Tag: hand pain

What is Radial Tunnel Syndrome?

Radial Tunnel Syndrome, also known as Radial Nerve Entrapment, is a condition that occurs when the radial nerve that runs beside the bones and muscle of the forearm and elbow becomes compressed. The increased pressure on the radial nerve can cause pain in the lateral aspect of the elbow, and… Read more »

What is De Quervain’s Tendinitis?

The hand and wrist are complex structures, and when the tendons, joints or muscles are affected, your activity level and quality of life can be compromised. Our hand surgeons offer care for a variety of hand and wrist conditions, including De Quervain’s tendinitis. What is De Quervain’s Tendinitis? De Quervain’s… Read more »

What is Vascular Disease of the Hand?

Although vascular diseases and disorders of the hand and upper-extremities are less common than vascular diseases and disorders of the lower extremities, they can be serious and have long-lasting health effects. Our Hand Center is fully equipped with the latest technology and a team of board-certified hand surgeons to diagnose… Read more »

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

At Rebound, our surgeons and therapists treat many common hand conditions, including carpal tunnel syndrome. Carpal tunnel syndrome is typically characterized by pain, stiffness and numbness in the hand and wrist. It can be brought on by a variety of different activities that involve repetitive use of the hands. What… Read more »