Princeton Orthopaedic Associates Blog Wrist, Forearm, & Hand

Princeton Orthopaedic Associates Blog Wrist, Forearm, & Hand

March 18, 2021
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 101: How to Prevent It, How to Treat It

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common ailment caused by pressure on the medial nerve that runs down the arm, through the wrist, and into the hand. The syndrome is named for the medial nerve’s passageway through the wrist. Carpal tunnel syndrome is often caused by repetitive motions done while the wrist is bent, such as […]

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June 23, 2020
Summertime Hand Injuries

As the weather becomes warmer, we all flee our winter hibernation and become significantly more physically active each year. As a result, emergency rooms and urgent care facilities see a considerable spike in the number of hand and wrist injuries between May and October. Injuries such as lacerations, fractures; dislocations; tendonitis, and infections are common […]

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April 13, 2020
Wrist Arthroscopy

Many patients are surprised when I recommend arthroscopic wrist surgery as a treatment for their chronic wrist pain or acute injury. Even patients who have previously had arthroscopic procedures on their shoulder or knee are not aware that wrist arthroscopy can be performed. Surgical arthroscopy or a “wrist scope” has been safely performed since the […]

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