hand & wrist
The hand is a marvel. It has only 27 bones. Yet, it can pitch a baseball at 100 miles per hour, play an elegant Bach concerto on a piano and spread peanut butter and jelly across a slice of bread. Hands are critical to our daily lives. Yet, they also are prone to injury and disease.
Fortunately, Bon Secours Orthopaedic Institute has a lot of skill and experience in caring for the hand, fingers, wrist and arm. Our physicians regularly treat fractures, sprains, carpal tunnel syndrome and many other conditions. In some cases, rest and medicine can help a patient. Other times, surgery is the only answer.
Regardless of the situation, you can rest assured that our doctors are able to evaluate carefully each patient and recommend care that best fits his or her situation.