hand & wrist

Hand and wrist pain can result from repetitive stress or a congenital condition. Finding the right treatment can be as simple as perscribing an anti-inflammatory to a minimally invasive surgical proceedure.

WHAT IS HAND AND WRIST PAIN AND HOW DO I KNOW IF I HAVE IT?

The hands and wrists are vital to even the most basic activities of daily living, but their delicate bone structure and network of nerves make them very vulnerable to injury.

OASIS offers treatment for trauma, repetitive stress, and congenital conditions of the bones, joints, tendons, and nerves of the hand and wrist.

Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the many common hand and wrist conditions, but at OASIS we treat a wide range of conditions with conservative treatments such as bracing, physical therapy, and anti-inflammatories as well as minimally invasive surgical procedures if necessary.

COMMON CONDITIONS THAT AFFECT THE HAND AND WRIST:

  • Arthritis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Ganglion Cysts
  • Hand & Finger Tendon Injuries
  • Trigger Finger

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ORTHOPEDIC TREATMENT OPTIONS
Our comprehensive orthopedic treatment options and care is intended to bring long-lasting relief to our patients experiencing chronic pain that limits daily activities and quality of life. Many orthopedic conditions can be treated with non-surgical techniques like anti-inflammatories, exercise plans, customized orthotics, injections or physicial therapy. However, if and when surgery becomes necessary, our highly-trained and specialized orthopedic surgeons are on hand to prepare and walk patients through the complete experience.
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WHAT OUR PATIENTS ARE SAYING

[Since my bulging disc correction] I haven't had pain in my leg at all and had only a little pain in my back from my surgery, but zero pain in my legs, the sciatica is gone.

Edward, age 55, bulging disc injury

Today my back and hip feel tremendous. My legs are still a bit weak, possibly from nerve damage that occurred prior to surgery. I’m going to physical therapy 3 times per week. I was back at work on November 15th, 3 weeks after surgery.

Robert, age 58,
history of disc herniation and previous surgeries

Nobody likes to be injured and neck surgery is a delicate procedure, but Dr. Massoud explained what needed to be done, which made me feel more comfortable. [Post-surgery] I felt great, and today the pain is completely gone.

Francisco, Age 48, Cervical Injury

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