Hand & Wrist Pain Treatment for alton, Maryville, swansea, & Surrounding Areas
Hand and wrist pain is incredibly common and creates a negative impact on your work life and day-to-day activities. This type of pain tends to get worse through age and repeated movements. We are experts in treating this type of pain — whether it be a result of injury or gradual tension – and we provide synergistic solutions to healing. We’ll work with you to discover the source of your pain and to develop a solution from immediate pain relief, to strengthening, to rebuilding.
We treat hand & wrist pain due to:
- Work and Sports Injuries
- Strains and Sprains
- Trapped Nerves
- Carpal Tunnel
- Swelling & Stiffness
- Popping or Crunching Noises
- Severe Pain
- Inability to Move Wrists or Fingers
- Aching Pain
- Numbness or Burning Sensation
hand & wrist Pain Treatment Options
At Interventional Pain Consultants, the solution to your hand and wrist pain will come from a combination of two or more of these treatment options. Our team will develop a custom treatment plan based on your level of pain, lifestyle, activity level, and other factors.
- Physical Therapy
- Bone Re-Stabilization
- Tendon or Ligament Repair
- Non-Opioid Pain Management
Start healing now!
End the Pain Treatment Cycle
At IPC, we always seek the permanent solution. We want to move you beyond traditional pain management and into actual healing. Our goal is to find the right combination of treatments that work best for you and your budget.
We will take care of you just like we’d take care of someone in our own family.
We want to get a full picture of what you’re going through and what treatments you’ve tried before. We’ll hear your concerns. Once we have a diagnosis, we’ll give you treatment options and a realistic idea of costs, so you can choose what will work best for you.
IPC is here to create pain management solutions customized for YOU!
Send us a message and let us know how we can help.
Scheduled for a procedure with us?
If you are currently taking blood thinning medications, consult with our office to determine if you need to stop your blood thinner prior to your procedure. Some procedures can be safely done with patients still taking their blood thinners.
If you are being treated for an infection with an antibiotic, we will likely postpone your procedure until you complete this medication.
If you are a diabetic and your morning blood sugar is above 200mg/dL, we will postpone your procedure if it involves steroids as this will increase your blood sugar. We will ask you to work with your diabetes physician to optimize blood sugar control prior to doing a steroid related injection.