Our orthopedic program offers procedures and treatments for a wide range of injuries to the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand. With our top tier diagnostic and testing opportunities paired with our expert providers, you’ll be back to your normal health in no time.

Conditions you may be experiencing:


Shoulder

  • Adhesive capsulitis (“frozen shoulder,” stiffness and pain in the shoulder)
  • Calcific tendonitis of the shoulder (calcium deposits that cause inflammation)
  • Clavicle (collarbone) fracture (broken bone)
  • Dislocated shoulder (joint injury that forces bones from their normal positions)
  • Floating shoulder (condition caused when the collarbone and shoulder blade are broken, causing the shoulder to pull out of place)
  • Labral tear in the shoulder (tear in the rubbery tissue that helps keep the ball of the shoulder in place)
  • Pitcher’s shoulder (a form of rotator cuff injury)
  • Rotator cuff injury (injury or inflammation of the rotator cuff tendons in the shoulder
  • Shoulder sprain (wrenching or twisting of ligaments, short bands of tissue connecting bones or cartilage or holding together a joint)

Elbow

  • Dislocated elbow (joint injury that forces bones from their normal positions)
  • Elbow fracture (broken bone)
  • Elbow sprain (wrenching or twisting of ligaments, short bands of tissue connecting bones or cartilage or holding together a joint)
  • Forearm fracture (broken bone)
  • Golfer’s elbow (condition that causes pain where forearm tendons attach to the bony bump on the inside of the elbow)
  • Little League elbow (inflammation of the growth plate inside the elbow)
  • Osteoarthritis (“wear and tear” elbow arthritis)
  • Tennis elbow (condition that causes pain where forearm tendons attach to the outside of the elbow)
  • Ulnar nerve entrapment at elbow (constricted arm nerve)

Wrist

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome (pressure on the nerve that controls the thumb and first three fingers)
  • Dislocated wrist (joint injury that forces bones from their normal positions)
  • Wrist fracture (broken bone)
  • Wrist sprain (wrenching or twisting of ligaments, short bands of tissue connecting bones or cartilage or holding together a joint)

Hand

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome (pressure on the nerve that controls the thumb and first three fingers)
  • Dislocated finger (joint injury that forces bones from their normal positions)
  • Finger fracture (broken bone)
  • Finger sprain (wrenching or twisting of ligaments, short bands of tissue connecting bones or cartilage or holding together a joint)
  • Hand injury or trauma
  • Jersey finger (tear in a flexor tendon near the end of a finger; prevents bending of the joint)
  • Mallet finger or baseball finger (finger extensor tendon injury that prevents straightening of the joint)
  • Trigger finger (causes a finger to snap or lock when straightening or bending)

Make an Appointment

Call (816) 751-3000 for a physician referral or to schedule an appointment with one of our specialists.