Hand and Finger
If you have hand or finger pain, everyday tasks such as opening a door, holding a pen or tying a shoe can be a struggle. The hand and finger orthopedic specialists
at Salem Hospital, a member of Mass General Brigham, use a variety of non-surgical and surgical approaches to help eliminate pain and restore function. Non-surgical treatments, which may include injection therapy, medication and/or physical therapy, and can be highly effective. If surgery is needed, our team includes experts in minimally-invasive techniques that enable you to recover more quickly and early.
Find a Hand and Finger Surgeon
Patients who have hand and finger pain will be evaluated by a member of our orthopedic team and will receive a comprehensive evaluation of the hand, finger or arm injury. From the evaluation, our team will be able to diagnosis and discuss the best treatment options available. Options may include physical therapy, medication or surgery. Your physician will create a treatment plan that is tailored to your individual needs and will work with you to ensure that you return to daily activities as quickly and safely as possible.