Hand & Arm Injuries
From carpal tunnel syndrome to fractures of the elbow, finger, forearm and wrist, the UVA Hand Center treats any condition affecting your arm or upper extremity.
A Track Record with Hand Injuries
Last year, the UVA Hand Center had more than 12,000 patient visits — including sports-related injuries from athletes at UVA and James Madison University — and our doctors performed more than 2,000 surgeries.
You also benefit from a specialty-trained staff, including two orthopedic physician assistants, two nurse coordinators trained in hand and upper-extremity care, three full-time nurses, three specialized cast technicians and three occupational therapists.
An Overview of What We Treat
- Hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder trauma and fractures
- Upper-extremity tendon and nerve injuries
- Carpal tunnel and other nerve compression syndromes
- Hand, wrist and elbow arthritis
- Congenital hand differences
- Sports-related or work-related hand, wrist and elbow injuries
- Upper-extremity soft tissue and overuse injuries, vascular disorders, tumors and masses
Hand and Arm Conditions
Learn more about these hand conditions and how we treat them:
- Boutonniere deformity
- Boxer's fracture
- Colle's fracture(
- de Quervain's disease
- Elbow fracture
- Finger extensor tendon injury
- Finger flexor tendon injury
- Finger fracture
- Forearm fracture
- Medial epicondylitis
- Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
- Wrist fracture
Carpal tunnel syndrome? We help you find relief and functional freedom by collaborating with the experts at treating carpal tunnel at the .