Unless you’re a soccer player, and not the goalie, there’s scarcely a minute in the day when you don’t use your hands. Your wrists and elbows are also vital parts of your anatomy, especially in a time when using everything from laptops and smart phones to touch screens depends on fluid use of your fingers and wrists. If you play golf or racquet sports, you may suffer from tendonitis, a condition that results from chronic overuse of the hand and wrist. Other common hand and wrist injuries are fractures from falls and joint injuries, especially of the thumb. The physicians at Methodist Sports Medicine are eager to put pain-free living back within your reach with:

  • Surgery by fellowship-trained surgeons
  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation, also known as physiatry
  • A combination of therapies


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