|Carpal tunnel syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome, or CTS (C-T-S), is a common problem that affects the hand and wrist, which may be linked to job tasks that require repetitive use of the hands, such as typing.
|Computer-related repetitive strain injury
Repetitive strain injuries, or RSI (R-S-I), occur from repeated physical movements, causing damage to tendons, nerves, muscles, and other soft body tissues.
|Emergency treatment of hand injuries
No other part of the human body requires more daily demands or encounters the potential for injury than your hands, which are essential for protection, balance, and prevention of serious falls.
|Endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that occurs when there is too much pressure on the median nerve, which supplies sensation to your thumb, index finger, middle finger, and half of your ring finger.
Ganglion (GANG-lee-on) cysts are the most common type of soft tissue mass that form under your skin. Most commonly, ganglions are seen on the backside of the wrist and fingers, but they can also develop on your shoulder, elbow, and knee.
The shoulder is a complex ball and socket joint that relies on muscles and tendons to function, and therefore is subject to many different types of injuries.
What most people call the shoulder is actually several joints that combine with tendons and muscles to allow a wide range of motion to the arm from scratching your back to throwing the perfect pitch.