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Hand, Wrist & Shoulder

We understand how vital it is to have healthy and pain-free hands, wrists, and shoulders at Surya Hospital Orthopaedics Facility. Our highly skilled orthopaedic specialists are committed to providing comprehensive care for a variety of disorders affecting these critical sections of your body. Our medical staff is here to help you regain function, relieve pain, and enhance your overall quality of life if you are experiencing discomfort, limited movement, or injuries in your hands, wrists, or shoulders.

Your journey to pain-free living starts here—where clarity meets solutions for common hand, wrist, and shoulder concerns.

What are hand, wrist and shoulder problems?

Issues with the hands, wrists, and shoulders include a variety of ailments that can affect the complex structure of the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and muscles in these upper limbs. Common problems include shoulder impingement, which causes discomfort and inflammation in the shoulder joint; carpal tunnel syndrome, which is a compression of the median nerve in the wrist that results in pain and numbness; and several types of arthritis that affect the hand, wrist, and shoulder joints. Fractures, rotator cuff tears, and tendinitis are other common issues. Repetitive motions, misuse, trauma, or ageing-related changes can all lead to these issues. In order to relieve pain, restore function, and improve upper limb health overall, diagnosing and treating these disorders may need a mix of physical examinations, imaging studies, and individualized treatment plans. 

Conditions that affect hand, wrist and shoulder

 How do we diagnose you?

When it comes to precisely determining the underlying problems and creating successful treatment programs, diagnostic tests are essential for disorders affecting the hands, wrists, and shoulders. Typical diagnostic examinations consist of:


The exact ailment and its severity determine the course of treatment for illnesses of the hands, wrists, and shoulders. The following are common methods for treating these conditions:

Frequently Asked Questions

What are typical therapies for problems with the hands, wrists, and shoulders?

Depending on the disorder and its severity, treatments may include rest, physical therapy, medication, splints, surgery, and changes to one's lifestyle.

Can these disorders be helped by physical therapy?

Indeed, physical therapy is frequently advised to enhance function, strength, and range of motion in the afflicted hand, wrist, or shoulder.

Do doctors often prescribe drugs to treat pain and inflammation?

Yes, doctors may prescribe drugs to treat pain and inflammation, such as anti-inflammatories, painkillers, or corticosteroid injections.

When is surgery considered for these problems?

Severe fractures, rotator cuff tears, and advanced arthritis that is not improving with conservative measures may all be candidates for surgery.

How crucial is early treatment for issues relating to the hands, wrists, and shoulders?

Earlier intervention is necessary for efficient administration. Prompt intervention can avert the deterioration of ailments and foster superior results.

Still have questions?

It is good to be curious when it comes to your health, but, it is equally important to put your curiosity to rest by seeking expert opinion. Have more questions related to your health?

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