COVID-19 Update

Wisconsin Bone and Joint is committed to developing a protocol to help stop the spread of the virus within our office.

Effective 3/16/2020, we will remain open to provide care for urgent and post-operative patients.  If you have a non-urgent or elective issue we will be calling to reschedule your appointment.

The health and wellbeing of our patients and staff are very important.  If you or someone you know are experiencing symptoms of fever, dry cough, or shortness of breath, or you think you may have been exposed to COVID-19, please call to cancel your appointment.

This is an evolving situation, please check back often for updates.

Thank you,

Wisconsin Bone and Joint, S.C.

Hand and Wrist Surgery

The human hand itself is very complex and delicate in structure. Hand surgery requires a completely different surgical approach from a qualified hand and wrist surgeon whether treating fractures, arthritis or deformities.

Hand surgery traditionally includes treatment of the entire hand, wrist and forearm. Again, this whole region works as a single unit, and the dysfunction of a single part needs consideration of the whole.

An additional year of training is required for those orthopaedic surgeons seeking certification in hand and wrist surgery.

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Tips for Healthy Hands

People use their hands and wrists for the bulk of their activities during the day; mostly, without ever stopping to think about it.

But sufferers of arthritis trigger finger, carpal tunnel syndrome, or other ailments that can affect the hand and wrist, realize just how important they are to everyday tasks.

The wrist and hand are one of the most intricate yet vulnerable areas to injure in the body.

But by taking the time to understand a few basic preventative procedures, people will be able to keep the wrist and hand in good shape and avoid having to see an orthopedic hand specialist or hand and wrist surgeon altogether.