What Conditions Do We Treat?
- Thumb Osteoarthritis occurs in the carpometacarpal (thumb) joint. This condition is very common and can cause significant pain.
- Finger Fractures occur commonly through trauma. Treatment of your injury will depend on the location and type of fracture sustained.
- Mallet Finger is caused by the rupture of the extensor tendon and will prevent the finger tip from straightening.
- Volar Plate Injury occurs when the joint in the finger is hyperextended (bent backwards) causing the volar plate ligament to tear.
- Central Slip Injury occurs when there is a rupture of the central slip of the extensor mechanism in the finger.
- Distal Radial Fractures also known as Colles’ or Smith’s fracture are often associated with shortening of the radius (one of the forearm bones) and result in malalignment, pain and dysfunction in your wrist.
- Lateral Epicondylitis commonly known as “tennis elbow” is inflammation of the tendon that extends the wrist.
- Rotator Cuff Tear occurs in the group of four muscles that stabilise the shoulder joint. Tears to the supraspinatus muscle are common and may require surgical repair and subsequent rehabilitation.