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We rely on our hands to grasp, feel and touch. Hand and wrist specialists understand that any kind of hand and wrist pain deeply interferes with quality of life. Given proper diagnosis and treatment, even the most complex conditions can be resolved, relieving pain and allowing the patient to conduct routine activities with ease.
One of the largest weight-bearing joints in the body, hips endure daily strain and stress. Orthopaedic hip specialists and surgeons treat hip pain and prevent conditions from progressing through a host of techniques, including medication, physical therapy and surgery ranging from minimally invasive arthroscopy to full hip replacement.
Knee pain affects approximately 25 percent of adults. Whether it's due to arthritis, aging or a past injury, many knee problems can be managed conservatively with rehabilitation, exercise, medication and injections. Where needed, surgery may also be recommended. With advanced techniques and a comprehensive approach, orthopaedic knee specialists can help patients recover function and return to active living.
Left untreated, pain takes a toll—physically, emotionally and psychologically. No one should endure this agony, not when specialists now have so many treatment methods at their disposal. Interventional pain physicians use leading edge technology to uncover the exact source of discomfort and then create a minimally invasive, personalized treatment plan to relieve it.
By definition, complex fractures are not routine cases and these injuries—with extensive damage to multiple bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, even veins and nerves—require more specialized care and rehabilitation. Often called “high-energy” fractures, they usually occur during major trauma such as a car collision or other forceful event.