most common health afflictions that affect snowboarders.
Working on the Wrist
The dozens of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, nerves, and cartilage that work together in order for us to perform routine, everyday tasks involving our wrists require specialized attention and care. Premier Bone & Joint Centers’ wrist experts are highly trained and experienced in diagnosis and treatment of wrist conditions, including:
- Tendon transfer
- Joint replacement surgery
- Joint injections
- Workers’ compensation evaluations
- Independent medical evaluations
Don’t let wrist pain or a wrist injury hamper you from doing what you love. Premier Bone & Joint Centers will see that you receive precise, effective care from our board-certified physicians to help you regain strength, flexibility, and function in your wrist.
Here are our physicians who specialize in wrists, and are experts in diagnosing and treating conditions specific to this critical area of the human body.
Specialties & Services
- Diagnostic Services
- Physician Specialties
- Foot & Ankle Sports Injuries
- Sports Medicine
- Physical Medicine & Rehab
- Surgical and Non-Surgical Treatments