- Distal Radius Fracture is a fracture that occurs in the big bone (radius) of the wrist.
- Scaphoid Fractures is the second most common wrist fracture.
- Metacarpal Fractures are also known as hand fractures.
- Phalanx Fractures are also known as finger fractures occurring at the proximal, middle, or distal phalanx.
- Tenderness or Pain
- Deformity or Reduction in Length
- Reduce Movement or Range of Motion
- Casts, Splints, or Braces are used to set the fracture and allow the bone(s) to heal.
- Surgery may be required depending on the type of fracture and affected bones.
**Listed above are the the most common fractures of the wrist, hand, and fingers. Please contact our office, for a complete list of treatments and services offered, at 844-919-4263.**