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Wrist

When it comes to treating wrist injuries in Los Angeles residents know they can rely on the orthopedic specialists at Orthopedic Urgent Care. No referral is needed to receive top-quality wrist injury treatment, and in most cases our patients are in and out the door in less than 60 minutes. This makes us a highly desirable alternative to visiting the emergency room in an urgent/emergent situation or making an appointment with a family physician who doesn’t have the advanced training required to treat wrist injuries or complex wrist pain. Whether you just hurt yourself at CrossFit or you have a wrist problem that has bothered you for years, we’ll be glad to diagnose your ailment and provide you with the specialized treatment you need to get back on the road to full strength.

 

Wrist injuries have the tendency to interfere with an individual’s daily routine, and if left untreated they can have a significant impact on quality of life. That’s why it’s so important to seek wrist injury treatment immediately if discomfort is experienced. At Orthopedic Urgent Carewe’ll be able to rapidly diagnose the extent of your injury, determining if your wrist is broken, sprained, or strained, and fully explain the various treatments available to you. You won’t have to drive across town to a third-party specialist for a remedy, because our board-certified orthopedic doctors know what it takes to overcome wrist injuries of all types and severities.

 

Here are a few examples of the types of services that we offer

 

• Casting

• Stitching for lacerations

• Bracing for sprains and strains

• Carpal tunnel syndrome treatment

• Arthritis treatment

• On-site pharmaceuticals as directed

• Physical therapy

 

Wrist Conditions Treated

 

• Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

• Rheumatoid Arthritis

• Elbow Contusions v. Elbow Fractures: What’s the Difference?

• Sports Injuries

• Stress Fractures

• Tommy John Surgery

• Epicondylitis – Tennis Elbow

• Types of CrossFit Injuries and Treatments

• Jersey Finger

• Mallet Finger