OrthoColorado Hospital offers the most advanced hand and wrist care.
OrthoColorado Hospital offers specialized care to maintain the function and integrity of the muscles, joints, bones, ligaments and tendons that make up the hand and wrist. Whether you suffer from arthritis, injuries or deformities, hand and wrist surgery requires specialized treatment from an orthopedic surgeon with specialized training.
Expertise to Treat the Toughest Hand and Wrist Conditions
OrthoColorado’s hand and wrist specialists are highly regarded for their surgical expertise. Our board-certified orthopedic subspecialists are leaders in hand and wrist care and have completed extensive training to treat the most complex cases. From fracture care to complex reconstruction of small joint injuries to total wrist replacements, our surgeons are well versed in more than 400 hand and wrist procedures.
Turn to our hand and wrist experts, if you are experiencing:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- DeQuervain’s tenosynovitas
- Dupuytrens contractures
- Ganglion cysts
- Nerve injuries
- Overuse disorders
- Tendon problems
- Trigger finger
A Dedicated Team of Hand and Wrist Specialists
At OrthoColorado Hospital, orthopedics is all we do. When you have that level of focus, volume and expertise, it translates into the best care possible. However, we take it another step further. Our doctors specialize within orthopedics. This means that when you choose an OrthoColorado Hospital hand and wrist surgeon, you are choosing a doctor skilled in the most advanced surgical techniques involving the hand and wrist.
Our team also provides trauma care at St. Anthony Hospital – a Level I Trauma Center where the most severely injured patients from throughout the Rocky Mountain Region are taken for treatment. Once these patients are stabilized, OrthoColorado Hospital serves as the trauma referral center for follow-up orthopedic care and surgery.
State-of-the-Art Techniques for Hand and Wrist Surgery
At OrthoColorado Hospital, our hand and wrist surgeons use state-of-the-art surgical techniques to repair a range of problems of the hand, wrist and forearm. Whenever possible, our surgeons offer minimally invasive procedures, which can reduce pain and recovery time. Whether you need joint restoration, an implant, fusion or correction, your doctor will work with you to determine the best treatment for your specific injury or condition.
Some of the most frequent procedures sought by patients at OrthoColorado Hospital include:
- Carpal Tunnel Surgery
- Fracture Surgery
- Revision Surgery
- Trigger Finger Release
- Wrist Arthroscopy
- Wrist Replacement