Hand to Shoulder Fort Worth Blog

What is the typical patient experience for in-office procedures?

The Hand to Shoulder Center: Take 5 - What is the typical patient experience for in-office procedures? For patients experiencing issues with their upper extremities, such…

Posted by Kari Couret on May 20, 2022

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What types of procedures are appropriate for In Office?

Many hand surgery procedures such as carpal tunnel release, trigger finger release, tendon repair, and removal of…

Posted by Kari Couret on Apr 11, 2022

Latest Research: Value of In-Office Surgery for Hand Procedures

Latest Research Study Conducted By Tarleton State University and Dr. Nathan Lesley on Patient Benefit and Economic Value of In-Office Surgery for Hand Procedures.

Posted by Nathan Lesley on Apr 04, 2022

Carpal Tunnel

Fortunately, there are a variety of therapies available to alleviate the painful symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Depending on the severity of the swelling in…

Posted by Nathan Lesley on Apr 04, 2022

New Mommy Wrist

What is New Mommy Wrist? December 19, 2018 / John M. Erickson, MD Hand surgeon John M. Erickson, MD explains the phenomenon called mommy s…

Posted by Christopher Bates on Jun 29, 2021

ASK A DOCTOR: BROKEN FINGER

Dr. John Erickson explains when to visit a doctor for a broken finger. If you recently injured your finger and are wondering if it is broken,…

Posted by Christopher Bates on Apr 28, 2021

Shoulder Anatomy 101

Anatomy 101: The Rotator Cuff The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint. These muscles and tendons…

Posted by Christopher Bates on Apr 07, 2021

Come see us today!

We have updated our building photos to help you find your way. Our entrance is in the back of the building away from the street.…

Posted by Christopher Bates on Jan 31, 2021

10 Causes of Stiff Fingers from a Hand Surgeon

Stiff fingers can be very troublesome. Your hands and fingers are vital tools with which you interact with the world. Without normal use…

Posted by Christopher Bates on Nov 17, 2020

Is Knuckle Cracking Safe? Answers from an Orthopedic Hand Surgeon

Hand surgeon Omar Nazir, MD answers your questions about knuckle cracking. Crack! Pop! Snap! We are all familiar with the unique sounds that come from…

Posted by Christopher Bates on Nov 09, 2020

Hand to Shoulder team in the surgical suite

The Hand to Shoulder Center

At The Hand to Shoulder Center in Fort Worth, TX, our team of fellowship-trained hand, elbow, and shoulder surgeons treat any and all conditions from the shoulder to the fingertip. Our surgeons perform both elective and reconstructive procedures, including:

  • Joint Replacement
  • Traumatic Injury Surgery
  • Arthroscopic Surgery
  • Microsurgery
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery
  • Wide Awake Local Anesthesia Only Surgery

Our physicians are associated with the American Society for Surgery of the Hand and the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact us online or call (817) 420-9238.

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