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Vascular Disorders of the Hand and Wrist

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Vascular disorders of the hand and wrist occur when the blood supply to the hands or fingers becomes compromised, a condition known generally as vascular insufficiency.

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Wrist Pain: 5 Common Causes

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Is wrist pain affecting your work or your ability to participate in the activities you love?

The wrist joint is a complex structure, comprised of multiple bones, ligaments,...
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Prevent Wrist Injuries with These Easy Exercises

Wrist Injuries

Wrist injuries can be painful.

Your wrists take a constant beating, all day long. Whether you’re typing, driving, cooking dinner or playing sports, your wrists are in motio...
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Is Gamer’s Thumb a Real Hand Injury?

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Gamer’s thumb is a very real hand injury.

Sure, the condition may sound silly — who would believe you could suffer an injury playing video games?

In truth, video g...
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How Does a Hand Doctor Treat Trigger Finger?

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Can a hand doctor help with trigger finger?

If one of your fingers is locked in a bent position, or if you feel pain and a popping sensation when you straighten the digit, yo...
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Foot Arch Pain Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention

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In the foot, arch pain or strain can sideline you from exercise and participation in your favorite sports. If you work on your feet, this problem can make for long or missed wor...
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Forearm Fractures in Children

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Children are especially prone to forearm fractures. In fact, almost half of childhood fractures involve either the radius or ulna — the two bones of the forearm — or both. Continue Reading