Treatments for disorders of upper extremities at kdms
Arms and hands are complex body parts. All routine activities require the coordination of bones, muscles, tendons, and nerves. Therefore, injuries or disorders of the arms and hands can significantly affect daily life. There are a variety of hand and arm disorders, most of which are caused by repetitive use or accidents and lead to many symptoms include pain, numbness, and abnormal joint movements. These disorders should be carefully managed and treated by hand orthopedic surgeons who are specialized in the small and complex structures of the arms and hands.
Care plans from specialized hand surgeons are personalized thoroughly, based on each patient’s condition, needs and aptitudes, The treatment options include modification of behavior or daily activities, medication, physical therapy, or surgery if indicated. The hand surgeons work together with experienced rehabilitation doctors, physical therapists, and occupational therapists to assist patients in recovery of their hand and arm functions with minimal injury.
Disorders of Hand, Wrist, and Arms
- Pain along hands and fingers, trigger fingers
- Pain along wrists and elbows, hand sprain
- Wrist sprain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Post-traumatic arm injuries
- Fractures of arms, hands, and fingers
- Nerve injury