Helping You Regain Hand Strength after an Injury

Ascension Sacred Heart orthopedic-trained hand surgeons and therapists specialize in hand and wrist injuries and hand weakness and pain.

Specializing in Hand and Wrist Injuries

Your wrists, hands and fingers are valuable tools because they help you perform essential tasks. From physical therapy to surgery, we pinpoint a treatment that brings you relief.

Our hand and wrist surgeons [Drs. Raymond Noellert and David Fiedler] treat injuries and disorders of the elbow, forearm, wrist and hand, and shoulder. They take into consideration the unique characteristics of your occupational or recreational needs and provide a treatment plan that allows you to return to your daily work and leisure activities. They have advanced skills and experience in treatment:  They also repair blood vessels and perform skin grafts when needed.

Our work with hands and upper extremities includes, but is not limited to:

  • Fractures and dislocations
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tendon injuries
  • Crush injuries
  • Birth defects and congenital disorders
  • Neuropathy 
  • Physical and occupational therapy
  • Sports medicine
  • Custom splinting
  • Workers compensation injuries
  • Hand trauma
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome
  • Arthritis Hand reconstruction
  • Trigger finger/thumb
  • DeQuervain's disease
  • Poor circulation
  • Tennis elbow

They also repair blood vessels and perform skin grafts when needed. Ascension Medical Group Sacred Heart Hand Center is proud to offer a team approach for treating all hand and wrist problems.

The certified hand therapists at Ascension Medical Group Sacred Heart Hand Center can provide therapeutic solutions to treat your hand injury or disease as an opportunity to sometimes avoid the need for surgery. We also provide the hand therapy necessary to assist in recovery from hand surgery when that is necessary. Our licensed hand therapists help our patients recuperate quickly and provide the knowledge to help each patient recover maximal use of their hand and wrist with measurable results.

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