We are here to help you Get a Grip on hand & wrist pain
At The Hand & Wrist Center at Andrews Sports Medicine, our non-surgical sports medicine physicians and hand & wrist orthopaedic surgeons, Christopher M. Beaumont, MD and Kathleen E. McKeon, MD take a team approach to diagnose and identify the best form of treatment for hand & wrist injuries, disorders, and chronic conditions based on each patient’s unique situation.
Our team of experts are accustomed to treating the most common hand & wrist injuries and conditions ranging from: dislocations, wrist fractures, hand fractures, sprains and strains to more complex conditions like arthritis, carpal instability, and Kienbock's Disease.
Our non-surgical treatment plans often include activity modification, bracing, casting, injections, and/or occupational therapy. If surgery is deemed necessary, our team of experts utilize the latest techniques and technologies, including minimally-invasive and arthroscopic surgery, surgical releases, deformity correction, fracture repair, ligament reconstruction, tendon repair and reconstruction.
When necessary, we coordinate with other trusted providers, such our Andrews Sports Medicine occupational therapists, to help you recover faster and return to your sport, activity or passion as quickly and safely as possible.
The Hand & Wrist Center at Andrews Sports Medicine provides the most-advanced, comprehensive treatment solutions for injuries and disorders of the hand & wrist. To schedule an appointment, call (205) 939-3699.
Conditions We Treat
We care for a wide range of conditions and injuries affecting the hand and wrist, including:
- Broken bones
- Buckle fractures
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Cold Hand Disease
- Cubital tunnel syndrome
- De Quervain syndrome
- Distal radius fracture
- Dupuytren’s contracture
- Fingertip injuries
- Flexor tendon injuries
- Ganglion Cysts
- Hand Fractures
- Kienbock's Disease
Treatments We Offer
- Arhroscopic surgery
- Carpal & cubital tunnel release
- Finger & wrist joint replacement
- Fracture reduction & fixation
- Medication therapy
- Modalities - ultrasound, H wave, iontophoresis
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Repair of traumatic injuries (cut tendons/nerves)
- Trigger finer release
- Topical ointment/therapy