Wrist pain is not always associated with carpal tunnel. There are eight small bones in the wrist that connect to the ulna and radius in the forearm. As a result of the complexity of this joint, wrist pain is a common complaint that can seriously impact a person’s day-to-day activities. Because of everything we do with our hands and arms, the wrist is subject to repetitive stress. This in turn can can lead to arthritis.
Diagnosis and treatment
Determining the reason for the pain and discomfort is vital to treating such a delicate area of the body. Our team of skilled medical professionals is dedicated to finding and treating the causes of your pain. We have helped thousands of patients restore function in their wrists, helping people get back to their occupations and hobbies. Please contact us to learn more about living without wrist pain.