Wrist

wrist-pain-injuryOur wrists are comprised of dozens of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles that seamlessly work together in a variety of different positions to allow our hands to function properly. The frequency in which we use our wrists to perform routine tasks makes them prone to injuries, dislocations, and fractures. Common wrist problems that can adversely affect your lifestyle range from tendonitis, arthritis, and carpal tunnel syndrome to ligament injuries and instabilities, pediatric and congenital conditions, and conditions resulting from stroke and cerebral palsy.

Our wrist specialist at Orthopedics New England is highly skilled in providing compassionate, expert care and treatment for wrist injuries and conditions. This care includes both conservative and minimally invasive surgical procedures intended to restore your maximum function.

If you are experiencing a wrist injury, an Orthopedics New England specialist will help you regain your strength, flexibility, and function so that you can return to your desired activities.

The following Orthopedics New England physician specializes in wrist care:
Jason C. Saillant, M.D.