Hand, Wrist, and Finger Injuries & Conditions
Your hand has 27 bones and, left untreated, one injury will have a domino effect on the rest of your hand bones. Even the tiniest bones in your fingers can cause major problems. Considering how much we rely on our hands, fingers and wrists on a daily basis, it’s important to pay close attention to injuries to this part of the body.
When you think of hand, wrist and finger injuries, fractures and carpal tunnel syndrome probably first come to mind. However, these kinds of injuries can run the gamut from trigger finger to ganglion cysts. Read on to learn more about these conditions and treatment options.
Symptoms and Treatment of Basal Joint (Thumb) Arthritis
By Dr. Kevin Knox, OSMS Hand Surgeon Dr. Knox is seeing patients at our Fox Valley clinic in Neenah. Request an appointment with him here. [...]
LIVE Event: Trigger Finger and Inflammation of the Hand with Dr. Ben Zellner
OSMS Orthopedic Hand-to-Shoulder Specialist Dr. Ben Zellner provides an overview of trigger finger and inflammation in the hand. After providing an overview on the topic, [...]
3 Hand Conditions That Could Impact Employee Productivity
By Dr. Ben Zellner, OSMS Fellowship-Trained Orthopedic Hand-to-Shoulder Specialist Dr. Zellner is seeing patients at our clinics in Green Bay and Marinette. Request an appointment [...]
How much does carpal tunnel surgery cost?
Finding out the cost of surgery can be tricky. But recently, according to a report using Sidecar Health’s care calculator, they were able to provide [...]
Heidi’s I’m Back Story
Five years ago, Heidi had the carpal tunnel test done by a doctor in Oshkosh and at that point they had told her she [...]