Hand & Wrist Injuries
OrthoASAP offers walk-in orthopedic care, powered by the awarded team at Active Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Monday – Friday 8am – 6pm. Whether it’s an injury around the house, on the field, or that nagging pain that just won’t go away, OrthoASAP can diagnose and treat these injuries to get you back to an active and healthy lifestyle.
If you have any questions, or are unsure if your conditions or injury can be treated by OrthoASAP or Active Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, please call us immediately at:
Background & How We Help:
The hand and wrist are made up of several bones, tendons, nerves and muscles that work together to help us grasp objects and perform many daily functions. Pain in the hand or wrist can have many causes. In some instances, the cause of pain can simply be overuse. In other instances, hand and wrist pain can be caused by an injury to the ligaments, bones or tendons due to a sudden impact or fall onto the hand.
When hand and wrist pain does not subside and persists for more than a few days, the key is to find out the underlying cause of the pain, make an accurate diagnosis and start the right treatment plan.
OrthoASAP is powered by the award winning team at Active Orthopedics and Sports Medicine. Our Orthopedic Specialists are experts in diagnosing and treating hand and wrist pain. Our goal is to make sure you are seen by the right specialist, right away, so that you can get back to living your life ASAP.
Common hand and wrist conditions that can be seen at OrthoASAP include:
- Hand or Wrist Pain or Soreness
- Sprains or Strains
- Hand, Finger or Wrist Fractures
- Finger Dislocations
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Trigger Finger Syndrome
- Cysts in the Palm or Wrist
- Ligament or Tendon Injuries
If you have hand or wrist pain, OrthoASAP can save you time and money compared to an ER or General Urgent Care. At OrthoASAP, you can walk into our offices in Emerson or Hackensack and be seen by an Orthopedic Specialist immediately. We accept most insurance plans and no appointment is required so that you can be seen on your schedule.
If you have any questions, or are unsure if your conditions or injury should be treated by OrthoASAP or Active Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, please call us immediately at (844)-228-4836.