If you need to consult with a hand and wrist specialist in the Reno, Nevada and Carson City area, turn to the professionals at Swift Orthopedics. We have extensive experience diagnosing and treating hand, wrist, and finger injuries of all types and will be glad to walk you through your various treatment options. Whether you have recently experienced an injury, you have chronic pain that has bothered you for years, or you can just tell that something isn’t right, let one of our board-certified orthopedic physicians help.
The hand is a highly complex part of the body that is often susceptible to injury. In order to accurately identify the cause and location of the problem, a hand and wrist specialist at Swift Orthopedics will use state-of-the-art medical imagery and an extensive physical examination to diagnose your condition. Our orthopedic doctor will then carefully walk you through your treatment options.
One of the advantages to turning to our clinic in the Carson City, NV, area is that we specialize in both non-surgical and surgical treatment for hand, wrist, and finger injuries. Typically, when a patient complains of chronic pain, numbness, tingling, or other similar symptoms in their hands, the first step is to attempt to manage the symptoms conservatively with non-invasive treatment, including physical therapy and pain management. However, in the event that an orthopedic specialist at Swift Orthopedics recommends surgery, you can be confident that our staff has the training and experience needed to perform even the most delicate procedures.
Here are a few examples of the types of hand, wrist, and finger disorders that we regularly treat at Swift Orthopedics:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Trigger finger
Swift Orthopedics is proud to provide personalized care to patients of all ages in the Reno, NV and Carson City area. If you are in need of specialized orthopedic care, contact us today and make an appointment with a hand and wrist specialist. We’re standing by to diagnose your condition, answer your questions, and help you select a treatment plan that will work best for you.