The Hand Center’s surgeons have pioneered advanced surgical techniques, for patients who want to maximize function, minimize pain in their hand and wrist.

Your hand is complex and made up muscles, tendons and nerves anchored to 27 bones and 15 joints.

Injuries to your hand, that harm the incredible mobility and function, can be life-changing.

We provide patients with the potential for maximum recovery. We work tirelessly to increase range of motion and flexibility, increase strength and function, manage acute and chronic pain, promote healing, surgical repair, and wound desensitization and continue therapy treatment plan at home.

From reconstruction, transplants, minimally-invasive options and more, we offer expert diagnosis of hand injuries, chronic conditions and degenerative diseases related to the hand and wrist.

There is no surgery we can’t provide from sports-grade hand therapy to the most advanced surgical procedures
There is the most cutting edge surgical care for hand, finger and wrist injuries of all types.

Hand Center surgeons are specialists in acute injury treatment such as traumatic sports and workplace injuries. Our hand surgeons offer a range of services from manage complex microscopic nerve repairs, tendon transfers, hand/finger reattachments and transplants.

We are skilled team to serve you and your hand. Your bones are active living structural components which always needed to be treated with care. If the bone is not set properly or if other damage is left undiagnosed, you risk compromising the future integrity of the bone and its function. Setting the bone, immobilization, and therapy are all important steps in this process.

Hand Center Therapy rehabilitation facilities offer expert care for hand, finger and wrist injuries of all types. Rehabilitation is critical to complete healing from hand injuries and surgical procedures.

Improve mobility or feel better with our services.

We understand the musculoskeletal system and anatomy at the highest level.

The elbow is one of the most critical and active joints in the human body.

Tendonitis, fractures, dislocations, infection and arthritis represent the most common injuries and ailments in this part of the body.

They come from complex traumas from sports injuries, work accidents and osteoporosis challenges. Our experienced elbow specialists and therapists treat all of these routinely and have the experience needed for accurate diagnosis of elbow injuries, conditions and degenerative disease complications.

There are many things can cause elbow pain and reduce mobility. Tendinitis which is an inflammation or injury to the tendons that anchor to bone at the elbow. Generally, tendinitis is a sports related injury often experienced by golfers and tennis players. Other causes of elbow injury include strains, dislocations, sprains, arthritis and bursitis which can be fixed by our team.

Our elbow experts manage chronic conditions associated with arthritis, tendinitis and bursitis as well as complex surgeries like joint replacement. Rehabilitation is critical to complete healing from elbow injuries to get you back into the game or you feeling better.

The shoulder is a very sensitive area of the body and at risk for many injuries, these include: arthritis, nerve damage, rotator cuff injuries, shoulder fractures and dislocations.

From it’s range of motion it is no surprise these injuries happen. Therapy can play a dramatic role for many shoulder injuries, no matter who you are, and arthroscopic surgery provides new minimally invasive options for relief.

Advanced surgery, joint replacements and tendon transplants represent some of the shoulder repairs we do that save lives.

We help anyone increase range of motion and flexibility, increase strength and function, manage acute and chronic pain, promote healing, surgical repair, and wound desensitization, continue therapy treatment plan at home.

For professional and amateur athletes and active enthusiasts, we are proud to offer total care for the complete range of sports-related shoulder injuries.
Rehabilitation is critical to complete healing from hand injuries and surgical procedures.