When pain in your hands, wrists or forearms makes it difficult to do normal activities like dressing, bathing or preparing a meal,
Glendale Adventist Medical Center can help. GAMC's skilled, experienced hand surgeons offer different treatment options to help you get back to your daily activities without pain.
Conditions & Treatments
The intricate design of bones, joints, muscles and nerves of the
hands, wrists and forearms gives us a wide
range of movement, strength and coordination.
The hand specialists at GAMC are highly skilled in treating the complex anatomy of the upper extremities and offer surgical as well as non-surgical treatment options for a variety of conditions and injuries, including:
Common hand conditions, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, ganglion cysts, trigger finger, arthritis and much more.
Common hand injuries, such as broken bones/fractures, nerve injuries, tendon injuries, burns, lacerations, wounds and more.
Procedures and treatments at GAMC include:
Joint replacement and arthroscopy.
Plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Non-operative treatment, including pain management, hand therapy, splinting and steroid injections.
Patients at GAMC benefit from the collaboration between hand, orthopedic, plastic and vascular surgeons as well as occupational and physical therapists who specialize in treating the upper extremities.
To learn more about hand treatment at GAMC, watch the video below featuring Murtaza Rizvi, MD, hand surgeon:
For a referral to a GAMC hand surgeon, call (818) 409-8100.