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  • Arthritis

    Arthritis literally means inflammation of one or more joints. Arthritis is frequently accompanied by joint pain and is commonly a source of hand/wrist pain.

  • Ganglion

    A Ganglion is a bulge of swelling overlying a joint capsule or tendon sheath, most commonly occurring in the wrist and hand, that is potentially caused by overuse.

  • Tendon injuries

    A tendon is a fibrous cord of connective tissue connecting muscle to bone. Overuse of tendons commonly leads to inflammation and swelling, causing pain.

  • Triangular FibroCartilage (TFC) Tear

    A tear/strain of the TFC commonly occurs when compressive/twisting loads are placed through the wrist, which can happen via repetitive strain.

  • Fracture & Dislocations

    A Fracture is a break or incomplete break in a bone as the result of excessive force, whereas a Dislocation is the complete separation of two bones within a joint. Both can lead to pain, swelling, deformity, etc.

  • Carpal Tunnel

    A nerve disorder occurring at the wrist which causes pain, sensory changes and a loss of function in the hand. The carpal tunnel is enclosed by the bones of the wrist, and a roof consisting of a strong, broad ligament.