A good homemade meal can solve almost any issue. But while you're slicing and dicing in the kitchen, practice proper prevention methods to avoid certain hand or wrist injuries.
Our shoulders are one of the most versatile and complex joints in our body, allowing us to lift, throw, and reach for objects. This extraordinary range of mobility leaves this joint prone to injuries. This is especially true for teens and active adults who are physically active.
Are you struggling with Dupuytren's contracture, a condition that causes the fingers to bend towards the palm, making everyday tasks seem difficult or impossible? Fortunately, there are treatment options available for this troubling condition.
Have you been suffering from chronic pain in your thumb? If you answered yes, it could be arthritis of the thumb. Arthritis is a condition where the cartilage in your joints wears down due to prolonged use, causing inflammation, pain, and limited range of motion in your joints.
May is Arthritis Awareness Month! Did you know that millions of people are affected by arthritis each year, with the shoulder being one of the more commonly affected joints? Fortunately, there are treatment options available to those suffering from shoulder arthritis.
Have you experienced pain or numbness in your hand or wrist, especially after a long day of work? If you answered yes, then you may have carpal tunnel syndrome.
Did you know that your high-tech devices can cause hand pain? Cell phones, gaming controllers, computers, and tablets are all capable of causing injury to your hands and wrist. These injuries develop from repetitive overuse putting stress on the muscles, nerves, and ligaments in your hand.
Hand and wrist injuries are common among adolescents and children, especially with the popularity of contact sports like lacrosse, field hockey, and football. It is important for parents of children, teens and young adults to understand the most common potential wrist and hand injuries for your young athlete.