Should you see a general practitioner for wrist pain, or would it be better to consult with a specialist? At Premier Bone & Joint Centers , we firmly believe that in order to provide the best possible patient care, it is important for a physician to study, train, and practice in a specialized area of medicine. This is especially true with respect to the wrist, a complex structure that is vital to many aspects of daily living. As such, specialist care from a wrist doctor is best.
Conditions We Diagnose & Treat
The board-certified, fellowship-trained wrist doctors who practice at Premier Bone & Joint Centers have the knowledge and experience necessary to expertly diagnose and treat a variety of wrist conditions, including:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Pinched nerves
- Torn ligaments
Treatment Options We Offer
The wrist doctors at Premier Bone & Joint Centers emphasize conservative treatment whenever possible, and we can often suggest nonsurgical therapies, such as medication, splinting, bracing, and physical therapy, to alleviate wrist pain and restore function. With that said, we may recommend surgery to address symptoms that persist or worsen after several weeks of conservative treatment. Our surgeons are skilled and experienced in utilizing the latest minimally invasive techniques when performing wrist arthroscopy, tendonitis surgery, carpal tunnel release, and other procedures.
Don’t allow wrist pain to get in the way of your active lifestyle. Contact Premier Bone & Joint Centers today to learn more about our practice or to request a consultation with a wrist doctor at our satellite clinic in Thermopolis, WY.