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Orthopedics

Hand, Wrist, Elbow

Orthopedics

Hand, Wrist, Elbow

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Hand, Wrist, Elbow Care at OhioHealth

National leaders in hand and microsurgery

OhioHealth orthopedic experts provide specialized treatment for patients with hand, wrist and elbow pain due to injuries or chronic conditions. We care for everything from basic fractures and arthritis to severed limbs.  

Hand, Wrist, Elbow Conditions We Treat

We are a national leader in hand and microsurgery. We have surgeons on call to provide hand and microsurgical care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

ARTHRITIC CONDITIONS
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Any inflammatory arthritis
ACUTE HAND, WRIST AND ELBOW TRAUMA
  • Fracture of the upper extremity
  • Crash injuries of the upper extremity
  • Ligament and tendon tears
  • Complete and partial amputations
  • Amputation reconstruction for hand, wrist, elbow and arm
  • Re-plantation, the surgical reattachment of a finger, hand or arm
ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS/INJURIES
  • Complex open wound repair
  • Tendonitis (tennis elbow and golfer's elbow)
  • Ischemia of fingers
  • Sports injuries
CONGENITAL (PRESENT AT BIRTH) CONDITIONS
  • Webbed fingers
  • Deformed digits
  • Extra digits
  • Missing digits
NERVE DISORDERS
  • Carpel tunnel syndrome
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome
  • Laceration of nerves in the extremities

Non-Surgical Treatments We Offer

Many hand, wrist and elbow conditions can be treated successfully without surgery. Some of the advanced non-surgical treatment options we offer include physical therapy specifically for the hand and wrist, platelet-rich plasma therapy and injections. 

Surgical Treatments We Offer

In some cases, surgery is the best treatment option. This is especially true for many traumatic injuries or congenital conditions. OhioHealth is a national leader in microsurgery. Using high-powered operating microscopes, microsutures and special surgical techniques, our surgeons can not only reattach severed body parts, but also repair the tiny blood vessels and nerves needed to recover the use of the reattached finger, hand or arm.