Orthopaedics Menu Orthopaedics Hand & Wrist Hand Arthritis Hand Pain Hand & Wrist Treatments Hand & Wrist Surgical Options Non-Surgical Hand & Wrist Treatment Hand & Wrist Pain Treatment Options Hand & Wrist - FAQs Wrist Pain Hand & Wrist Pain? We Can Help. If you are struggling with hand or wrist pain, St. Elizabeth Healthcare offers personalized, comprehensive orthopaedic care. From diagnostic testing to treatment and rehabilitation therapy services, we’ll be with you every step of the way. Our experts are here to help you regain functionality and get you back to your best self. Relieve hand or wrist pain without surgery We know that hand or wrist pain can directly affect your activity level and quality of life. The St. Elizabeth Healthcare Orthopaedic team provides comprehensive treatment and physical therapy to get you back on your feet. Learn more about our non-surgical orthopaedic doctors or physical therapy team and explore your care options. Is it time for hand or wrist surgery? If your hand or wrist pain is preventing you from enjoying simple daily activities, it is time to learn more about our hand or wrist surgery options. From minimally invasive surgery to thumb replacement surgery, our orthopaedic team provides advanced surgical options. Learn more about our affiliated surgical orthopaedic doctors and explore your care options. Meet our Non-Surgical Orthopaedic Doctors › Meet our Surgical Orthopaedic Doctors › Meet our Physical Therapy Team › Common Hand or Wrist Conditions Arthritis Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Cubital Tunnel Syndrome Fractures Tendinitis Duputryen’s Contracture Sprains Ligament damage Trigger Finger Surgical options for the hand or wrist Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery Dupuytren’s Contracture Surgery Stablyx Thumb Replacement Surgery Trigger Finger Release Wrist Fusion Non-surgical options for the hand or wrist Hand therapy Anti-inflammatory medications Injections Bracing Our orthopaedic team and facilities St. Elizabeth brings together a multidisciplinary team of surgeons, primary care doctors and other orthopaedic healthcare providers to ensure you receive the best orthopaedic care available. In addition, the St. Elizabeth Total Joint Center offers 36 private patient suites for inpatient care, a spacious rehabilitation area and a classroom for patient and family education. You’ve got questions — St. Elizabeth has answers What is the difference between Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy and Hand Therapy? What types of diagnoses and injuries does a Hand Therapist treat? What types of treatments might be performed in Hand Therapy? We know you have questions – and we have the answers. Start in our FAQ section. Contact Us Is your hand or wrist pain bothering you? Schedule an appointment with our Sports Medicine physicians for a treatment plan tailored to you. Call (859) 212-5600 to make an appointment. If surgery is necessary, our physicians can provide a referral to one of our affiliated orthopaedic surgeons. For more information on surgical options, please contact us at email@example.com.