Our orthopedic specialists and surgeons take a proactive approach to your wrist injury. While we give preference to medication and physical therapy, we can also offer surgery as an option.*
At the NYSI, we are dedicated to providing our patients with high quality care and treatments. And we can incorporate all divisions of our institute when required.*
Under the leadership of our medical director, Alexandre B. de Moura, M.D. FAAOS., the NYSI has years of experience diagnosing and treating wrist injuries for thousands of patients.*
Communicating with our patients is our main priority. That’s why we have individuals on our team who speak a variety of languages including Spanish, French and German.
Wrist pain is extremely common, but if the pain continues, it can often be caused by a number of different factors. It could be because of:
While the wrist may seem small, it actually contains several bones, muscles, and tissues. To help diagnose your wrist injury, it’s important to have a comprehensive physical examination and to discuss your medical history.*
It’s also helpful to utilize an imaging test when diagnosing wrist pain. An X-ray can help diagnose a fracture or arthritis of the wrist. Or you may require an x-ray followed by a CT scan or MRI, especially when a fracture is not found in an X-ray.*
Our skilled team at the NYSI can help you in a number of ways with treating your wrist pain. These can include: