Hand / Wrist

Orthopedic Associates: Hand and Wrist Experts

Tailored treatments designed for maximum hand and wrist recovery

Hand and wrist pain can occur for many reasons. Leading causes of hand and wrist pain, stiffness and movement restriction can be arthritis, injury and repetitive movement from sports or work related activities.

Hand and Wrist Treatment and Surgery by experienced Orthopedic Surgeons

Our Board-Certified doctors at Orthopedic Associates of Oklahoma are expert in diagnosing and treating the full range of hand and wrist conditions. Our patients benefit from our orthopedic surgeons experience from initial treatment to throughout rehabilitation.

Contact us. Let our specialists discuss your problems and design the treatment that works best for you. 405-947-0911.

Below are just some of the hand and wrist injuries we treat and some of the hand and wrist surgeries we regularly perform.

Injuries of the hand

  • Amputations of the fingers and hand
  • Flexor and extensor tendon injuries
  • Fractures and dislocations of the hand and wrist
  • Microsurgical replantation and revascularization
  • Peripheral nerve injuries of the upper extremity
  • Wrist ligament injury and repair


  • Carpel tunnel syndrome
  • Chronic wrist pain
  • Congenital deformities of the hand in children
  • Dupuytrens disease
  • Ganglion cysts of the hand
  • Ganglion cysts of the wrist
  • Hand contracture
  • Hand pain
  • Hand stiffness
  • Nerve compression syndromes such as carpal tunnel syndromes
  • Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis of the hand
  • Thumb arthritis
  • Thumb pain
  • Trigger finger
  • Tumors of the hand
  • Ulnar Neuropathy

Surgical Procedures

  • Wrist repair fracture of radius (bone)/ulna
  • Arthroscopy of wrist, hand
  • Endoscopic Carpal Tunnel release
  • Incise finger tendon sheath
  • Carpal tunnel release
  • Repair fracture of the distal part of radius

Non-Surgical Procedures

  • Physical therapy
  • Injections
  • Botulinum toxin injections
  • Xiaflex® injections (collagenase)