Sports Injuries

Treatment for Hand, Wrist, and Elbow Sports Injuries

Whether you play sports for fun, exercise, or you are an athlete with professional-level skills and goals, injuries of the upper extremities can impact your life more than you might expect. Fortunately, Hand Surgeon Dr. Nicholas Fiore II, MD specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of sports injuries of the hand, wrist, an elbow.

COMMON INJURIES:

The strength and dexterity of the hand and wrist depends greatly upon an intricate system of bones, joints, tendons, muscles, nerves, and vessels all working together. Sports require an array of movements that could injure one or more of these components. Crushing, bending, pulling, twisting, straining, or simple repetitive motions can cause both minor and major injuries, which can require treatments ranging from splinting and medication to invasive surgery.

Some common sports injuries include tendonitis, wrist fractureshand fractures, finger jams, dislocated fingers, and ligament tears at the base of the thumb. These injuries can not only affect your game, but your ability to perform such simple tasks as making a fist, typing an email, fastening a button, holding a fork, or manipulating a key into a lock.

DIAGNOSIS:

Properly diagnosing and treating these sports injuries could not only restore hand function more quickly, but it could also prevent long-term issues.

Dr. Fiore specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of Sports Injuries of the Hand, Wrist, and Elbow. He is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and fellowship trained in hand and microsurgery. For more information on treatment options, or to schedule a consultation, call Fiore Hand and Wrist at (281) 970-8002.

We are conveniently located within driving distance of Cypress TX, Katy TX, Spring TX, Tomball TX, The Woodlands TX, and Houston TX.

For more information please visit Handcare.org.