Patient-Centered Hand Care Begins Here

The frequency with which we use our hands and wrists makes them prone to injuries, dislocations, and fractures. Since the hand consists of dozens of bones and joints as well as ligaments, tendons, muscles, nerves, and cartilage that work together to perform routine, everyday tasks, repetitive motions can lead to tendinitis, arthritis, or carpal tunnel syndrome, resulting in pain and discomfort.

Our hand experts at Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine are some of the most highly respected doctors in the region. With extensive education and training specifically in the hand and wrist, David Bear, MD, Kenneth P. Butters, MD, Heather A. Campion, MD, Jenna Godfrey, MD, MSPH, Michael C. Koester, MD, Lisa M. Pomranky, MD, and Jason D. Tavakolian, MD, are considered regional experts in assessing, diagnosing, and treating hand injuries and conditions.

Consult the Region’s Most Preferred Orthopedic Practice*

Since some hand injuries and conditions can be the result of overuse, rest and avoidance of repetitive motions may be successful in treating hand discomfort. However, if your hand pain persists or if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, it is recommended that you see a hand specialist:

  • Difficulty rotating your wrist
  • Elbow pain in addition to wrist and hand pain
  • Hand weakness
  • Knots or bumps under the skin of your palm
  • Tingling and numbness in your hand and wrist
  • Upper extremity pain that radiates down into your wrist and hand
  • Wrist issues or wrist pain that is affecting your hand and fingers
  • Your fingers bend in toward your palm and wrist

No matter what type of treatment option is recommended for you, our medical experts will thoroughly explain your condition or injury and the treatment options available to you and address any question you may have. 

To schedule an appointment with one of our hand specialists at Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine at our Eugene or RiverBend Pavilion location, please call (541) 743-4102 or request an appointment online.

*Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is preferred 4 to 1 over any other orthopedic practice in the region according to independent market research.