Specialized Hand & Wrist Care

Offering the Area’s Most Advanced Hand & Wrist Care

It takes a lot of “moving parts” (bones, ligaments, tendons, and joints) to keep your hands and wrists in good working order. And since we use our hands for so many things—working, playing, tending to virtually all our needs—both our hands and wrists are susceptible to injuries.

At OrthoUnited, we offer a wide range of therapeutic and surgical options to relieve your pain and help restore hand and wrist function. Trust our talented specialists to provide the comprehensive care you need in a friendly, clean, and technologically-advanced facility. You won’t find better hand and wrist treatment in the area!

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Common & Complex Hand & Wrist Conditions

Whether you’re struggling with a common condition like carpal tunnel, or a more complicated condition that requires extensive treatment, our surgeons have made a name for themselves as the most talented in the area.

  • Degenerative conditions such as osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis
  • Cumulative 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, and spinal cord injury
  • Trauma injuries such as burns, flexor and extensor tendon injuries, or hand nerve injuries
  • Wrist fractures or hand dislocations

Cutting-Edge Hand & Wrist Treatment Methods

At OrthoUnited, we offer a wide range of therapeutic options to relieve your pain and help restore hand and wrist function. Depending on the severity of your condition, there are minimally-invasive surgical options that may be considered, such as:

  • Carpal tunnel release
  • Trigger finger surgery
  • Thumb joint reconstruction for arthritis
  • Ganglion cyst removal
  • Removal or fusing of bones
  • Surgery for severe bone breaks
  • Surgery to repair a ruptured tendon or ligament

If more intensive surgery is required, you can rest assured that our specialists can formulate the right treatment to get you back to your best.

Meet Our Hand & Wrist Doctors

Our Patients Say It Best

“I have seen 3 different orthopedics and had physical therapy, MRI’s and surgical procedures done at OrthoUnited, along with a few visits to their Express Care side. All physicians and staff have been courteous, understanding, knowledgeable and taken great care of me!”
-Heather F.S.
“Three surgeries for trigger fingers by Dr. Richterman. He does a great job from start to finish. I have been a patient at OrthoUnited for years. From back pain to a broken ankle. Everyone there is wonderful. I would never go anywhere else.”
“My experience at OrthoUnited was a positive one. Dr Eschbaugh was very welcoming and informative in diagnosing my condition and providing the best treatment for me. The staff was very welcoming as well.”
-Michelle B.
“So far so good!! Finally woke up today with no shoulder pain!! A Great shout to Dr. Eshbaugh and his staff!!! Thank You!!!”
-Danny C.
“I had the most pleasant experience at OrthoUnited, the staff are very caring & knowledgeable.”
“I am very thankful that I made the right choice to go to OrthoUnited. The staff was very friendly and helpful and the Orthopedic doctor was excellent and extremely informative in helping me get back to a normal life without pain. Now I have peace of mind knowing that there is an awesome Orthopedics practice to go to. Thank you again.”
-Sam M.

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