Restore function and range of movement in your hands
Restore hand function with the help of our skilled hand surgeons at Spectrum Orthopaedics.
At Spectrum Orthopaedics, we offer a wide range of advanced surgical and nonsurgical options to help restore hand function, no matter the cause. Our experienced hand surgeons have successfully completed the most complex types of hand surgeries, and we are extensively trained to help you regain full range of motion and functionality in your hands.
Dr. Ryan Eschbaugh, DO
Dr. Ajay Seth, MD
Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon
Hand Conditions and Injuries We Treat
A variety of factors can affect hand function, causing pain and restricting movement. These include:
- Degenerative conditions such as osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis
- Cumulative (overuse) trauma disorders such as carpal tunnel syndrome
- Soft-tissue conditions such as deQuervain’s tendonitis or Dupuytren’s disease
- Neurological conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), and spinal cord injury
- Trauma injuries such as burns, flexor and extensor tendon injuries, or hand nerve injuries
- Wrist fractures or hand dislocations
Treatment Options for All Patients
If you have musculoskeletal or arthritis-related problems in your hands or wrists, chances are you won’t require surgery. Instead, conservative treatment options such as modifying your daily activities, icing to reduce swelling and inflammation, splinting, pain medications, steroid injections, or occupational or hand therapy can help relieve your pain and restore function in your hand.
Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel Release
At Spectrum Orthopaedics, we perform the latest and most advanced surgical procedures to help our patients restore their hand function, regardless of what caused the injury or condition. One of our more promising treatments is endoscopic carpal tunnel release. This minimally invasive surgical procedure is performed using thin surgical instruments that are placed through a small incision.
With this revolutionary procedure, our surgeons are able to open and release the carpal tunnel – thereby relieving the pressure on the median nerve – without disturbing the nearby tissues and blood vessels. This surgery provides patients many advantages, including reduced scarring, pain, and recovery time.
Request a Consultation with a Skilled Hand Surgeon
To schedule an appointment with one of our hand surgeons, call (330) 754-3188 or complete the form on this page.