Wrists and Hands

Wrists and Hands

Please select your most challenging symptom

  • Pain, tingling and/or pins and needles in the hand (carpal tunnel, cervical stenosis or neuropathy)
  • Pain, tingling and/or pins and needles in forearm and/or shoulder (carpal tunnel, cervical stenosis or neuropathy)
  • Pain, tingling and/or pins and needles in thumb, index or middle finger specifically (carpal tunnel)
  • Joint pain, stiffness, cracking, swelling or tenderness (arthritis or joint pain)
  • Joint deformity, bumps or bony outgrowths in fingers or toes (arthritis)
  • Severe sudden pain (sports injuries)
  • Loss of mobility, weakness and pain (joint pain, sports injuries and arthritis)
  • Radiating pain in arms and hands (neuropathy or carpal tunnel)
  • Pain occurring at night or while at rest (neuropathy)
  • Muscle weakness and resulting coordination problems (neuropathy)
  • Hypersensitivity or reduced sensation to touch (neuropathy)
  • Chronic widespread pain including in the wrists (Fibro)

Benefits of a vital scan:

Pain, tingling and/or pins and needles in the hand:

Any sort of pain or sensation in the hands can often be attributed to a few different commonly-treated conditions here at The Texas Pain Network – all of which have treatment options available to alleviate or significantly reduce your pain. Please review the pages below to see which most accurately describes your pain. And then give us a call to set up a consultation. We can help!

Pages: Carpal Tunnel, Cervical Stenosis, Neuropathy

Joint pain, stiffness, cracking, swelling or tenderness: When it comes to pain in or around your joints, arthritis and joint inflammation are usually to blame. But there are varying degrees of arthritis and joint pain doesn’t always mean chronic disease. Please review the pages below to see which most accurately describes your pain.

And then give us a call to set up a consultation. We can help!

Pages: Arthritis, Joint Pain

Loss of mobility, weakness and pain: Are weight-bearing activities suddenly challenging on your wrists? Are you experiencing discomfort or pain when moving your fingers across they keyboard? Or you just can’t manage to pry open that pickle jar? You could be challenged with joint inflammation or even activity-related injury from overuse.

Please review the pages below to see which most accurately describes your pain. And then give us a call to set up a consultation. We can help!

Pages: Arthritis, Joint Pain, Sports Injury

Radiating pain in arms and hands: Pain that radiates into your hands can often be caused from neck pain or nerve compromise. Please review the pages below to see which most accurately describes your pain and then give us a call to set up a consultation. We can help!

Pages: Neck Pain, Neuropathy, Carpal Tunnel

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