Tendonitis

Caused by a series of very small tears (microtears) in the tissue in or around the tendon, tendonitis can cause pain, tenderness, decreased strength and movement. Treatment is usually non-surgical.

Ganglion cysts

These common fluid-filled lumps can appear in the hand and wrist, usually next to joints or tendons. Treatment is usually non-surgical, involving aspiration (draining) of the cyst, which can be done in the physician’s office. Occasionally ganglion cysts require surgery.

Wrist Arthritis

Wrist arthritis is a problem that can cause pain and difficulty performing normal activities. There are several causes of wrist arthritis, and several treatment options.

Carpal Bossing

In carpal bossing, a lump of bone forms on the back of the wrist. Treatment of a carpal boss may require surgery to remove the bump.

The hand surgery specialists at Oakland Regional Hospital treat these and many more conditions of the hands, fingers and wrists. If you are experiencing pain, discomfort, or a decrease in function, click below to make an appointment for a consultation. Or, call the Appointment Hotline at (248) 423-8484.