Hand and Wrist Conditions

We at Proliance Surgeons Everett Bone & Joint are known for using innovative methods to treat our patient’s hand and wrist conditions. Below you’ll find a list of some of the hand and wrist problems our specialists treat.


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

A common condition that occurs when one of the major nerves in the hand is squeezed or compressed in the wrist.


De Quervain's Tenosynovitis

A swelling of the tendons that run along the side of the wrist where your thumb is attached to the base of the hand.


Dupuytren's Contracture

This is an abnormal thickening of the skin in the palm and base of your fingers which eventually causes one or more fingers to curl and pull sideways.


Ganglion Cyst

A lump appearing where the hand and wrist meet, occurring near the joints or tendons, and are often painful and cause loss of motion.


Hand Arthritis

Hand arthritis is when one more of the many joints becomes inflamed and if untreated can lead to loss of shape, limited motion, and pain.


Hand Fractures

This involves a break in one of the bones in the hand, including the small bones in the fingers or the longer bones within the palm.


Hand Lacerations

Also known as flexor tendon injuries, these usually occur from a cut on the palm side of your fingers, hand, wrist, or forearm.


Joint Dislocation

Also known as luxation, this occurs when a separation occurs in the joint where two or more bones meet.


Mallet Finger

Sometimes referred to as baseball finger, this occurs from an injury to the tendon that straightens the end joint of a finger or thumb.


Skiers Thumb

Also known as a sprained thumb, this often occurs when the ligaments within the thumb are stretched beyond their limits or torn.



Tendonitis is caused by inflammation in the tendon, causing swelling, pain, and discomfort.


Thumb Arthritis

Also called basal joint arthritis, it causes pain at the base of the thumb and is the second most common type of arthritis in the hand.


Trigger Finger

Also known as stenosing tenosynovitis, this condition causes pain, stiffness, and a locking sensation when you bend or straighten your finger.


A fracture in any of the ten bones in the wrist and is described in two categories: non-displaced breaks or displaced breaks.


Wrist Sprain

This condition develops when the ligaments supporting the wrist stretch beyond their limits or tear, such as bending or twisting intensely.

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