Hand and wrist care in Albany
Comprehensive surgical and non-surgical hand and wrist care
At OrthoNY, we are committed to providing exceptional quality, comprehensive and compassionate care for patients with conditions affecting the hand and wrist. As the premier provider of bone and joint health in the Capital and Saratoga regions, OrthoNY delivers state-of-the-art treatment with a focus on preserving and improving patient lifestyles.
At OrthoNY, we care about your hand and wrist health
We understand the debilitating effects that conditions affecting the hand and wrist can present to our patients. Our orthopaedic specialists are ready to help by providing:
- Relief from acute pain
- Non-surgical treatment
- Sprains, strains, dislocations, and fractures
- Minimally invasive surgical treatment
Our highly skilled orthopaedic surgeons and pain management specialists use the latest in minimally invasive and conventional surgical procedures together with non-surgical intervention. Doing this helps us to provide the best outcomes possible and ensure a rapid return to a normal and rewarding lifestyle.
Treating the whole patient
As a leading whole orthopaedic care provider, OrthoNY hand and wrist specialists consider each patient unique and work with them to understand their special needs and concerns. We treat the whole patient by getting to know them as we gather insights and information to help us select an appropriate course of treatment.
Irrespective of whether or not treatment requires surgery, as a comprehensive orthopaedic care provider, we work together as a team to address all patient needs. This team approach enables us to discuss, assess, diagnose and treat hand and wrist conditions with confidence and care.
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ (AAOS) website contains a vast amount of information relating to hand and wrist treatment. We have highlighted the relevant links below, or you can click the button here and go directly to the site.
The comprehensive procedures provided by our hand and wrist specialists and surgeons include:
Prescription and over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications
Injections of steroids or anti-inflammatory medications
Temporary Splinting/Casting to rest injuries
Physical or occupational therapy
Collagenase (Xiaflex) injection for Dupuytren’s Contracture
Wrist and hand fracture repair
Ligament and tendon repair
Microsurgical Repair of Nerve and blood vessel injuries
Carpal tunnel surgery: Endoscopic and Open Release
Trigger finger release
Ganglion cyst removal
Elbow Joint Replacement
Finger Joint Replacement
Finger Joint Fusions
Dupuytren’s Contracture Surgery
Correction of congenital abnormalities
Correction of disease caused abnormalities
Arthritic spur removal
Rheumatoid arthritis surgery
Wrist Fusions (partial/total)