Dr. Mark E. Pruzansky
Dr. Jason S. Pruzansky
975 Park Avenue New York, NY 10028

Hand Treatments

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Are You Experiencing Chronic Hand Pain or Have You Injured Your Hand?

If you are suffering from debilitating chronic hand pain, an old injury that’s getting worse, or a recent accident, it’s important to see a specialist. At HandSport Surgery Institute, we know that issues of the hand can disrupt your daily activities, reduce your dexterity, or even worse, keep you from working and exercising. Please continue reading to learn about the hand treatments we provide after proper diagnosis. Hand surgery is always our last option.

We use our hands every day, after all, they are a primary source of one of the main five senses – touch. Sensations of pressure allow us to properly grip a hammer or type on the keyboard. Many common activities wouldn’t be possible without our hands and that often leaves them susceptible to injuries. Over time, repetitive movements can cause chronic pain to develop. Blunt force trauma or a sudden acute injury to your hand can happen as the result of an accident, limiting the function and use of your hands. There are a number of reasons why you could be experiencing hand pain, with many underlying conditions that may be causing your current symptoms.

The best way to determine the exact cause of your hand pain is to start with a full diagnosis from an orthopedic hand specialist at HandSport Surgery Institute before considering any treatment options for your hand. Dr. Mark Pruzansky and Dr. Jason Pruzansky have experience providing successful outcomes treating both common conditions and complex injuries of the hands. With over 40 years of combined experience, Dr. Mark Pruzansky and Dr. Jason Pruzansky have consistently been named top hand surgeons as a result of their record for successful restoration of comfort and functionality.

Hand Treatments Provided by HandSport Surgery Institute

Hand treatments performed by Dr. Mark Pruzansky and Dr. Jason Pruzansky start with a thorough diagnosis and care plan. These can include both surgical and nonsurgical options, such as:

Nonsurgical treatments:

  • Physical therapy
  • Ergonomic training
  • Sport technique education
  • Splinting
  • Anti-inflammatory medication
  • Cortisone injection

Surgical Treatments:

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Contact us for More Information About the Hand Treatments Available to You.

If you have any questions or concerns about your hand – don’t wait. The functionality of your hand can be greatly diminished by allowing hand conditions or injuries go untreated. Make sure you are seen by a professional and contact us.