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Wrist Anatomy & Wrist Health
The wrist consists of dozens of bones and joints, as well as ligaments, tendons, muscles, nerves, and cartilage. These parts work together to perform everyday tasks. We use our wrists frequently, making them prone to injuries, dislocations, and fractures. Repetitive motion when working or participating in activities can lead to wrist pain or an injured wrist joint.
We provide a variety of services, from wrist x-rays to surgery. No matter your wrist conditions, Orthopedic Specialists is here to help you maintain your wrist health.
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Nonsurgical Wrist Treatments
As a full-service orthopedic clinic, Iowa Orthopedic Specialists offers a wide range of orthopedic services to our patients. From a dislocated wrist to tendinitis of the wrist, our orthopedic wrist doctors are here to treat any wrist problems you may encounter.
Our physical therapists provide expertise and support with wrist injury recovery, wrist surgery recovery, and more. In addition to our physical therapy services, we also offer orthopedic surgeon-approved wrist equipment (such as wrist wraps, wrist braces, wrist splints, and more).
At Iowa Orthopedic Specialists, our physical therapists provide expertise and support with wrist injury recovery, wrist surgery recovery, sports injury, and more. In addition to our diagnosis and treatments, we also offer wrist equipment (wrist wraps, wrist braces, wrist splints, and more).
Surgical Wrist Treatments
In some cases, orthopedic surgery is the best option to treat wrist conditions and wrist injuries. At Orthopedic Specialists, our orthopedic wrist surgeons provide highly specialized care and treatment for all types of wrist problems. Care includes carpal tunnel release (for carpal tunnel syndrome), De Quervain’s release, ganglion cyst excision, arthroplasty of the wrist, tendon and nerve reconstruction, compression, and congenital reconstruction.
Our wrist specialists can treat everything from chronic wrist pain to a sprained wrist, strained wrist, or broken wrist bones. Whether a patient needs orthopedic wrist surgery or relief from different types of arthritis, our team can provide safe and effective treatment.
If you’re having pain in your wrist, hand, or fingers, don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment with Iowa Orthopedic Specialists, the leading orthopedic clinic in Iowa.