Optimal Care For The Hand And Wrist

Jun 17, 2019

As the hand and wrist help us perform many functions in our daily lives, keeping the hand and wrist in pristine shape is an ideal thought. Our orthopedic hand specialists at AICA Orthopedics are trained and experienced in treating a vast array of conditions involving the hand and wrist. Our patients come from many different walks of life, ages, occupations and physicality levels.

We strive to provide as many non-surgical treatment options to combat the pain from the injury but also provide the most cutting edge surgical procedures if needed. We have the ability to treat fractures, tendon tears and ruptures, ligament injuries, nerve compressions such as carpal tunnel and treatment for arthritis.

What We Treat

The hand is a delicate part of the body as it is composed of nerves and blood vessels, tendons, ligaments, muscles, skin and bones and any procedure must be addressed with proper preparation and caution. Our hand specialists must undergo intense field training to fully understand and prepare for this type of medicine. Our team of dedicated Atlanta orthopedic hand specialists will work with you to treat your carpal tunnel syndrome, fractures or any other problem found in your hand and get you back to living the life you deserve before pain took over.

We treat:

  • Bennett’s Fracture at base of the thumb
  • Mallet Finger Injury
  • Boutonniere’s Deformity
  • Boxer’s fracture
  • Carpal instability
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Wrist tendonitis
  • Flexor and extensor tendon injuries
  • Ganglion cysts
  • Finger fractures & dislocations
  • Rheumatoid arthritis of the hand and wrist
  • Wrist and scaphoid fractures
  • Skier’s thumb

If you suffer from any pain in your hand or wrist, please contact our dedicated team of doctors so they can assess your condition and provide you with the best course of action. Early intervention is always the best way to reaching optimal success so call today at (404) 855-2141 to schedule an appointment!


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