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Do you suffer from persistent wrist pain? We can help. Our medical professionals will diagnose the underlying causes of your wrist pain and offer effective treatments to relieve your discomfort. We develop individualized treatment plans that are customized to meet your unique needs.
- Joint Osteoarthritis
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- Neuropathic Pain
- Tendon Sheath Injections
- PRP Injections
- Stem Cell Therapy
- Intra Joint, Intra-Articular Injections
- Physical Therapy
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The wrists are crucial joints that connect the forearms to the hands, enabling essential daily functions like writing, eating, drinking, and driving. Overuse or injuries can cause pain and limited mobility, affecting daily life. Fortunately, medical professionals specialize in treating wrist pain and can help restore the function and strength of these important joints.
How Do I Know If My Wrist Pain Is Serious?
Determining whether wrist pain is serious or not depends on the underlying cause and severity. While some cases of wrist pain may resolve on their own, it’s crucial to seek medical attention for more severe symptoms. Consider consulting a medical professional if you experience:
- Recent wrist trauma
- Inability to rotate or grip objects with the wrist
- Wounds on the wrist
- Severe and persistent pain
- Pain that doesn’t improve with treatment
- Pain that lasts longer than two weeks
- Swelling, warmth, and redness in the wrist
- Visible deformities in the wrist joint.
What Can Cause Wrist Pain Without Injury?
Wrist pain can arise from a range of causes, not just from an injury. It can also develop gradually over time or be linked to an underlying medical condition. Some possible causes of wrist pain include:
- Repetitive stress
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Ganglion cysts
- Kienbock’s disease
Why Do My Wrists Hurt So Much?
Wrist pain can be caused by a variety of factors, ranging from soft tissue injuries to degenerative conditions. Some potential causes of wrist pain include:
- Wrist sprain: stretching of the ligaments in the wrist beyond their normal limits, typically caused by a fall or similar injury
- Wrist tendonitis: inflammation of the tendons in the wrist, causing dull, achy pain and stiffness
- Wrist tenosynovitis: inflammation of the tendon sheaths in the wrist, which can cause similar symptoms to tendonitis
- Carpal tunnel syndrome: caused by nerve dysfunction in the wrist, leading to pain, tenderness, and limited motion
- Wrist fracture: a common injury, particularly among those with osteoporosis
- Arthritis: several types of arthritis can affect the wrist, including rheumatoid arthritis, gout arthritis, osteoarthritis, and septic bacterial arthritis
- Ganglion cyst: a benign, fluid-filled capsule that can cause swelling and pain along any tendon sheath in the wrist
- Cubital tunnel syndrome: caused by compression of the ulnar nerve
- Carpal boss: a firm bump caused by osteoarthritis at the junction of the wrist bones.
How can I relieve wrist pain?
Wrist pain can be relieved through various methods, including at-home remedies and medical treatments. Home remedies may include gentle stretching and strengthening exercises, hot and cold therapy, and over-the-counter pain relievers. If these methods fail to alleviate the pain, it’s important to seek medical attention from a healthcare professional. They may prescribe physical therapy or other pain-relieving treatments to help improve your wrist pain.
At our clinic, our caring and experienced professionals specialize in treating wrist pain using a range of therapies. We have convenient locations in Bradenton, FL; Dunedin, FL; Englewood, FL; Port Charlotte, FL; Sarasota, FL; and Venice, FL to better serve our patients. We look forward to helping you find relief from wrist pain. We serve patients from Bradenton FL, Sarasota FL, Palmetto FL, Laurel FL, Venice FL, Englewood FL, St. Petersburg FL, Memphis FL, Dunedin FL, Cortez FL, and Port Charlotte, FL.