Surgical Treatment of the Hand, Wrist, Elbow and Shoulder

 

Nicholas E. Crosby, M.D. of the Indiana Hand to Shoulder CenterSurgery is often the best option to effectively treat your hand, wrist, elbow, or shoulder problem. The surgeons at the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center have a wealth of knowledge and experience necessary to recommend and perform the appropriate surgery for each patient. In fact, our surgeons are innovators and recognized internationally for their surgical expertise.

As pioneers in orthopedic surgery, they have developed prosthetic devices, surgical techniques, and surgical instruments that are used around the world. They are trained and experienced in performing the most advanced techniques and using the latest technology. For example, new technology and techniques associated with joint replacement or reconstruction surgery can help patients recover more quickly from surgery and regain more of their normal function.

Our goal is to help our patients relieve their pain and regain function of their hand, wrist, elbow, or shoulder. We will always explore conservative treatment first and will consider surgery only if necessary.

 

Common Surgical Procedures We Perform

 

  • Joint replacement
  • Joint repair and reconstruction
  • Replantation of fingers, hands, and arms
  • Reconstruction of fingers and thumbs
  • Revascularization
  • Bone transplantation
  • Ilizarov bone lengthening
  • Free tissue and muscle transfers
  • Burn treatment
  • Nerve repair
  • Tendon/ligament reconstruction and repair
  • Compound fracture repair
  • Soft tissue repair and reconstruction
  • Cyst removal

 

Nonsurgical Treatment of the hand, wrist elbow and shoulder

 

Hand to Shoulder Therapy Center in IndianapolisBe assured that our medical team will always consider nonsurgical treatment first. It is only after your injury or disorder does not improve that we look at other options, including surgery. Our goal is to treat your problem in the least invasive manner in order to help relieve your pain and enhance your lifestyle.

Most hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder problems can be effectively treated through nonsurgical care. The physicians at the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center have extensive training and experience in evaluating and diagnosing these problems to determine the best treatment plan.

To make an appointment to see a specialist, call (317) 875-9105 or (800) 888-HAND.

 

Nonsurgical Treatment Options

 

Our expertise in nonsurgical treatment of the hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder includes:

 

  • Sprains, strains, and some fractures
  • Custom-designed and fabricated splints
  • Individualized strength-building, flexibility/range-of-motion programs
  • Wound care
  • Scar management and edema control
  • Individualized programs incorporating assistive devices
  • Individualized computer workstation ergonomic evaluations
  • Injury prevention programs
  • The Hand to Shoulder Therapy Center is central to our nonsurgical treatment and rehabilitation services.

 

Learn more about the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center Therapy Center.

 

CONTACT

8501 HARCOURT ROAD

INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46260

317-875-9105

800-888-HAND

M - F:  8am - 5pm

Saturday, early morning, and evening appointments available at Northside location.

 

Evening appointments available at the Southside location.

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Surgical Treatment of the Hand, Wrist, Elbow and Shoulder

 

Nicholas E. Crosby, M.D. of the Indiana Hand to Shoulder CenterSurgery is often the best option to effectively treat your hand, wrist, elbow, or shoulder problem. The surgeons at the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center have a wealth of knowledge and experience necessary to recommend and perform the appropriate surgery for each patient. In fact, our surgeons are innovators and recognized internationally for their surgical expertise.

As pioneers in orthopedic surgery, they have developed prosthetic devices, surgical techniques, and surgical instruments that are used around the world. They are trained and experienced in performing the most advanced techniques and using the latest technology. For example, new technology and techniques associated with joint replacement or reconstruction surgery can help patients recover more quickly from surgery and regain more of their normal function.

Our goal is to help our patients relieve their pain and regain function of their hand, wrist, elbow, or shoulder. We will always explore conservative treatment first and will consider surgery only if necessary.

 

Common Surgical Procedures We Perform

 

  • Joint replacement
  • Joint repair and reconstruction
  • Replantation of fingers, hands, and arms
  • Reconstruction of fingers and thumbs
  • Revascularization
  • Bone transplantation
  • Ilizarov bone lengthening
  • Free tissue and muscle transfers
  • Burn treatment
  • Nerve repair
  • Tendon/ligament reconstruction and repair
  • Compound fracture repair
  • Soft tissue repair and reconstruction
  • Cyst removal

 

Nonsurgical Treatment of the hand, wrist elbow and shoulder

 

Hand to Shoulder Therapy Center in IndianapolisBe assured that our medical team will always consider nonsurgical treatment first. It is only after your injury or disorder does not improve that we look at other options, including surgery. Our goal is to treat your problem in the least invasive manner in order to help relieve your pain and enhance your lifestyle.

Most hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder problems can be effectively treated through nonsurgical care. The physicians at the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center have extensive training and experience in evaluating and diagnosing these problems to determine the best treatment plan.

To make an appointment to see a specialist, call (317) 875-9105 or (800) 888-HAND.

 

Nonsurgical Treatment Options

 

Our expertise in nonsurgical treatment of the hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder includes:

 

  • Sprains, strains, and some fractures
  • Custom-designed and fabricated splints
  • Individualized strength-building, flexibility/range-of-motion programs
  • Wound care
  • Scar management and edema control
  • Individualized programs incorporating assistive devices
  • Individualized computer workstation ergonomic evaluations
  • Injury prevention programs
  • The Hand to Shoulder Therapy Center is central to our nonsurgical treatment and rehabilitation services.

 

Learn more about the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center Therapy Center.

 

Nicholas E. Crosby, M.D. of the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center

Hand to Shoulder Therapy Center in Indianapolis

Nicholas E. Crosby, M.D. of the Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center